Southbridge library to show Bullard photographs

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Retired teacher presents program for Black History Month 📷 Portrait of an unknown soldier at Greenhill Park about 1917.  The U.S. military was not integrated at this time. Image from the Bullard Collection courtesy of Frank Morrill.  SOUTHBRIDGE — The Jacob Edwards Library is pleased to host the part two of […]

Lecture to take audience ‘On the Trail of Bonnie and Clyde’

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Infamous Great Depression era bandits focus of Charlton event CHARLTON — Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow are names that may be familiar, but most people know very little, if anything, about America’s most infamous outlaw couple. The Charlton Public Library will be hosting historian and author Christopher Daley as he […]

Thousands cry “Huzzah!” for OSV’s Redcoats and Rebels

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📷 Shaun Moriarty photo: A reenactor fires his musket soon before the British retreated and surrendered in a battle on Freeman Farm at Old Sturbridge Village on Sunday. Region’s largest military reenactment held this weekend By Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writer Shaun@TheCitizenChronicle.com STURBRIDGE — Thousands of people this weekend turned back […]