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Papers will likely be delayed!

Oct. 27, 2021 I was so worried about losing power at home or having power out in Stow last night (where Ann was covering a ZOOM meeting for last night’s edition) before sending the paper to press…. I forgot to worry about the printer losing power (they are on the South Shore) and they did. […]

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Sept. 14 Select Board article corrections

We received the following corrections to the Sept. 14 Select Board article from Town Administrator Denise Dembkoski. “In the Select Board article, the section on page 5, it is not the Zoning Board of Appeals that may have an illuminated sign bylaw change for Town Meeting – it would be the EDIC (Economic Development and […]

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Gleasondale Bridge info session

*Due to a power outage impacting a majority of Stow, the following is the first part of the presentation, and will be followed up when the full recording of the session is available By Natasha Don On Sept. 1, representatives from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) hosted an info session/community forum via Zoom regarding […]

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Nashoba football geared up for season

By Michael James LeClair The Nashoba Regional football team is back on the gridiron and ready to pick up where it left off back in April. The Wolves, under second-year head coach Andy LeBlanc finished their abbreviated 2020 Fall 2 season with an undefeated 5-0 overall record. With COVID-19 restrictions last year, there was no […]

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Nashoba Boys Soccer readies for season

SusanShaye.com photos By Michael James LeClair The Nashoba Regional boys’ soccer team is back out on the pitch and is ready to tackle the 2021 fall campaign. Wolves head coach Matt Davison is back on the Nashoba sidelines for his fifth year at the helm of the program. On Thursday, Sept. 1, the Wolves welcomed neighboring Leominster […]

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Stow Police Traffic Safety Advisory Committee Invites Resident Feedback

Stow Police Department Announces Traffic Safety Advisory Committee, Invites Residents to Submit Feedback STOW — Chief Michael Sallese wishes to inform the community that a newly formed Traffic Safety Advisory Committee is seeking input from residents to help identify traffic issues and to find solutions. The committee will serve as an advisory group that can […]

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Agreement to Purchase North Course of Stow Acres Country Club

The proposed development and preservation plan for Stow Acres Country Club. (Photo courtesy Town of Stow) STOW — The Town of Stow is pleased to announce that it has reached a conceptual agreement with the owners of Stow Acres Country Club to purchase the 115-acre North Course, allowing the Town to shape protection and development […]

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Updated COVID-19 Numbers

Sept. 7, 2021 With the DELTA Variant of the COVID-19 virus causing a rise in case numbers, the following information, derived from the Mass. Department of Public Health and available on the Mass.gov website, gives an update as to where COVID case numbers stand in the communities of Bolton and Stow, along with the total number […]

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Lake Boon Water Carnival

A Carousel organ brought in to celebrate the weekend event / Photo Courtesy David Gray The Annual Lake Boon Water Carnival was held over Labor Day weekend, starting Friday evening Sept. 3 and running through Monday, Sept 6. Events included the Lighting of the Lake and Music Boat Friday night, beach games and contests on […]

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Assabet Co-op Market Announces Maynard Location

MAYNARD – A full-service, community-owned grocery store is coming to Maynard, and it will be the only store of its kind in Metro West Boston. Assabet Co-op Market plans to open its doors at 86 Powder Mill Road in 2022. The co-op is owned by almost 1,700 residents and counting who come from 40 local […]

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