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 […]

Palmer has four confirmed COVID-19 cases

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Nearly 5,000 confirmed cases statewide as of Sunday evening 📷 Town of Palmer Facebook page photo PALMER — The Town of Seven Railroads has four confirmed coronavirus cases, town officials announced on Monday morning. Town Manager Ryan McNutt shared the news on the town’s website and Facebook page, informing residents […]