Day: June 26, 2013

The Independent Clause… June 26, 2013

NO PAPER JULY 10! Our summer break this year will be on July 10. The “office” will be closed July 4- 11. We will be publishing July 3 and will be back in print July 17.   Well, I experienced the first power outage of the thunderstorm season here in Lunenburg on Monday night. I […]

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Public Safety Log… June 26, 2013

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 June 17, 2013 8:37am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY A walk-in reported that she received two texts from an unknown individual.  The texts contained pictures of a cat.  An officer advised […]

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Calendar…June 26, 2013

Presentation on Gleasondale Village Future      In conjunction with the UMASS Center for Economic Development, the Stow Planning Department is hosting a final student presentation regarding the future of Gleasondale Village on Wednesday June 26th, at 7 PM in Stow Town Hall. For the past several months a team of students involved in the UMASS […]

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USA Deck Hockey Team Takes Silver

Stow/Nashoba players compete By Ellen Oliver   The men’s USA ball hockey team competed in the 2013 World Ball Hockey Federation Championships in Toronto Canada, June 3-9 and took home a silver medal for their efforts. The team had ties to the Nashoba community uniting Steve Kendall, teacher and coach at Nashoba, Matt Gilchrest, a […]

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Hams to the Rescue

By Ann Needle With high tech just about everywhere, it is tough to imagine life without the magic of the Internet and cell phones. But, take these away, and there are dedicated amateur shortwave radio enthusiasts in Stow and surrounding communities ready to step in and help keep friends and neighbors in touch with what […]

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“Grandparent Scam” Hits Stow Seniors

By Nancy Arsenault   “This is a call from your favorite grandson,” said a man’s voice when Stow resident Eveleth Cowles, 86, picked up the phone at her home.  But Eveleth only has one grandson and he has a Southern accent, unlike the voice on the other end of the phone, she quickly thought to […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition… June 26,2013

Where to Buy a Copy Subscribe for Home Delivery Resident Appeals Housing Decision DeVincent Drive resident Gregory Reynolds has filed an appeal to the Middlesex Superior Court’s May decision in favor of the Stow Zoning Board of Appeals and Stow Community Housing Corp in regards to the expansion of the Plantation Apartment complex. Reynolds’ complaints […]

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