Southbridge Town Councilor to resign

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Town Charter: No special election necessary SOUTHBRIDGE — With two years remaining in her term, Kristen Auclair announced she intends to resign from the Town Council later this month. Shortly before 5 p.m. on Sunday, December 9, Auclair took to her campaign’s Facebook page to make the announcement public, stating […]

Edward L. Cadarette, 66

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SOUTHBRIDGE — Edward L. Cadarette, 66, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 6, in the Southbridge Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, after a long illness. He leaves his three brothers, Hector “Gene” Cadarette of Southbridge, David Smith of Ellenburg Depot, N.Y., and Leo Boudreau of Florida; his two sisters, Wendy Bertrand of […]

Gateway goes retro with “It’s a Wonderful Life” radio play

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Local ensemble cast succeeds with rendition of classic By Katie Alicea-Tilton Citizen Chronicle Theatre Critic SOUTHBRIDGE — The Gateways Players Theatre Inc. are closing their 2018 season with a timeless classic from a different view: It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play. The holiday classic, written by Joe Landry, is […]

Laurette (Wunsch) LeCour, 56

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DUDLEY — Laurette C. (Wunsch) LeCour, age 56, died Wednesday, Oct. 24. She leaves two sons, Jean Paul Breault of Dudley and Robert Niewieka of Texas, her parents Edward F. Wunsch and Jeanne L. (Jeffrey) Wunsch of Webster, two brothers Edward R. Wunsch and his wife Pamela of Douglas, Randy Wunsch […]

Nichols grad students studying in The Netherlands

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Learning cultural awareness through immersion DUDLEY — Nichols College Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) students are in Maastricht, the Netherlands for six weeks, enrolled in three classes at The Maastricht School of Management (MSM). They will also visit the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, and The Hague, in the Netherlands, […]