Hitchcock Academy aids, connects child care services

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Caregivers Connect event set for August 21 📸 Hitchcock Academy courtesy photo BRIMFIELD — Any family with children needs reliable child care.  Hitchcock Academy hopes to fill that need with a unique “meet and greet” for parents and caregivers.  From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 21 Hitchcock will […]

Stop Abuse Today to hold public breakfast

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Nonprofit group advocates, educates on abuse and bullying HOLLAND — The general public is invited to the quarterly breakfast meeting for Stop Abuse Today, scheduled for Friday, September 20 at 9 a.m. The breakfast meeting will be held in the Holland Community Center, 40 Brimfield Road, and will include presentations […]

Charlton man receives Good News in form of car

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Gift of reliable transportation helps local man in need 📸 Robert Thibaudeau and his 2008 Toyota Matrix, a gift from an anonymous New Englander through the Good News Garage. CHARLTON — Imagine trying to live a productive life in Massachusetts without reliable transportation. It would be a struggle to say […]

Auditions announced for “A Murder is Announced”

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Classic British mystery hits Gateway stage in November SOUTHBRIDGE — Gateway Players Theatre will be holding auditions for “A Murder is Announced,” by Agatha Christie, adapted by Leslie Darbon, on August 25 and 27 at 6:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall of Elm Street Congregational Church, 61 Elm Street. The entrance […]

Southbridge Public Schools Announces School Leadership Teams

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Southbridge Public Schools is pleased to introduce school leadership teams for the 2019-2020 school year. In announcing the teams, Receiver/Superintendent Jeffrey Villar states, “Southbridge Public Schools remains focused on improving school culture and climate and implementing effective teaching strategies aligned with a rigorous curriculum.” He also adds, “We are excited […]