By Susan Spencer
Telegram & Gazette Staff
January 13, 2019
NORTHBRIDGE - A 73-year-old Whitinsville man has sued the owners of Whitinsville Retirement Home for $1 million in U.S. District Court in Worcester, claiming they violated his civil rights by illegally pressuring him to leave the home on the basis of disability and religion, among other actions.
By Shira Schoenberg | email@example.com
January 8, 2018
BOSTON — Housing. Legal services. Walking paths.
While these things are not typically thought of as health care, they do have a significant impact on people’s health.
By Sy Becker, WWLP-22 News
October 5, 2018
By Scott O'Connell, Telegram & Gazette Staff
October 5, 2018
WORCESTER – As the Worcester schools begin a new campaign to lower their suspension rates, a new report shows the district is an outlier in the state for its use of another mechanism for removing students from school.
The first recipient of Roger Williams University (RWU) Law’s new Opportunity Scholarship says she’ll use it to help change her world – bringing the power of the law to bear for the poor and disadvantaged, particularly in the field of education.
MassLive.com | Updated Sep 20; Posted Sep 20 | By Pam Mastriano
Community Legal Aid (CLA) is proud to announce that Weayonnoh Nelson-Davies, Managing Attorney of CLA’s Worcester office, has been selected for the Leadership Worcester Class of 2019. Chosen from a pool of 60 candidates, Ms.
On behalf of Community Legal Aid (CLA), Executive Director Jonathan Mannina made the following statement on the passing of the Honorable James F. Queenan:
Community Legal Aid (CLA) is pleased to acknowledge a generous three-year grant that it has received from the United Way of Hampshire County to address veterans’ civil legal needs. CLA will work closely with the Northampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center to improve the health of Hampshire County’s veterans and their families by tackling their unmet health-harming legal needs.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
April 5, 2018 | Posted at 6:00 AM
With uncertainty about how federal tax reform will impact Massachusetts, state lawmakers writing next year’s budget have an almost impossible task. They must align public spending with programs that not only improve lives, but yield a substantial return on investment, as well.