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Maynard Teens in Pompo St. Car Crash

Stow Police described the accident scene on Pompositticut Street Saturday evening as one of the most horrific they have seen in a very long time.  Around 6pm, a car driven by Michael Jordan, 19, of Maynard, was travelling eastbound, just beyond the first curve in the road from Great Road, when the vehicle slammed directly into a tree. Jordan and passenger, Corinne Goguen, 18, also of Maynard, were both severely injured and had to be extricated from the car with the Jaws of Life…

Making Cents of Charitable Donations

Whether you make charitable donations to organizations in Stow, or to state and national recipients, charitable giving can be beneficial both to the donor and the recipient.  It can also be an uncertain process as donors attempt to maneuver the web of potential recipients, making sure donations are applied as expected, and that proper documentation and receipts are available in return.  Some Stow tax experts stepped forward this week to offer advice on this sometimes daunting process…

Unified Street Hockey a Ball

wo years ago, Nashoba Regional High School was one of the first schools in the state to offer a unified track program, where athletes with intellectual disabilities compete on a team alongside athletes without disabilities. Thanks to the success of the Unified Track program, Nashoba is once again at the forefront of unified programs, offering a Street Hockey club program to all Nashoba students…

Stow Players Power Rivers Soccer to Title

The Nashoba 8th grade football players aren’t the only local athletes to bring home a New England Championship this fall.  Stow residents Meghan Lee and Olivia McSweeney led The Rivers School of Weston varsity girls soccer team to the New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Championship this season…


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