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Worcester braces for loss of trees

To combat beetles, thousands to be cut

Donna Massie, with trees to be cut down, found the Asian longhorned beetle in her backyard last summer. Donna Massie, with trees to be cut down, found the Asian longhorned beetle in her backyard last summer. (Globe Staff Photo / Michele McDonald)
By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / December 9, 2008

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WORCESTER - Ann Tivnan remembers going out as a young girl to help care for the maples planted in her neighborhood after a 1953 tornado left the city flattened, as if "a giant came through and stomped everything down." (Full article: 791 words)

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