No structural damage to new high school in Worcester after fire


WORCESTER – A fire at a high school under construction in Worcester has caused no structural damage.

On Monday, thick black and flames were spotted on the roof of the new Doherty High School. Piles of highly flammable insulation caught fire.

On Thursday, school officials say it shouldn’t have a major impact on the cost or timeline of the school’s scheduled opening in January 2024.

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