Stageloft to share “Seven Ways To Say I Love You”

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Showcase of short plays to run July 12 through July 21 STURBRIDGE — Stageloft Repertory Theater, 450A Main Street, Fiskdale, is pleased to announce its upcoming production of Seven Ways To Say I Love You, a collection of short plays by Adam Szymkowicz. Seven Ways To Say I Love You […]

Dozens displaced by three-alarm Easter morning fire

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Portion of Route 20 closed as crews battle blaze STURBRIDGE — A three-alarm fire broke out in a basement apartment on Easter Sunday morning, displacing dozens and temporarily closing a stretch of Route 20 to both east and westbound traffic. Sturbridge Fire Chief John Grasso said in a press release […]

Cappola returns to alma mater as member of Board of Advisors

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DUDLEY — Lee Cappola, of Fiskdale, has been appointed to the Nichols College Board of Advisors. He is chief information officer for the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. Cappola graduated from Nichols, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems, in 1992. With over 25 […]

Laughter and outrage a sign of the times in Stubridge … er, Sturbridge

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Homemade sign posted, later painted over, finally removed By Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writer Shaun@TheCitizenChronicle.com STURBRIDGE — Anger, name-calling, laughter, parody, and more. Emotions ran high and the entire spectrum over the last several days for members of a popular social media group as locals chided and chortled at a […]

Homemade sign draws ire and chuckles in Fiskdale

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Sign makes locals “look like hillbillies” Photos, story by Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writer Shaun@TheCitizenChronicle.com STURBRIDGE — A homemade sign affixed to a utility pole near the Fiskdale portion of town has stirred the passions of some while amusing others. The white wooden sign was nailed into a utility pole […]