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mike fulginiti- November 16, 2007 - Report this comment
I grew up in worc and have seen a steady decline into a boring nowher uninspired city that doesnt know what it is or where its going.A once vibrant city with family owned businesses and active neighborhoods to drugged out dangerous downtown area after 5 where descnt people are afraid to walk.Get rid of city officials with who have no vision,tear the city down andstart start a national lottery where creative peopl can make something real happen in that wasteland.
Debbie- August 26, 2008 - Report this comment
Could not agree more. I remember Denholms and the Christmas Lights at City Hall. I loved this city thay uses to be full of hardworking, family oriented people. I moved South and miss the old Worcester, now I am told its dangerous to even go downtown. Too sad the druggies took it over.
jim sadowski- February 07, 2009 - Report this comment
"Bigelow Monument" been there at the common a long time. Bigelow was a revolutionary war hero but went to jail after the war as a pauper (poor/no cash/debter). Interesting story if you dig into it. Wow going to jail for debt!!!
Robert gilfoy- August 08, 2010 - Report this comment
Mike and Debbie should return to downtown worcester.great moves forward with massachusetts school of Pharmacy moving in and expanding on north main street downtown,soon to be 3,000 new students living there,Hanover theater,refurbished and a complete gem for music and theater,Mechanics Hall 1850's concert hall boasts one of the near perfect sound auditoriums in the usa,Worcester Common has a new plaza at back of city hall with umbrella table seating,current music series on fridays,common has been enclosed with iron rail fences and eighteen nineties italian style city hall has been refubished with new windows,to match that era,phase one of city square to begin soon with a major tower building,hope you return,as Bob Dylan once said,"things have changed"
Betty Burkhardt- June 07, 2015 - Report this comment
I was born and raised in Worcester. I went to Oxford street school and Commerce High, and never thought that I would leave there, but I did in 1971 and moved back in 1973, only to leave again and move to Florida. I have many memories of Worcester, but things never remain the same. Old best friends have passed away and this once wonderful city is not so wonderful anymore. I have gone back several times to visit and leave feeling very sad.

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