List of schools to close on Friday continues to grow

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Dudley-Charlton faces second COVID-19 scare this week Schools throughout the area are taking more aggressive steps to combat the coronavirus pandemic, with several cancelling classes on Friday. The Dudley-Charlton Regional School District (DCRSD), Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School, and Leicester Public Schools have joined other districts, such as […]

Shepherd Hill receives $327,255 skills grant

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Funds for Innovation Pathways Programming in Engineering and Manufacturing DUDLEY — Shepherd Hill Regional High School will be upgrading and enhancing its Innovation Pathways Programming in Engineering and Manufacturing through a large grant. Governor Charlie Baker announced on February 25 that $14.6 million in grants have been awarded to 54 […]

Dudley PD seeks public’s help in cold case from 1989

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Southbridge teen killed by motorist on Route 197 📸 Dudley Police Department photo of the area in which the unsolved vehicular homicide of July 1989 occurred. DUDLEY — Local law enforcement is soliciting the general public’s help in a 30-year-old cold case centered around a 19-year-old male from Southbridge who […]

Award-winning cartoonist to share work, lesson in Dudley

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Stromoski’s ‘Cartooning for Kids’ geared to ages 7-12 DUDLEY — A nationally syndicated and award-winning cartoonist and illustrator will be sharing tips and secrets of the trade in a free event geared to pre-teens later this month. Rick Stromoski’s work appears in national magazines, book publishing, licensing, newspaper syndication, children’s […]

Shepherd Hill presents ‘The Westing Game’ in January

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Drama Club to stage explosive ‘Whodunnit?’ production DUDLEY — The Shepherd Hill Regional High School Drama Club will be presenting “The Westing Game” on Friday, January 10, and Saturday, January 11, at 7 p.m. in the Connie Vanco Galli Auditorium. “The Westing Game” was adapted by Darian Lindle, from the […]