Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition:
DECA is Out to Win
A successful business is a growing one. Just by that standard, Nashoba Regional High School DECA chapter (Distributive Education Clubs of America) is an unqualified smash. Since 2010, membership has exploded, along with members qualifying for state and national competitions.
Stow Entrepreneur Electrifies Bike World
Sometimes it just takes a really great idea….and extremely good instincts, personal determination and the support of enthusiastic financial backers. Stow native and 2009 Nashoba High School graduate Jeff Stefanis has all of that and more. He and business partner Amber Wason are about to hit the market in May with America’s newest and most unique electric bicycle, or e-bike; the initial product offered by Riide, a company he and Wason founded to change the face of urban commuting in the United States.
Flag Football Kicking Off
Not long after taking office, Nashoba Youth Football & Cheer’s new president, Dan Keough, recalled bumping into his Maynard counterpart, Tim Lawton, one day last spring before a Little League game. The latter was somewhat out of breath and reflecting the sort of in-a-rush quality one busy parent and coach can recognize in another. Given the time of year, Keough assumed Lawton had just come from another baseball diamond.
Nashoba Grad Dies on College Campus
Past Tense: Stone Lined Springs
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