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In This Week’s Print Edition… October 30, 2013

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Police Search and Pursuit

Last week, Stow police and Firefighter/EMTs initiated their second missing person search within a month’s time. While the first search resulted in an elderly man being found near Honey Pot Hill Orchards, expressing gratitude to rescuers, this second search involved somewhat different circumstances…

A Weekend of Blood, Sweat and Terriers

For locals and visitors alike, this past weekend in Stow offered something for everyone.  The cornucopia kicked off Saturday morning with the Stow Community Blood Drive at St. Isidore Church…

ESBC Turns to Legal to Recoup Costs

What is left on the Center School project’s to-do list is relatively minor. What may be a tougher step for the Elementary School Building Committee is recouping the cost of what it views as mistakes made during the renovation project…

Hale Says Goodbye to Slain Teacher

She taught in Stow only a year, but former Math Teacher Colleen Ritzer appeared to win just as many hearts and minds here in Stow as in her latest school district of Danvers. Ritzer was murdered last Tuesday at Danvers High School, allegedly by one of her students. Since then, the tears of Danvers families, along with praise for Ritzer’s many kindnesses, have flowed on the news outlets…

Past Tense: Sgt. Farrell is Shot

Today is October 30.  It was just 2 days ago (+44 years) that shots sounded in our peaceful town of Stow.  The shots were coming from the town’s Purity Supreme supermarket.  The market was being robbed by several men in broad daylight…

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