Father Protests Alleged Racism at Tantasqua

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📷 Two signs at the protest site read “Educate your kids on the issue of racism and bullying. Transferred to Quaboag, Racially targeted again at Saturday’s game by several Tantasqua students.” Biracial student allegedly called “monkey” by classmates By Sarah Champagne Citizen Chronicle Managing Editor Sarah@TheCitizenChronicle.com Update Oct. 18, 2018: Erin […]

Southbridge native to talk “Ghosts and Legends”

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Belanger to visit Warren library on Thursday By Helen Boyle Citizen Chronicle Writer WARREN — Have you ever had the chills go down your spine? Or seen something out of the corner of your eye only to look to find nothing there? Many stories have been written about ghost and […]

Evelyn M. (Brodeur) Phipps, 91

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WARREN — Evelyn M. (Brodeur) Phipps, 91, of Carl St., died Thursday, September 20 in the Quaboag Rehabilitation and Skilled Care Center. She leaves a step-son, Alan W. Phipps of Conway, NH; a step-daughter, Marcia M. Terry and her husband David A. Terry of Brookfield; three grandchildren, David A. Terry, Jr., […]

Mold to delay start of year for Quaboag Regional Middle/High School students

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Superintendent to hold meeting Wednesday By Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writer Shaun@TheCitizenChronicle.com WARREN — While elementary students will kick off a new school year as scheduled, secondary students will get at least two more days of summer due to mold at Quaboag Regional Middle/High School. On Saturday evening, Quaboag Regional […]

Jeannette F. (Roy) Crowley, 91

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WARREN — Jeannette F. (Roy) Crowley, 91, of Warren died on Tuesday, July 24, at Baystate Medical Center surrounded by her loving family. She leaves behind those she cherished most, her daughter, Cynthia L. Wright and her husband Seth of Warren; her son, William F. Crowley, Jr. and his wife Nara […]