BREAKING NEWS: STORM UPDATE From Stow Public Safety.
is out working to restore power. Some isolated sections of Town could
be without power for several days. Stow residents can use a regional
shelter that has been set up at the Atlantic Union College gym, 105
George Hill Rd., Lancaster. Hale Middle School gym is open to residents
from noon until 7pm to use the showers and restrooms. The COA has a
warming center set up at the Town Building during business hours.
Non-potable and drinking water is available at the Police Department.
Roads are hazardous with downed trees and wires. Use caution. Halloween
has been postponed to an undetermined time to be announced later this
week. If you need help, call Stow Public Dispatch 978-897-4545. Please use 911 for emergencies only.
School is cancelled in the Nashoba District tomorrow, Tuesday, November 1.
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Nashoba at 50 Shows Strong Community -by Ann Needle and Ellen Oliver
Homecoming weekend kicked off Friday night, with plaid grunge from the 1990s and big ‘80s regalia. The fun of Nashoba Regional High School’s 50th anniversary celebration continued on a Saturday filled with sports for current and past Nashoba athletes, and plenty of activities for the children who will likely wear Nashoba’s signature green and gold someday.
COA Makes Holiday Shopping Pay- by Ann Needle
With November less than a week away, the December holiday crush is soon to follow. Before burning gas (and patience) with several trips to the mall for holiday shopping, shoppers may want to see what the Stow Council on Aging has in store. Between the COA’s Crafts Fair in two weeks, and its weekday Gift Shop, expect an impressive collection of gifts for all ages.
Chieftains Bring it Home Again - by Jordana Bieze Foster
Expectations ran high leading up to Nashoba Regional football team’s homecoming clash with Westboro on Friday evening, with five decades of alumni and ESPN Boston radio hosts alike buzzing about the undefeated, top-ranked Chieftains. And the home team did not disappoint, dispatching the Rangers 57-13.
Public Safety Log- by Kristen Kerouac
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