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Day: November 21, 2012


Holiday Wreaths still available It’s not too late! All sizes are available, but quantities are limited. Please order online with your credit card at  You can also order your post-Holiday tree pickup & disposal online at the same time.  Thank you in advance for supporting local Boy Scout programs. 6th Annual Stow Gobbler 5K Run/Walk…

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Police Log

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 November 12, 2012 7:18am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY A caller from Warren Road reported that someone spray-painted her license plate.  The Police responded.  The incident was logged. 8:46am ARREST Vincenzo…

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Stow Residents Help in Wake of Sandy

By Ann Needle Compared with New York and New Jersey, Stow escaped the worst horrors of Hurricane Sandy.  As the New York/New Jersey shore areas still wrestle with unimaginable destruction, Stow residents have reached out to help. Here in Stow, Locally, Mark and Matthew Allaire have set up a yard sale to benefit the Red…

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Beaver Living Large at Pompo

By Ann Needle After last month, it’s easy to assume the recently fallen trees in front of the former Pompositticut School are the work of Hurricane Sandy. But the cut lines reveal some dents and edge not found on human saws. Yes, even as humans have vacated Pompo, beavers are snapping up prime real estate,…

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The Independent Clause

We wish all of you a Happy Thanksgiving. We are, as always, thankful for all or our loyal readers and appreciate your support throughout the year. I am personally thankful that I remembered to buy the turkey early enough that it will have time to defrost before Thursday. It’s the little things. We have a…

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Soccer Battles; XC XCels at States

By Ellen Oliver   Soccer When two undefeated titans enter the state soccer finals, only one can leave with their record intact. On Friday night, the Nashoba Chieftains girls’ soccer team (18-0-4) met the Franklin Panthers (21-0-1) at Worcester State University to determine who would be the Massachusetts Division 1 State Champion. The Panthers were…

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