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WORCESTER — In the days leading up to the 35th annual Pan-Mass Challenge on Saturday, signs are posted on local roads to ensure cyclists stay on course. Preparations are being made at the start in Sturbridge and the finish in Provincetown and at the various water stops along the way.
State police are stepping up enforcement along Interstates 94 and 90 in northern Indiana as part of an effort by 15 states to have no fatalities from Aug. 1-4 during what is being billed as the I-90/94 Challenge.
Wayne Reynolds, a leading Washington philanthropist, laid out an alternative plan in court hearings this week to save one of the nation's oldest museums and its college as a judge considers whether to break up the nearly 150-year-old Corcoran Gallery of Art.