Skip to content
THE GREATEST HITS, THE LATEST NEWS

Posts Tagged ‘THE LAKE 940’

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Open House For New Dudley Fire Station

The town of Dudley will officially dedicate the newly renovated and expanded fire station located at 128 West Main Street, on Saturday, October 19th with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house. Fire Chief Dean Kochanowski says, “We’re inviting everyone in town to come and tour our new facility.” The fire station upgrades started in 2017…

Read More

Sturbridge Police Searching For Car Stereo Shoplifter

Sturbridge Police are looking for help from the public to identify the suspect in the above photo. Police say the unidentified male was seen concealing 2 car stereos in a plastic tote container and exiting WalMart without paying on April 7th. The items were valued over $600, and any information on the man’s identity or…

Read More

Last Chance To Find Girl Scout Cookies In Webster Area

Hard to believe, but Girl Scout Cookie season is almost over!  If you haven’t been able to get your hands on Thin Mints, Samoas or Peanut Butter Patties (or just want a few more boxes), THE LAKE 940 has learned this weekend my be your last chance to do so.  Girls from Troop 64941 of…

Read More

FINAL: Bartlett 42 – Southbridge 0 [PHOTOS]

  With temperatures in the teens, and wind chills below zero on Thanksgiving morning, fans of Bartlett High School’s Indians and Southbridge High School’s Pioneers braved the cold to watch the 99th annual Thanksgiving Day football game.  Likely, the coldest Thanksgiving Day game ever between these 2 teams. As one fan, Abbi Poplawski posted, “Tradition…

Read More

9 Songs For Your Thanksgiving Soundtrack

It’s all about family, friends and football today.  Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at our house to everyone at your house! Webster’s Bartlett Indians will take on Southbridge’s Pioneers at 10:15.  Get the live sports score updates here.   Be sure to bundle up in several layers, as this is thought to be the coldest Thanksgiving in…

Read More

Local Businesses Offering Big Deals On Small Business Saturday

We’re all looking forward to Thanksgiving on Thursday, then the holiday shopping season will begin.  Most people know about Black Friday (where shoppers brave the malls and start buying gifts as early as midnight in some areas), and Cyber Monday (the busiest online shopping day of the year), but have you heard of Small Business Saturday?…

Read More

TALK OF THE COMMONWEALTH: Powerlifter Cody Giampa

By day, Cody Giampa is a High School teacher and Football coach, but at night he lifts on average 3 hours (per night) and competes as one of the top powerlifters around. Cody trains and lifts out of Mass Barbell in West Boylston and travels the world competing in powerlifting competitions… for fun. LISTEN TO…

Read More

TALK OF THE COMMONWEALTH: Jeff Hall from American Red Cross

On this week’s episode of Talk of the Commonwealth, Jeff Hall of the American Red Cross speaks with Hank Stolz about the cleanup efforts in Florida and the southeast in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. First responders are still making their way into the affected communities to assess the extent of damage.  More than 1,000…

Read More

ASK THE TOWN ADMINISTRATOR: Doug Willardson

This week’s episode of Get Your Local On was recorded live at the brand new Gladys E. Kelly Library in Webster.  Wondering what was discussed at this week’s Board of Selectmen meeting?  What’s going on at Town Hall?  Could a gas explosion like the one in Lawrence happen in Webster?  There’s an update on the…

Read More

Thompson Schools Announce Early Dismissal

FROM THE LAKE 940 STORM CENTER: Due to the heavy rains and afternoon forecast, Thompson Public Schools are letting students home early today, Tuesday, September 18th. The school’s website mentions flooding as a concern at one of the schools.  Thompson Middle and High Schools will be released at 1:30, the elementary schools at 2:30.  No…

Read More