Lecture to take audience ‘On the Trail of Bonnie and Clyde’

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Infamous Great Depression era bandits focus of Charlton event CHARLTON — Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow are names that may be familiar, but most people know very little, if anything, about America’s most infamous outlaw couple. The Charlton Public Library will be hosting historian and author Christopher Daley as he […]

Sen. Markey hits Sturbridge in re-election bid

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Incumbent challenged by Rep. Kennedy, Liss-Riordan STURBRIDGE — The Ed Markey for Senate campaign has completed a statewide, jam-packed tour of 25 cities and towns in 12 days, visiting thousands of residents — from Gloucester, to Pittsfield, to Randolph, to Sturbridge. The campaign has also now hired 21 local, full-time […]

Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary to host lecture series

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Events free but donations to local food pantry encouraged WALES — New England landscapes, New Jersey pine barrens, naked shrubs are among the topics to be delved into at the Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary over the next few months. Winter lectures at the Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary are offered on Saturdays at […]

Area’s ‘haunted history’ to be featured at Oxford Library

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Teacher and author Daley to lecture on January 30 OXFORD — With such deep-rooted history across New England, there is no wonder that there is no shortage of ghost tales and stories of things that go bump in the night. Many of these stories will be shared and discussed in […]