Milling and paving projects upcoming in Sturbridge

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Roadwork projects outlined for first week of August STURBRIDGE — Local roadways will be worked on starting next week. The Town of Sturbridge is beginning its milling and paving program on Monday, August 3. According to a traffic advisory announcement from the Sturbridge Department of Public Works (DPW), “It will […]

Letter to the Editor: Dems ought to unite behind Morse

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Dear Editor: This tumultuous year has made us all rethink our priorities, and helped us to step back and examine what’s really working and what needs to change. Richie Neal, funded by big special interests, has been coasting on the status quo for too long and we now need a […]

Sturbridge Rotary Club recognizes CFC Garden creator

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Coan honored for efforts to help combat food insecurity 📸 Garden creator Joe Coan (left) with Rotary Past-District Governor Klaus Hachfeld. Courtesy photo. STURBRIDGE — The Community Food Collaborative (CFC) committee held its monthly meeting at the garden located behind the Town Hall in Sturbridge recently after the regular work […]

Oregon sex offender apprehended in Sturbridge

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Anonymous tipster led police to Palmer, who had violated parole 📸 Sturbridge Police Department photos STURBRIDGE — Police credit an anonymous tipster with leading them to a sex offender being sought by law enforcement in Oregon for violating parole. According to a press release issued by the Sturbridge Police Department, […]

Healy, Hougaard named TCC’s inaugural Teachers of the Year

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Parents, students showed tremendous appreciation for educators Few professions have a direct and meaningful impact on the lives of everyone to the level teachers do. There are many great teachers in the region, but according to respondents of The Citizen Chronicle‘s call for nominations for our inaugural Teacher of the […]