In This Week’s Print Edition… May 29, 2013

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Black Bear Lurking in Stow 

While residents partook in backyard cookouts on Memorial Day, a 150lb, 6-ft tall female black bear, was getting her holiday dinner from a backyard bird feeder on Gates Lane. That was after an earlier walk through Arbor Glen before she crossed Hudson Road and headed into the woods. The same bear was spotted last Thursday night, ambling down Gleasondale Road, crossing onto Butternut Golf Course and onto the 18th hole…

Hale Baseball Looking for More Wins

The Hale Hawks baseball team is trying to tip over the .500 mark to end the year on an upswing. The team is 3-5, but Coach Jamie Tucker said his team could easily have won more of those games. “Only one game got out of control for us. All the others we were in until the end,” he said…

Harvard Course Reborn After Auction

Last January, the towns of Harvard and Ayer were notified that Shaker Hills Golf Club was being foreclosed upon by Middlesex Bank. The course, which had opened in 1991, owed nearly $100K in back taxes to the towns of Harvard where most of the course lies and to Ayer, where the clubhouse sits, and much more to the bank holding  its mortgage…

A Diamond in the Rough

The Stow Away Golf course on White Pond Road  is a step back in time to when the game of golf was played on natural terrain with fairways defined by a lawn mower rather than earth moving equipment…

Plus:

Memorial Day Ceremonies Photos

Past Tense:  Nails and Potash

Another Good One, Jim

Varsity Scoreboard

Community Photos

Classifieds

Puzzles

And more!

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