Webster police pursuit ends in crash on I-395 in Connecticut

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Narcotics found in vehicle of driver with suspended license 📸 Webster Police Department photo WEBSTER — Police report a Dudley woman with a suspended license was injured when she fled police at nearly 100 miles per hour before crashing in Connecticut with narcotics in the vehicle. Kristen Wilson, 38, of […]

Charlton up to eight confirmed COVID-19 cases

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All municipal buildings to remain closed until at least May 4 📸 Moriarty Photography file photo for The Citizen Chronicle CHARLTON — There are now eight confirmed instances of positive COVID-19 tests among residents in this town as local leaders affirm municipal buildings will now remain closed until at at […]

First of thrice-annual Brimfield Flea Markets cancelled

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Selectmen: ‘unwise’ to allow ‘influx of thousands’ into town amid COVID-19 📸 Ryan Servant file photo for The Citizen Chronicle. BRIMFIELD — As the number of COVID-19 cases continue to rapidly climb, local officials have cancelled the May edition of what is billed as America’s oldest outdoor antiques flea market. […]

Douglas now has six confirmed COVID-19 cases

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Small town dealing with spread of global pandemic DOUGLAS — Six days after its first confirmed COVID-19 case, town officials announced there are now six confirmed cases, and they expect that number to continue to grow. According to a public notice posted on its Facebook page, the Douglas Police Department […]

Administration, educators pledge support for SEBRSD students

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Superintendent, teachers’ union issue joint statement SPENCER — The administration and local teachers’ union have reasserted their commitment to support students and families during the COVID-19 school closures, according to a joint statement released Monday. Spencer-East Brookfield Regional Superintendent of Schools Paul Haughey and Peter Bogren, president of the Spencer-East […]