Area educators applauded in nominations for Teacher of the Year

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The Citizen Chronicle will announce two winners on Wednesday morning Last week, The Citizen Chronicle put out a call for locals to nominate teachers from across the area to be recognized as the Teacher of the Year. The response was strong and a great reminder of the impact teachers have […]

Southbridge has lost four lives to coronavirus

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More than 62,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases across Commonwealth SOUTHBRIDGE — The most recent data released by local and state officials show more than 3,500 individuals across Massachusetts have died as a result of COVID-19, including four locally. The Town of Southbridge confirmed through its daily update from its Emergency Operation […]

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 […]

Theresa V. Matasavage, 99

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NORTH BROOKFIELD — Theresa V. Matasavage, 99, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, August 20. She is predeceased by her husband Anthony Matasavage in 1984; two sisters Grace and Antoinette. She leaves her son Peter Matasavage & his wife Ruth of North Brookfield; a brother John Dente of Worcester; a sister […]

Paul E. Barnes, 66

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NORTH BROOKFIELD — Paul E. Barnes, 66, passed away on Friday, August 16, at University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester after battling a brief illness with his family by his side.  Paul was born on December 17, 1952 in Ware to the late Charles and Ethel (Orne) Barnes. He […]