By Moises R. Cotto Meditation is a practice that has become increasingly popular among people of all backgrounds and spiritual beliefs. One individual who has come to know a lot about meditation and its benefits is […]
The latest installment of the New Worcester Spy’s VIG tackles the hot-button issue of the minimum wage. Want to know how an increase – or not – could affect YOU? Read on!
Early Voting For the first time, Massachusetts Election Law will allow voters to cast their ballots early from October 24, 2016 through November 4, 2016. Unlike Absentee Voting, an excuse or reason is no longer […]
By Fay Bcharah The third Massachusetts ballot question is getting the least discussion and recognition, yet it is still important to consider the repercussions of the vote. Voting yes on this question would prohibit the […]
By Nicholas Clark Despite Friday night’s flooding, Worcester county is still in the midst of a severe drought according to the National Integrated Drought Information System. According to the National Weather Service, Worcester received 4.1 […]
By Erin Doherty, Clotilde Donarumo, Kelsey Snodgrass, Michaela White The Issue in Worcester Worcester City officials, area politicians, and citizens are fed up and exhausted by school shootings, danger on the streets, and […]
By Alison Mello, Lindsey Hoggins Mental health is an overlooked issue in this Presidential election at a time when college campuses are overwhelmed by the student demand for treatment. The President of the Active Minds […]