Tantasqua team to fight for ‘High School Quiz Show’ wild card spot

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Local students to appear in WGBH show’s season premiere Photo credit: ©2019 WGBH/Elizabeth Friar STURBRIDGE — Local high school students will soon be squaring off with peers in a test of brainpower, and it will all be filmed for television. Tantasqua Regional High School will be sending a team to […]

Community Garden credits volunteers for success

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STURBRIDGE — In its second year of operation, the volunteer-driven Community Food Collaborative in Sturbridge gives full credit to its volunteers for the success of the garden.  All produce from the garden is organic and is donated to the Saint John Paul II Food Pantry located in Southbridge.  The Pantry […]

Paul E. Barnes, 66

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NORTH BROOKFIELD — Paul E. Barnes, 66, passed away on Friday, August 16, at University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester after battling a brief illness with his family by his side.  Paul was born on December 17, 1952 in Ware to the late Charles and Ethel (Orne) Barnes. He […]

Richard V. Tilton Jr., 73

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STURBRIDGE — Richard V. Tilton Jr., 73, of Sunset Drive, died Friday, July 19. His wife Darlene (Vickers) Tilton died April 5, 2017, and a son Steven Tilton on Oct. 19, 1997. He leaves a daughter Kelly Cox of Sturbridge, two sons Richard Tilton of Warren, and Eric Tilton of […]

Greater Worcester Community Foundation awards over $683K in scholarships

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Nearly 400 area students awarded funds for college education 📸 Quaboag Regional High School was among the area schools to award scholarship money from the Greater Worcester Community Foundation. Quaboag Superintendent Brett Kustigian photo. WORCESTER — Greater Worcester Community Foundation recently announced the awarding of over $683,000 in college scholarships […]