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 […]

Northbridge, Webster shutter schools

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COVID-19 precautionary closings expected to follow in other districts With six confirmed cases and 102 presumptive cases of COVID-19 in Massachusetts as of late Thursday afternoon, public schools in Northbridge and Webster have been closed in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Schools in both districts will […]

Whitin Mill workshops help build stronger, more inclusive communities

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Open Sky contracts with EmcArts to tackle complex social challenges NORTHBRIDGE — Open Sky Community Services is pleased to announce a partnership with EmcArts, a nationally recognized service organization and think tank which assists individuals, organizations and communities tackle their most complex social challenges. The outcome is a series of […]

Theresa A. (Maurice) Wright, 79

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WEBSTER — Theresa A. (Maurice) Wright, age 79, died Saturday, September 22 at the Harrington Memorial Hospital, Southbridge. She leaves her husband of 57 years, Richard W. Wright.  She also leaves her three daughters; Kelly and her husband Juan Saucedo of North Oxford, Mandy and her husband Nick Chomes of […]

Sports Roundup: April 13

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BASEBALL: Southbridge 5, Quaboag 14 BASEBALL: Oxford 11, Tahanto 5 BASEBALL: Shepherd Hill 1, Wachusett 8 Shepherd Hill fell to 0-3 with an 8-1 loss to Wachusett, now 2-0 on the young season. The Rams avoided the shutout with a seventh inning run.   SOFTBALL: Assabet Valley 3, Auburn 4 […]