Southbridge Town Council Candiates Debate Local Issues

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Ten candidates for town council and one unopposed candidate for School Committee presented their views to Southbridge voters at town hall May 31. The “round-robin” style event was co-organized by the Southbridge Republican and Democratic town committees. Bob Chernisky introduced the event by commenting on the cooperative activities of the […]

Lost and Found: Remembering the Tornado Seven Years Later

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Life seemed pretty ordinary in Central Massachusetts before the tornado of June 1, 2011 carved a destructive path through the area.  Pia Rogers, owner of Sturbridge Coffee House, and her family were visiting friends at B.T.’s Smokehouse when she received a call from her staff saying that a tornado was […]

Brimfield Police Warn of Aerosol Dangers

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As summer approaches, you may find it wise to carry insect repellent, sunscreen and other seasonal products. But if you use these or other products in aerosol form, special precautions are in order, according to the Brimfield Police Department, which recently responded to a vehicle explosion caused by a stored […]

Southbridge Memorial Day Parade Route and Observances

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The Citizen Chronicle would like to express gratitude and appreciation to those who have served in the United States armed forces. It is our honor to provide a detailed timeline of Memorial Day observances for the town of Southbridge.   The opening ceremony will be held at 8:30 a.m. Monday, […]