United Lens announces $15M renovation

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Tighe & Bond, Ironclad partner with local company 📸 Left to right, Southbridge Town Councilor David Adams, Southbridge Fire Chief Paul Normandin, United Lens Company CFO Bob Hulecki, United Lens Company Director of Engineering Max Lannon, United Lens Company Director of Sales & Marketing Tara King, United Lens Company COO […]

Audience enthralled in murder mystery at Covington Manor

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Gateway’s Butler guilty of an enjoyable whodunit By Katie Alicea-TiltonCitizen Chronicle Theatre Critic SOUTHBRIDGE —  The Gateway Players Theater kicked off its 44th season with a show filled with love, mystery and laughter.  A real nail biter that had everyone guessing all the way up until the end as to […]

Village Photo To Close, Owner to Retire

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By Sarah Champagne, Managing Editor As January comes to an end, a longstanding Southbridge business will close its doors. However, it won’t be closing due to the modern economic pressures of running a small business, competition from internet-based products or any other type of pressure that typically puts a strain […]

Haunting Photography of Justin Lawson Exhibited at Southbridge Library

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📷 The photography of Justin Lawson is displayed at Jacob Edwards Library for the month of January. Helen Boyle photo. “Many beautiful people have a disturbing sense of self-worth and through my art, they worked up the courage to try and crack through their walls of depressions, anxiety, and insecurities and […]

Ida (Gamache) Lafleur, 100

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SOUTHBRIDGE — Ida (Gamache) Lafleur, 100, died December 31, 2018, at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield. Her husband of 50 years, was the late Roland G. Lafleur, who died April 25, 1994. She leaves nieces and nephews, including Lorraine (Gamache) and Peter Robidoux of Vermont, and very dear friends Jesus and […]