Nichols College Sophomore Leads the Way in Raising Awareness for Cancer Research

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Anderson feels a need to make a difference By Lorraine U. MartinelleSpecial to The Citizen Chronicle DUDLEY — When he embarked on his business education journey at Nichols College in August 2017, Nicholas Anderson knew he would thrive on this New England campus, bring a lot to the conference table, […]

CFC planting seeds of community garden expansion

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Group to host event welcoming, appreciating volunteers STURBRIDGE — The Community Food Collaborative (CFC) is celebrating the start of its second year and the current expansion of its community garden. The garden located behind the Sturbridge Town Hall produced 1,524 pounds of fresh, organic vegetables in its first year.  All […]

DA uses film to warn students about drugs, alcohol

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Bartlett High School students view “If They Had Known” WEBSTER — The movie “If They Had Known,” a powerful documentary about the death of a Massachusetts college student who mixed prescription drugs and alcohol, is being shown to students and parents of students at Bartlett High School by Worcester County […]

Gateway’s “Sylvia” a bone of comedic contention

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Show runs April 5-13 on Elm Street SOUTHBRIDGE — Gateway Players Theatre presents “Sylvia,” written by A. R. Gurney. Performance dates are April 5, 6, 12, 13 at 7:30 p.m. and April 14 at 2 p.m. All performances will be held at the Fellowship Hall of Elm Street Congregational Church, […]