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Residents Defend Walcott Neighborhood

The Planning Board meeting room was filled to capacity Tuesday night with residents vehemently expressing many concerns during a two and a half hour public hearing concerning a proposed 26-home development off Walcott Street…

News Briefs from In and Around Stow

In a round up of recent news items, a Stow couple facing child abuse charges  moves forward in the court system after several recent postponements of their case; library repairs are underway to help relieve leaks in the building; and the Special Town Meeting will go on as planned, but with a very small agenda…

D.A.R.E. No Longer

After almost 21 years, D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) is leaving Stow schools. The Nashoba Regional district chose to close down the non-profit program after its instructor of 14 years, Stow Police Sergeant Darren Thraen, resigned at the end of the school year.

Past Tense: Lake Boon Water Carnival is 100

The Lake Boon Water Carnival just celebrated its 100th anniversary since its beginning believed to be in 1913.  Each year, on or around Labor Day, the 300 some residents around Lake Boon celebrate the end of summer with a full weekend of water activities…

Lake Boon Water Carnival 2013

With weather like the kind we had this past weekend, you would like to see it never end, but when you have as much fun as we had it goes by too quickly. Our annual Lake Boon Water Carnival, which rumor has it has been going on for a hundred years or more , was kicked off by our Lighting of the Lake on Friday evening with members of the Absolute Groove band on a boat playing to numerous shore parties and a flotilla of boats…


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