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Rotary Club Awards Scholarships to Nashoba and Minuteman Graduates

Rotary Club Awards Scholarships to Nashoba and Minuteman Graduates

| July 2, 2019

The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2019 scholarships. The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley awarded a $2500 college scholarship to Bolton resident Colleen Pokorney, who graduated from Nashoba Regional High School and will be attending the University of Connecticut to pursue a degree in psychology. The Rotary […]

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A different perspective on problem solving

A different perspective on problem solving

| June 14, 2019

By Natasha Don For the second year in a row, Nashoba Regional High teachers Melissa Foley-Procko, Taryn Grigas, and Mary Marotta have implemented a project geared toward collaborative learning called the Design Thinking Challenge. “Whenever I ask kids what they most remember from the year, it was always when they did something; whether they did […]

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Nashoba Regional High School Graduation 2019

Nashoba Regional High School Graduation 2019

| June 14, 2019

Congratulations to the Nashoba Regional High School Class of 2019 on your graduation! Commencement was held on Sunday, June 9 at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass. All photos by Jonathan Daisy

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Change in newspaper delivery!

Change in newspaper delivery!

| January 9, 2019

MAIL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE NOTE: Due to a change in delivery times, the papers will be in THURSDAY’s mail. (The paper will still be published on Wednesday.) See this week’s edition for more information!

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XHale and relax in Stow

XHale and relax in Stow

| December 28, 2018

Published in The Stow and Bolton Independent on Dec. 12, 2018 By Natasha Don:Area residents can get excited to get relaxed with the recent opening of Xhale Massage & Relaxation. The new establishment on Gleasondale Rd. boasts various types of massage and yoga, along with other therapeutic treatments and classes. First-time business owners Jennifer Speredelozzi and Nicole Calvert […]

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Town Meeting to vote on marijuana in Stow… Sept. 26, 2018

Town Meeting to vote on marijuana in Stow… Sept. 26, 2018

| September 27, 2018

By Ann Needle Stow is gearing up for a Special Town Meeting this Monday, Oct. 1 that will help decide where and whether the state’s newly legal marijuana businesses can locate here. The STM has been slated for Oct. 1, given the town moratorium on the businesses ends Jan. 1, 2019. If passed at STM, […]

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Sustainable Stow invites new members… Aug. 22, 2018

Sustainable Stow invites new members… Aug. 22, 2018

| September 27, 2018

By Apara Borrowes Stow is a Green Community, and not just because of its wonderful forests. Stow was given the Green Community designation by the state’s Green Communities Program in 2015, for efforts toward making Stow a more energy-efficient, sustainable community. The Stow Energy Working Group, which sought the Green Communities status on behalf of […]

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Marijuana articles for Town Meeting warrant approved… Aug. 15, 2018

Marijuana articles for Town Meeting warrant approved… Aug. 15, 2018

| August 15, 2018

By Ann Needle Stow residents will be voting at the Oct. 1 Special Town Meeting on whether to ban retail marijuana businesses from locating here — and, if not, how to regulate them. At its Aug. 14 meeting, the Board of Selectmen unanimously approved 15 articles for the STM Warrant, all centered on regulating legalized […]

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NO PRINT EDITION AUG. 15, 2018

NO PRINT EDITION AUG. 15, 2018

| August 14, 2018

This week is an “online-only” edition; there will be no print paper.    There are plenty of stories and features on the website so feel free to look around!   NEXT WEEK, Aug. 22, is the BACK-TO-SCHOOL full distribution edition! Like it or not, the First Day of School is just around the corner! Be […]

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Stow report tackles climate change… Aug. 15, 2018

Stow report tackles climate change… Aug. 15, 2018

| August 14, 2018

By Ann Needle In what way could climate change impact Stow and how can the town mitigate those impacts? A standing-room-only crowd on Aug. 7 heard the results of a report with some answers to those questions, presented in a public listening session by Stow’s Planning Board and Conservation Commission. The 96-page Community Resilience Building […]

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