Sturbridge Rotary Club to host dinner dance fundraiser

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The Sturbridge Rotary Club is hosting a Dinner Dance on Friday, June 1 at the Cohasse Country Club in Southbridge from 6 to 10 p.m.  Proceeds from the Dinner Dance will benefit the Saint John Paul II Food Pantry located in Southbridge. Established in 1991, the Food Pantry provides emergency […]

Community Food Collaborative seeks volunteers to farm veggies

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STURBRIDGE — Looking for a fun, outdoor activity to do on an ‘as needed’ basis?  The Community Food Collaborative garden in Sturbridge is looking for volunteers to plant, weed and harvest organic vegetables.  All vegetables grown will be donated to the St. John Paul II Food Pantry to help feed those experiencing […]

State Police recover stolen SUV, large amount of cocaine

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STURBRIDGE — Massachusetts State Police recovered a stolen vehicle and a large amount of cocaine on Route 84 on Friday afternoon. Trooper Scott Shea was patrolling Route 84 East when, at approximately 1:40 p.m., he observed a gray Ford Explorer traveling in the center lane. According to a State Police […]

Sturbridge Farmers Market accepting vendor applications

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STURBRIDGE — There’s a new farmers market coming to town, and vendors interested in taking part may now submit applications. The Sturbridge Farmers Market is slated to be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays from June 24 through September 30. Though the market doesn’t open until late […]

Baseball: Shepherd Hill 14, Tantasqua 0

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Wilbur tosses three-hit shutout in shortened win over Warriors STURBRIDGE — Pat Wilbur worked five shutout innings and had ample run support as the Shepherd Hill Rams recorded a lopsided 14-0 mercy rule victory over the Tantasqua Warriors on Tuesday afternoon. Wilbur allowed just three hits, issued no walks, and […]