Day: January 23, 2013

In this Week’s Print Edition Jan. 23, 2013

Energy Efficiency at Selectmen’s By Nancy Arsenault At Tuesday night’s Selectmen’s meeting,  the Board approved moving forward with an energy efficiency audit of the Town Building and the Stow Police Station. Arnie Epstein of the Stow Energy Working Group informed the Board that Hudson Light & Power has recently increased incentives that make looking at […]

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The Independent Clause

You might say this issue is going to the dogs… yes, I am incredibly funny tonight, thank you. But we do have two dog stories, although other than being about dogs, they’re quite different. One is about a lost- and then found- dog from White Pond Rd. The owners were very grateful to the many […]

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Calendar

Upcoming Events at Randall Library Saturday, January 26, 2012, 10:30am- Ed Morgan “The Music Man” Performance-Come enjoy an interactive sing-along for children ages 1 to 99 at the Randall Library in Stow with Ed Morgan “The Music Man”. Learn new ways to connect with your family through songs. This family friendly performance will have everyone […]

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Public Safety 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 January 14, 2013 2:00pm ANIMAL A caller from Barton Road reported that he found a dog without tags.  The Animal Control Officer was notified. 2:04pm WELL BEING […]

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Make Tracks to Rail Trail Flatbread Co.

By Ellen Oliver

Just opened in Hudson, the Rail Trail Flatbread Co. may be the place to find your friends and neighbors. Situated on Main Street, RTFB appears to be the place to be, so be prepared for a wait along with good food. We went on a Friday night about 7:30 pm and had to wait about 30 minutes for a table.

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Town Forest Overrun with Dogs

By Nancy Arsenault

The Conservation Commission recently heard a report from Animal Control Officer Susan Latham that suggests the Town Forest conservation area off Bradley Lane is becoming so overrun with loose dogs and professional dog walkers that it may be time to consider more stringent rules for this property.

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Boys’ Hoops Creating Winning Legacy

By Ellen Oliver
The Nashoba boys’ basketball team is 8-5 after a battle with Hudson at home on Friday night. The first half was all Nashoba as the Chieftains wiggled out of a back and forth tie to pull ahead 38-28 at the half. The second half looked to be also going Nashoba’s way, until Hudson rallied to bring the score within four points in the closing minutes. Fighting off a suddenly hot Hawk team, Nashoba held on to earn the 82-76 win.

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