By Ellen Oliver
The wrestling team has a new leader as Coach Peter Connery joins the Chieftains on the mats, as well as in the classroom, teaching health and physical education at Nashoba. The team also has 32 kids, with two coming from a new cooperative agreement with Maynard High School, who join in with the wrestlers who already arrive from Clinton. “Wrestling changed a lot this year,” admitted Nashoba senior Joel Sharin. “I like the new coach and like the kids from Maynard, but things are definitely different.”
It will be a traditional production of the famed musical “Annie,” with colorful characters, lots of children, and a heart-warming story. But the Open Door Theater’s show on January 19 will feature a few changes that will mark this as a performance crafted for an non-traditional audience.
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 December 10, 2012 3:04am MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from Great Road requested an ambulance for a woman with a nosebleed. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. An ambulance transported the […]
Stow Lions Club Annual Christmas Tree Sale We are back at our usual spot in the Shopping Plaza at 115 Great Road (Route 117) Stow. And as always, we have a wide variety of sizes and shapes on hand. This year the cost for a (6’ to 8’) Balsam Fir tree is $40.00, and a […]
We join in sending our condolences to the people of Newtown, CT and all of the family and friends who lost loved ones last Friday. There’s not much that hasn’t already been said about the tragedy. It’s just a horrific event that we all have to process in our own way. For those […]
Look for these articles and more in the December 18 print edition available to buy here or, better yet, subscribe for weekly home delivery Seen & Heard Around Stow A compilation of news bits from around town, including a recent arrest, an upturn in building permits, signs of the times and building project updates. School Security in Nashoba Spotlight […]
Coffee. I love everything about it. The taste, the smell, the whole experience. And I’m not talking about the fake coffees- the mocha java coconut butter goldenrod spinach souffle gourmando supremo with three specks of nutmeg (NOT FOUR) and a splash of goat’s milk. I’m talking about real honest-to-goodness coffee from real coffee beans with […]