Paul E. Bergin, Jr., 80

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CHARLTON — Paul E. Bergin, Jr., 80, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Wednesday, August 14, in his home after an illness. He leaves his wife, Beverly G. (Hunt) Dam Bergin; his two daughters, Gina Gray of Auburn and Cathy Tomlin and her husband George of Holden; his […]

Old Home Day award winners announced

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Annual event set for Labor Day weekend 📸 A young boy in the local Cub Scouts aboard a parade float looks back at the crowd during the 2018 Charlton Old Home Day festivities. Shaun Moriarty file photo. CHARLTON — A tradition that begin in the nineteenth century will continue this […]

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 […]

Charlton man leads courses at GMSTC

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MassBay celebrates 16 years as training center 📸 Richard McMahon of Charlton is an instructor at the Ashland Technology Center. ASHLAND — MassBay Community College is pleased to celebrate its 16th year as the General Motors Satellite Training Center for the Boston area in the northeast region. The design of the […]

Audrey (Kleiner) Sturdevant, 88

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AUBURN/CHARLTON — Audrey K. (Kleiner) Sturdevant, 88, of the Overlook Community in Charlton and formerly of Auburn died Thursday July 25.  She was born and raised in Wilkes-Barre, Penn., daughter of the late Robert G. and Elizabeth A. (Jenkins) Kleiner. She graduated from Coughlin High School, and in July of […]