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Day: December 5, 2012

In this week’s issue…

Look for these articles and more in the December 5 print edition available to buy here or, better yet,subscribe for weekly home delivery   Priest Living at St. Isidore Suspended A priest residing at St. Isidore has been suspended from service due to allegations of “boundary violations with minors.” The charges have been launched against Father Luke Odor…

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The Independent Clause

Congratulations to the Chieftains football team for their second consecutive Superbowl win and back-to-back undefeated seasons! The game was held at Gillette Stadium and was televised, as well. We were going to go, but my son had another obligation and, after feeling the temperature outside, we wimped out. Ok, mostly I wimped out. And I…

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Schools Study Thefts and Technology

By Ann Needle

Thefts at Nashoba Regional High School topped the discussion at Tuesday night’s Nashoba School Committee meeting. The Committee also heard more about how the district is equipped to handle new technology, voting in a new policy on how students and staff can use their own technology in the classroom.

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Break-In Suspect Arrested in Maynard

By Nancy Arsenault

On Saturday, December 1, the Maynard Police Department arrested Robert M. Redfield, 21, of 113 Dawn Road, Maynard and Joseph W. Redfield, 26, of 135 Main Street, Apt #1, Maynard as the result of an ongoing investigation involving multiple motor vehicle breaks. Police are now looking for assistance in identifying some of the property recovered.
Joseph Redfield had been arrested by Stow Police in October after being seen breaking and entering into a parked car on Crescent Street. After his arraignment in Concord District Court at that time, he was held briefly and then released due to overcrowding in the Middlesex County jail in Cambridge. He and his brother are also suspected of other car and house breaks in Stow, according to Stow Police Detective Mike Sallese.

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Superbowl Win Caps 2nd Perfect Season

By Jordana Bieze Foster
The Nashoba Regional football players did their best to take one game at a time, one win at a time, because that was what got them through that first perfect season. But the dream of yet another Super Bowl victory to end a second consecutive 13-win season was always in the backs of their minds.

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Knitting Group at Randall Library Calling all knitters, past, present, and just beginning!  Join other Stow knitters twice a month for an hour of stitching and sharing.  We meet downstairs at the Randall Library from 7:00-8:00 PM on the first and third Wednesdays of the month.  Date for this month are Wednesday, December 5 and…

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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 26, 2012 7:55am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY A caller from Crescent Street reported that a man wearing a hooded sweatshirt and jeans walked up his driveway but turned away…

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