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In This Week’s Print Edition… October 9, 2013

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Selectmen Look for Traffic Answers

The Selectmen held a short meeting last night to discuss a possible regional transportation option, the right to purchase a piece of land being offered through Ch 61, and the continuing traffic problems occurring during apple picking season…

Chiefs Weigh In on Apple Traffic

As Columbus Day weekend approaches, public safety officials are preparing for the inundation of visitors out for a day of apple picking, a visit to the Collings Foundation or a drive in the country. Despite the influx of potentially thousands of vehicles, Stow Police intend for traffic to be moving, roads to be passable and pedestrians able to maneuver safely…

Youth FB & Cheer Have Sights Set High

Much like the 2007 Patriots, last year’s Fifth Grade Nashoba Youth Football Team beat all comers before finally falling in the Super Bowl. Now playing as Sixth Graders, they appear primed to take care of unfinished business…

Past Tense: Gleasondale Schools

In 1850, the Town of Stow built a large two-story school (with attic) to be used for teaching the town’s 1st through 6th graders.  In 1879, a library (the “Rock Bottom Library Society) was added to the school building…

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