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WWI soldiers to be honored via special presentation at Manchaug Mills

By Amy Palumbo-LeClaire

If we don’t remember the past, we are destined to repeat it, says Christine Watkins of Sutton, whose love for history and research has led the former CPA and current Historical Society secretary to advocate for the honor and remembrance of our nation’s soldiers. “The Centennial Anniversary of World War I, Local Soldiers who fought in the Great War” will take place on November 6 on 9 Main Street... Read More

Friends salute Alternatives’ Dennis Rice for a job well done

By Rod Lee

In considering the various ways they might pay tribute Dennis H. Rice as he moves on from his position as founder and executive director of Alternatives to “a new adventure,” colleagues decided an early-fall barbecue and reception seemed most fitting.

Indeed it was. As was the location.

With rainy skies having yielded just in time, some of Mr. Rice’s many associates and friends gathered on the outdoor plaza... Read More

Inclusion is aim of Uxbridge Cultural Fair

By Rod Lee

If enthusiasm counts for anything, organizers of the Uxbridge Cultural Fair may be well on their way to fostering a more tolerant atmosphere in town.

Cindy Scott, Marisol Azize, Erica Chick and their cohorts make up a group that is small in number but big in ambition. They launched the Uxbridge Cultural Fair with a pot-luck meal in the community house behind the Town Common last year as a reaction to some derogatory... Read More

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