Laid Back Competitive Baseball League Launches Season in Central Mass

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By Josh Rizkalla Citizen Chronicle Writer OXFORD — The Laid Back Competitive Baseball League held its opening day jamboree on June 13 at Horgan Field. The event featured the cheapest concession stand prices this side of Fenway, music and perhaps most importantly, twelve consecutive hours of baseball. Wanting to keep […]

Dudley Charlton District Chooses Interim Superintendent

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📸 Josh Rizkalla DUDLEY – The Dudley Charlton Regional School District school committee selected Kristine Nash to serve as Interim Superintendent at a meeting Wednesday, June 13, Nash beat out Allen W.Himmelberger and Edward M. Malvey to act as an interim superintendent. The interim position became available when superintendent Gregg […]

Southbridge elects four to Town Council

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Newcomers top the ballot, “Experience” falls short By Citizen Chronicle Writers editor@TheCitizenChronicle.com SOUTHBRIDGE — In a crowded field of contenders that included both familiar names and new faces, three of the four winners of Town Council seats are new to the town’s governing board. David Adams, John Daniel, and Kristen […]

Carrasco, Town of Southbridge Named in Lawsuit.

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SOUTHBRIDGE – A local resident has named the Town of Southbridge, town manager Ron San Angelo and town councilor Esteban Carrasco, Jr. in a lawsuit alleging that his civil rights were violated. Scott J. Gibeault is named as the plaintiff in a U.S. District Court case filed May 29. Gibeault […]

Increased Bear Sightings in Southern Worcester County

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SOUTHERN WORCESTER COUNTY- Residents have reported an unusual number of bear sightings at residential and public locations in recent weeks. Sturbridge residents have shared at least two sightings on social media; one bear was spotted near a Dunkin’ Donuts and another was seen in a residential area. Tuesday, June 5, […]