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In This Week’s Print Edition… June 19, 2013

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Group Found Trespassing at Reservoir

Six Russian citizens and one Russian-born United States citizen were detained by Stow police last Tuesday after the group was reported by passersby to have been trespassing in the woods around White Pond Reservoir, which once served as the public water source for the Town of Maynard. Signs naming it as a public water source and therefore, barring public access, are still visible along its border…

Group Home Comes to Taylor Road

In early July, Stow will gain a houseful of residents, all coming here to live in a group home at 219 Taylor Road, supervised by Advocates, a Framingham-based human services organization. The home was recently purchased with funds allocated by the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health…

Beach, Camp and Concert Prep for Rec

At the June 6, 2013 meeting of the Recreation Commission, the details of new programs, as well as existing favorites, were finalized in preparation for a busy summer season…

Stow Couple Appear in Pre-Trial Hearing

Kang Ping and Bill Henson appeared in Concord District Court on Tuesday in the first of what is expected to be several pre-trial hearings. The Hensons have been charged separately with a number of counts of child abuse and child endangerment related to alleged actions taken against a boy they adopted from Haiti…

Busy Summer at Center

The new Center School complex has hosted classes, concerts — even a circus — in its first full year. But, as the Elementary School Building Committee heard at its June 10 meetings, the building still is not officially finished, though the project remains financially healthy…

Center Becomes a Circus

Last Thursday’s buckets of rain helped turn Center School into, literally, a three-ring circus. How it got that way was a story of quick — very quick — thinking and dedication…


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