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In This Week’s Print Edition… April 10, 2013

| April 10, 2013

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Selectmen Notes

In a series of short discussions, the Board of Selectmen quickly moved through their agenda items at Tuesday  nights’ meeting. Town Administrator Bill Wrigley reported that the Capital Projects Oversight Committee is looking at ways to lessen the cost of the proposed fire station project and still deliver all that the town needs in fire response and emergency medical services…

Stow Landmark For Sale

You won’t see a For Sale sign as you drive past this iconic Stow property, but as of last week, the historic StowAway Inn on Great Road is on the market…

Spring Peepers and Summer Jobs

Now that the snow piles are (almost) gone, thoughts turn to getting outdoors. Local children and teens have some intriguing opportunities to enjoy the warm-weather season — and maybe even win a prize, or make some money…

ESBC Hits the Ground

The Elementary School Building Committee is discovering there’s nothing like melted snow to trigger and turn up issues around a building. Otherwise, with nothing spent from the budget since last month, the ESBC continues to play the waiting game until the project is totally complete…

Past Tense: The Famous People of Barton Road (Pt 1)

The Town of Stow recognizes two people (other than the Native American Indians) as the original settlers of the area we now call Stow: John Kettell, who settled in the area around Maple Street near the Bolton border; and Matthew Boon, who settled in the lower part of Stow off Barton Road near Lake Boon…

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Varsity Scoreboard

Community Photos

Destination Imagination

Obituaries

Classifieds

Puzzles

And more!

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