Milling and paving projects upcoming in Sturbridge

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Roadwork projects outlined for first week of August STURBRIDGE — Local roadways will be worked on starting next week. The Town of Sturbridge is beginning its milling and paving program on Monday, August 3. According to a traffic advisory announcement from the Sturbridge Department of Public Works (DPW), “It will […]

Alice (Hoy) Hunt, 86

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HOLLAND — Alice H. (Hoy) Hunt, born July 29, 1933, passed away August 22, and lived in Holland since 1955. Survived by her children Susan E. Keough and Robert T. Hunt of Holland and Betty-jean Hunt of Winchester NH, 8 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Surviving siblings: Alpheus Hoy Jr, John […]

Moses Goods, author of My Name is Opukahaia

“My Name is ʻŌpūkahaʻia” by Moses Goods is coming to Old Sturbridge Village

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STURBRIDGE/HONOLULU – Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives is pleased to announce a special Bicentennial Hawaiian cultural and history theater program on tour in New England between Sept. 29 and Oct. 23, 2019. The play “My Name is ʻŌpūkahaʻia” will be on a month-long tour of museums, churches, and […]

Barbara (Montville) Boudreau, 87

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SOUTHBRIDGE —  Barbara M. Boudreau, 87 of Chapin Street, passed from this world into the arms of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on July 22. She was surrounded by the love of family and friends, who compassionately cared for her in her final weeks. She leaves her daughter Cheryl […]

Dads celebrate Baseball, Brews & BBQ at OSV

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Father’s Day event ties America’s pastimes of yesterday and today By Nate HilliCitizen Chronicle Writer 📸 Old Sturbridge Village photos from the Baseball, Brews & BBQ Festival. STURBRIDGE — Everybody knows that baseball, cold beer and sizzling tangy barbeque are the greatest parts of summer, but a rare question is […]