BBQ Chicken on (Home) Plate for Warren Baseball/Softball

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Third annual fundraiser set for June 8 at St. Stan’s Polish Club WARREN — When one thinks of baseball foods, hot dogs and Cracker Jacks are probably the first to come to mind, but many locals will be chowing on chicken to support their town’s kids. The Warren Baseball/Softball Association […]

Melissa (Bauman) St. Martin, 52

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WARREN — Melissa R. (Bauman) St. Martin, 52, of Warren died on Monday, December 31, 2018 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She leaves her husband, William St. Martin; her mother, Yvonne (Fitzback) Bauman; her daughter, Victoria Stendrup of Brookfield; a brother, Daniel Bauman of Holland and his […]

Irene (Portier) Kennan, 91

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BROOKFIELD — Irene C. (Portier) Kennan, age 91, passed away at home, Thursday, January 3, 2019. She was the wife of the late Harry L. Kennan who died in 1997.  She leaves a son Dana Keenan of Warren; she had two sons that predeceased her, Gary Kennan of Charlton, and Karl […]

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 […]