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Vote Early with New Election Perk…Oct. 12, 2016

| October 14, 2016

By Ann Needle
Until now, the advice to “vote early and often” was simply a political wisecrack. Now, the state makes that adage a lot less of a pun with its new early voting system. In Stow, that means voters can cast their ballots for the Nov. 8 election as early as Oct. 24. The early voting option closes on Nov. 4.

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Minuteman Building On Budget…Sept. 28, 2016

| October 3, 2016

By Ann Needle
The Minuteman High School Building Committee held its first meeting since its district-wide election on Sept. 20 voted to approve borrowing to fund a new vocational high school. Though the battle to gain approval for the $145 million project went on for several years, the Building Committee was told not to expect more roadblocks to a new school.

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The Big Fix for Nashoba’s Summer…Sept. 21, 2016

| September 27, 2016

By Ann Needle
The Nashoba School Committee launched a new year at its Sept. 14 meeting by focusing on some outstanding issues from last spring. The primary focus was a review of the progress on fixing some major facilities problems that came up unexpectedly near the end of the 2015/2016 school year.

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Nashoba Answers Library Concerns…Sept. 14, 2016

| September 19, 2016

By Ann Needle
Nashoba Regional High School’s recent move to help alleviate a space crunch triggered a Stow parent to question whether the school made the right decision. But NRHS administration countered that the solution is making for a better academic environment for those looking for a quiet place to study.

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Last Stop for Minuteman Project…Sept. 7, 2016

| September 12, 2016

By Ann Needle
Minuteman High School soon faces its final chance to land major state money to build a new school. While it appears that Stow’s regional vocational high school has a good chance of winning those funds, it has been a long road with lots of twists, meaning nothing is guaranteed.

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Stow Schools Ready to Go…August 24, 2016

| August 26, 2016

By Ann Needle
A new school year is always a fresh start, but some years offer more challenges than others. This year, even as the Nashoba District absorbs a new administration, students can expect mostly familiar surroundings and faces in the classrooms.

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OBITUARY: William Clack, 56

OBITUARY: William Clack, 56

| August 16, 2016

OBITUARY: William Clack, 56, of Stow William Clack, a Stow resident for many years, died unexpectedly at age 56 in his home August 10. The cause of death was heart disease. Mr. Clack, who was born in Pittsburgh, grew up in the nearby suburb of Glenshaw, PA. He attended Shady Side Academy, and he graduated […]

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TOWN ANNOUNCEMENTS: Water Conservation and Voter Registration Deadline… Aug. 17, 2016

TOWN ANNOUNCEMENTS: Water Conservation and Voter Registration Deadline… Aug. 17, 2016

| August 16, 2016

Important information regarding water conservation from the Stow Board of Health It is important to remember that we are in the 2nd year of a continuing drought and there is no sign that there is any relief in sight.  Anything each of us can do to help conserve water and lower water usage is critical […]

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The ESBC is (Finally) Done… Aug. 17, 2016

The ESBC is (Finally) Done… Aug. 17, 2016

| August 16, 2016

By Ann Needle
As of Aug. 15, the Elementary School Building Committee officially disbanded, leaving behind a refurbished Center School planned and built over two decades — and millions of dollars under budget.

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Nashoba Valley Winery in Fight to Keep Licenses…July 20, 2016

| July 25, 2016

By Shauna Neidigh
Nashoba Valley Winery is at risk of losing its pouring or farming licenses and continuing to operate as it has for the past 16 years if an amendment is not passed by the state senate by the end of this month.

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