Fundraiser planned for area therapeutic school

Published on :

Summit Academy Makes a Difference for Families WEBSTER — Three years ago, John and Cheryl Divito were desperately trying to figure out how to help their son, Matt. He had been diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome, and was struggling in public school. “Prior to coming to Summit Academy [the public school […]

Judas Priest brings Firepower to Worcester Palladium

Published on :

“The Priest is back!” Photos & Review by Jeff MacRae Citizen Chronicle Contributor WORCESTER — The Metal Gods are at it once again and they made  a stop at the Palladium for a sold out show on Friday, March 23. Judas Priest is out touring in support of their 18th album, […]

Boys Basketball: Shepherd Hill 53, Marlborough 47

Published on :

WORCESTER — The Shepherd Hill Rams trailed by 18 at halftime, but managed to rebound and pull off a stunning comeback to win the Division 2 District Tournament title game. The second-seeded Rams upset the top-seeded Marlborough Panthers, 53-47, in the championship matchup at Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Harrington Auditorium on […]

District Hockey Tournament: Auburn, Worcester skate to victory

Published on :

AUBURN — The third-seeded Rockets shut out the sixth-seeded Westborough Rangers in a 3-0 win on Wednesday evening. Auburn will take on the second-seeded Algonquin Tomahawks on Tuesday, March 6, at 5 p.m. in the Division III semi-finals. The third-seeded Worcester hockey team picked up a 4-3 victory over Fitchburg […]