Street newspaper comes to Worcester

posted by Mike on October 7th, 2010

The first copies of Spare Change: Worcester Edition were dropped off this morning at the Network Center by David Jefferson, Executive Director out of the Cambridge office.

David Jefferson and Bob Flanagan, Worcester Manager

I was happily surprised to see that the Worcester Edition contains Worcester content! In this issue, Bob Flanagan, the Worcester Manager, introduces the paper, while Dave McMahon, Claire Schaeffer-Duffy, and Arnold Hamm share their perspectives on homelessness in the city.

Carlos Cruz is ready to sell some papers.

There are a few vendors lined up to sell Spare Change on the street. The cover price is $1; the vendor keeps 75 cents of this, and pays 25 cents for the paper. (Obviously, tips are OK, too.) If you know where and when a vendor has been operating, please share in the comments below.



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  1. On October 14, 2010 at 12:16 Nicole said:

    This makes me really excited. I was a regular reader when I worked in Boston.

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