The latest news via the City of Worcester Facebook Page.
- Spring has sprung and that means bears and other critters will be coming out to explore. For some helpful safety tips on what to do if you spot a bear, check out this link from our friends at Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife : - View Link - Fri 04/28/2017 02:57 PM
- City Manager Augustus on Friday helped congratulate the members of the Burncoat High School Class of 2017 for all their accomplishments. These seniors are off to Worcester State University, Quinsigamond Community College, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Becker College, College of the Holy Cross, Harvard, Penn, UMass, to serve in the Marine Corps and to other schools across the nation. Congratulations to all! - View Photo - Fri 04/28/2017 01:56 PM
- Happy early Arbor Day! - View Link - Thu 04/27/2017 09:23 AM
- "We literally could not run city government without their help."
Mayor Petty, Councilors Rosen, Bergman and Gaffney, and City Manager Augustus tonight thanked some of the 300-plus volunteers who work at the Worcester Public Library, Worcester Senior Center, parks, and across the city to help keep Worcester moving. - View Photo - Tue 04/25/2017 06:32 PM
- This week at City Hall we are flying the Armenian flag in honor of #ArmenianGenocide Remembrance Day. - View Video - Tue 04/25/2017 12:58 PM
- Last year, Keep Worcester Clean crews cleaned 3,302 sites of 652 TONS of trash! What are you doing to help keep Worcester clean? #EarthDay - View Photo - Fri 04/21/2017 02:48 PM
- Keep Worcester Clean (KWC) is a coordinated city-wide effort by multiple partners who work year-round cleaning litter and other debris such as graffiti, abandoned vehicles, and more, from the streets and sidewalks.
But they can't do it alone - residents who respect and value their community are the heart of the program. We must all work together to keep our city clean. Click below to learn more about the program and ways you can help! - View Link - Fri 04/21/2017 10:17 AM