By Ellen Oliver
The 9-0 Chieftains football season is still running strong after a 42-0 trounce of Hudson on Friday night, but all other Nashoba sports have entered the post season. Currently touting three league championships and one co-league title, the Chieftains look to extend their seasons. Here’s a look:
By Ann Needle
It is not often that someone comes along who is a true friend and a good writer. –
It seems trite to say 19-year-old Leah Tepper lost her battle with cancer last Thursday morning. As someone whose illness led to becoming an often-public advocate for those working to wipe away the disease, Leah also became the writer who left behind a lesson of how to weather the incomprehensible with determination, dry humor, and some artfully crafted prose.
By Ann Needle
As the country made some final decisions at the polls last night, the Nashoba School Committee took votes on some substantial issues of its own.
Committee Vice Chair Maureen Busch of Stow launched the meeting with a moment of silence for Stow’s Leah Tepper, 19, a graduate of Nashoba Regional High School, who passed away November 1 (see related story on homepage). Chair Nancy Federspiel of Bolton was absent, along with Stow Reps. Lynn Colletti and Jeff Odell.
By Lew Halprin
According to “Recollections of Stow” by Francis Warren, early in World War II, Rev. Howard Andrews of the Union Evangelical Church sent the church’s monthly newsletter to their parishioners in the service. It soon expanded to take in the Unitarian Church, and then the Gleasondale Methodist Church
Our deep condolences to the family and friends of 19-year-old Leah Tepper who passed away on Thursday from cancer. We’d come to know Leah through several articles written over the last year, most recently detailing Team Tepper’s fundraising efforts for cancer research in the Jimmy Fund Walk. Ann Needle shares more of Leah’s life on […]
Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine guilt or innocence until proven in court. Monday October 29, 2012 10:43-9:15pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT Several callers, throughout the storm, reported that trees and wires were down all around town. The Police, Fire, HL&P, and […]
Stow Rec Ski Registration Night The Stow Recreation Ski Program Registration Night is Wednesday, November 7th from 6:00 – 7:00pm at the Stow Town Hall. A representative from Nashoba Valley Ski Area will be at the registration to pre-fit children renting equipment. Please bring your child (ren) to registration for pre-fitting of equipment. If you […]