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Central Mass Man Helps Save Friend After He Fell While Rock Climbing In NH
A 24-year-old Worcester County rock climber was able to help save his friend's life on Sunday, May 28, after his fellow climber slipped and fell nearly 50 feet on a rock face in New Hampshire, authorities said.
Peter Kittredge, 24, of Whitinsville, was climbing Cathedral Ledge in the Barber Wall area with Matthew Allen, 24, of New York, when Allen fell. His safety gear failed and he ended up tumbling five stories, New Hampshire Fish and Game Law Enforcement said.
Allen banged against the rock face on his way down and suffered serious but non-life-threatening injur…
Fire Destroys Home, Kills Pets: Central Mass Family Asks For Help Rebuilding Their Lives
A Uxbridge woman hopes the public will help her rebuild after her family lost everything in a fire on Monday, May 29.
Brianna Watson created a GoFundMe to help replace some of the items lost in the fire, including nearly all of the toys and things that belonged to her three young boys — ages 6, 4, and 1, according to her fundraiser.
So far, the campaign has raised just over $12,000 of its $20,000 goal from more than 150 donors.
Luckily, the family wasn't home when the fire started, she wrote.
Unfortunately, the Watsons lost their beloved Saint Bernard dog Sloane, two cat…
5,000 Flags Left On Veteran's Graves In Worcester Cemetery Ahead Of Memorial Day
More than 150 volunteers paid tribute to American heroes by leaving 5,000 flags on veterans' graves at St. John's Cemetery in Worcester on Wednesday, May 24, in preparation for Veteran's Day on Monday.
Volunteers included members of the Worcester County Sheriff's Office, Civil Air Patrol, Blue Star Mothers of America, Worcester County Reserve Deputy Sheriff’s Association, East Side Post 201 American Legion, and Main South Post 341.
Unbelievable display of PATRIOTISM today at St John's Cemetery. 🇺🇸Over 150 volunteers from the WCRDSA, WCSO, East Side Post 201, Bl…