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Day: December 11, 2013

In This Week’s Print Edition… December 11, 2013

Where to Buy a Copy Subscribe for Home Delivery Police Arrest Two on Drug Charges Stow Police made a hit against what they say is a growing drug presence in Stow when they arrested two men on Thursday believed to be supplying heroin and cocaine to users or dealers in town… Pompo Options Reviewed The…

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Police Will Now Carry Defibrillators

By Nancy Arsenault

While the Stow EMTs on the ambulance always arrive with defibrillators, the Stow Police are often the first responders to an accident or other medical call, and up until now, they have not had access to these life saving machines in their vehicles. There is one defibrillator in the police station, for anyone who might drive there or walk in with an immediate medical condition.

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Sierras Crosses the Border

By Ellen Oliver

The longtime mexican restaurant on the Sudbury/Maynard line, which closed its doors earlier this year, reopened in September with a new menu, new kitchen, but the same dedication to margaritas.

The restaurant’s layout didn’t change, but the decor is muted and simplified, away from the previous southwestern atmosphere. The biggest facelift was to the menu – there’s nary a burrito or fajita in sight. Billed online as “classic American cuisine with a Tex-Mex twist,” there are quesadillas and tacos, but they are alongside pulled pork sliders, Angus burgers, jambalaya pasta and thai lettuce wraps.

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“Beautiful Game” Played Beautifully

by Rob Kean

One look at the Nashoba Valley Youth Soccer League scoreboard and standings from the recently completed fall season and it’s evident that Stow Soccer Club teams made their marks across all levels. Like the Girls Under-14 team, sporting a 5-2-1 record and finishing a solid 3rd of 14 teams. Or the Boys Under- 12 quad that went 6-2-0, outscoring their opponents 32-12.

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The Independent Clause

Stow Independent Annual Holiday Break! With both Christmas and New Year’s Day falling on Wednesdays this year, we will not publish a print paper either Dec. 25 or Jan 1. We will, however, run a limited online edition on Jan. 3, 2014. If there is any major breaking news during the holiday print break, we…

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Public Safety Log

Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine  guilt or innocence until proven in court. Monday December 2, 2013 2:00pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY A caller from Hale School reported that a rear window screen had been cut.  The Police responded. Editor’s Note: Hale Middle School…

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Randall Library Programs The Randall Library has a new website – www.  with the latest news on upcoming events, programs, reading suggestions and a whole lot more. Author Talk: Jennifer Zobair, Thursday December 12th at 7pm- Fans of Jumpa Lahiri’s book  The Nameske will love  Jennifer Zobair’s Painted Hands. Filled with Boston references and…

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