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Boy Scouts of America holds breakfast for scouting

By  Amy Palumbo-LeClaire

On Wednesday, March 22, the Mohegan Council Boy Scouts of America, along with the support of numerous sponsors and council members, filled their plates for a hot breakfast at the Hogan Center of The College of the Holy Cross, while promoting their mission “to prepare the youth of central Massachusetts for leadership by delivering fun and effective experiences through the Scouting program.” 

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At Long Subaru, a love for patrons—and pets

By Rod Lee

The story of Long Auto Group and Long Subaru is not just one of a transformation from “shoe sales to tire treads” by the company founded by Richard H. Long in 1927.

In this, Long Auto Group’s 90th-anniverary year, it is also one of a dedication to community, as reflected in Webster-based Long Subaru’s support of such local causes as the Webster-Dudley Boys & Girls Club, the Webster-Dudley Food Share and the... Read More

A Parrot Once Helped Solve a Triple Murder

By Thomas D’Agostino

Halifax, Massachusetts, in the late 19th century was a close-knit little community of about 600 people. One journalist in the 1870s referred to the town as such, “no lawyers and none needed.” This would change, however, when on February 15, 1874, a gruesome triple murder took place in the Sturtevant home.

The two elderly brothers, Simeon... Read More

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