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After a busy 2012, it was perhaps fitting that the Stow Selectmen closed out the year with a 3-hour meeting last night.
The most contested item of the evening involved the hearing for Hudson Light & Power’s proposed placement of several poles and lines to help support the planned solar field at the former Teradyne location on Delaney St.
As the year ends, the promise of a totally finished Center School project gets closer. And, as of Monday night’s Elementary School Building Committee meeting, it appears that the prospect of a budget surplus is growing.
For bakers looking to whip up holiday treats with fresh, local and natural ingredients, the options are few, especially for specialty items. That’s what Meagan MacNeill thought, until she decided to produce her own extracts – vanilla, anise and lemon – and from that, Nashoba Valley Extracts was born.
NRHS Endowment Fund
Past Tense: The Spin on Dreidels
Breakfast with Santa and Cookie Swap Photos