Dexter-Russell Celebrates Bicentennial With Fundraising Events

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SOUTHBRIDGE – Professional cutlery manufacturer Dexter-Russell, Inc.celebrated its 200th Anniversary in continuous business Saturday, June 16, with a “Dexter Day” event at its facility, followed by a Celebration Fundraising Dinner at the Oliver Wight Tavern, Old Sturbridge Village. DEXTER DAY Dexter Day was a full daytime event with over 600 […]

College Professor, U.S. District Court Judge Weigh In On Immigration

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Neagle: U.S. celebrates immigrant past, rejects present By Sarah Champagne & Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writers editor@TheCitizenChronicle.com Not unlike the recent weather locally, the immigration debate has reached a sweltering point nationally. Recently, that debate was commented on by a local college professor as well as a United States District […]

Old Sturbridge Village hosts Independence Day Naturalization Ceremony

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People from 51 countries officially in the melting pot By Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writer Shaun@TheCitizenChronicle.com STURBRIDGE — For 152 individuals from 51 different countries, this country’s 242nd birthday became their first Independence Day as citizens of the United States of America. Old Sturbridge Village hosted one of 27 naturalization […]

Maple Days are a New England tradition

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From sugaring off to pancakes dressed in syrup Photos & Article By Ryan Servant Citizen Chronicle Writer ryan@TheCitizenChronicle.com As winter comes to an end and the weather starts to get a bit warmer that can only mean one thing here in New England, Maple Syrup.   One of the local […]