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 […]

Sturbridge Police Lieutenant Graduates from FBI National Academy

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STURBRIDGE — A local police lieutenant achieved a significant national accomplishment earlier this month. Lt. Earl Dessert was among 232 law enforcement officers who graduated from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia on June 8. The 272nd session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from […]

Baseball: Framingham 12, Sturbridge 2

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Framingham’s Mescall keeps Sturbridge bats quiet STURBRIDGE — Joe Mescall and Jarred Marifiote led Post 74 of Framingham to a 12-2 win over Post 109 of Sturbridge in an American Legion baseball game at Tantasqua Regional High School on Sunday. Framingham jumped out to a six-run lead in the top […]

Sturbridge to host Framingham in early season contest

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STURBRIDGE — After a pair of one-run losses to open the American Legion baseball season, Sturbridge’s Post 109 vies to get into the win column on Sunday morning. Sturbridge will host Framingham’s Post 74 at Tantasqua Regional High School in an 11 a.m. tilt. Post 109 is 0-2 on the […]