Trust the Torch!

Jim Zoia of Zoia Monuments in Woodstock steadies a memorial marker as his son, Tony, lowers the stone and Ray Guzman reaches for a broom to clean the base. The men put the monument in place May 8 in Oakland Cemetery before a dedication ceremony this coming weekend to mark the graves of children buried there a century ago.

About a century late, Woodstock will do right by 48 almost-forgotten children who are buried in Oakland Cemetery. Those children are buried in an open plot that, until last week, […]

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