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 […]

Oxford’s COVID-19 count increased to 10 confirmed

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Callahan warns of anticipated surge in confirmed cases OXFORD — Local officials are preparing for an expected surge in the spread of the coronavirus as two more residents have received positive tests for COVID-19. There are now 10 Oxford residents who have been confirmed positive for COVID-19, according to a […]

Ryan Curran Guertin, 39

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OXFORD – Ryan Curran Guertin, 39, died Monday, August 19, at home.  He is survived by his parents, Theodore H. Guertin and Patti (Curran) Guertin of Oxford; his brother, Patrick Guertin and his longtime girlfriend Brittany A. Otto of Connecticut; his sister, Caitlin Guertin of Webster; his maternal grandmother, Julia […]

Thomas R. Stevens, 26

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OXFORD — Thomas R. Stevens, 26, of North Oxford passed away in his home on Wednesday, July 17. Thomas was born in Worcester on January 15, 1993, and is survived by his parents, Ronald C. and Mary A. (Beaudette) Stevens of North Oxford; his paternal grandmother, Joan Stevens of North […]

Kathleen (Ryan) Fournier, 74

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SOUTHBRIDGE — Kathleen S. (Ryan) Fournier, 74, formerly of Lebanon Street, passed away on Monday, July 8, in the Southbridge Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, after an illness. Her husband, George P. Fournier, passed away last year.  She leaves her brother, Dr. Peter C. Ryan and his fiancé Elizabeth Lynaugh of […]