Daou, Steeves, Ryan win Town Council seats

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Clemence falls short in bid to return 📸 Joseph Daou, at left, received the most votes in the Town of Southbridge’s Town Council race. SOUTHBRIDGE — A five-person race for three at large seats was narrowly decided at the polls today, with the second through fourth place finishes separated by […]

Sturbridge election postponed due to COVID-19

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New election date still to be determined 📸 Screenshot of Sturbridge Board of Selectmen video conference meeting of April 6, 2020. STURBRIDGE — Local elections have been postponed due to COVID-19, with selectmen planning to discuss new potential dates at their next meeting. The town election had been scheduled for […]

2020 Primaries: How your neighbors voted

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Biden, Trump winners throughout area Across the region, voters came out to show their preferences for who should be the standard-bearer for their political parties when America votes for President of the United States in November. For Republicans, the incumbent performed as expected with an overwhelming victory. For Democrats, with […]

Southbridge Democratic Town Committee Announces Annual Caucus

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PUBLIC Announcement: The Southbridge Democratic Town Committee will be holding their annual caucus to elect their delegates to the State Convention at 11am on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at Jacob Edwards Library 236 Main Street, Southbridge.  We will be electing Seven (7) delegates and Four (4) Alternates. The caucus is […]

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 […]