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In This Week’s Print Edition…. August 21, 2013

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Walcott St. Development Public Hearing

Hemenway Farm, a Planned Conservation Development proposed for Walcott Street, is coming before the town in a public hearing on August 27 scheduled at 8:00pm during the Planning Board’s regular meeting. This is the chance for abutters and other residents to voice their opinions and to question the developer and the Planning Board about this subdivision, planned to host 24 new homes…

Landry’s Vision Leads Fire Department

The Stow Fire Department is expected to become more visible, more active in the community and increase communication with residents, according to newly named Fire Chief Joe Landry whose contract negotiations concluded last week…

School Changes Are Everywhere

This school year, Stow students will likely learn that change is one of life’s many norms. While last school year was marked by the opening of the renovated Center School, this year brings a number of new faces and changing roles…

Past Tense: Henry Warren Retires (Part 2)

Last week we showed half of a picture taken at the Town Hall in 1948 at the retirement party of Stow’s long-time tax collector, Henry Warren. The picture below shows the other half of this astute gathering, which includes Selectmen, Police Chief, Town Clerk, farmers, orchardist, Street Superintendent, firemen and others..

Anyone Know a Good Book? .

That’s a common question, according to the staff at The Randall Library, and it seems that Stow residents are providing the answers…

Putting the Power In School Lunch
The back-to-school rush often  reminds people how things have changed. Take lunch money, or lack of it, given Stow students can no longer use it under the PowerLunch system, which is where the digital age meets chicken nuggets…

Featured Home: Old Meets New on Crescent Street

If you’ve wished for a home with antique charm, plus all of the comforts and stability of new construction, then 160 Crescent Street might be the home for you, according to Stow resident and Coldwell Banker realtor Linda Scobo…

Lake Boon Water Carnival

Online ‘Trail Map’ of Massachusetts Gardens


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