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Day: January 15, 2014

In This Week’s Print Edition… January 15, 2014

Where to Buy a Copy Subscribe for Home Delivery Project Cost Projections Expected Tuesday night, the Board of Selectmen and the Capital Building Projects Oversight Committee met separately but discussed the same topics – updates on the status of a new fire station, library and community center… Fitness Resolutions Can Find a Home New Year’s […]

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School Schedule Changes Discussed

By Ann Needle The School Committee put off a vote last night on the proposed 2014/15 school calendar, hoping some awaited changes will come through on the teachers’ contracts. Meanwhile, the school day may look a lot different next year. Last month, Nashoba administration presented the Committee with two proposed calendars. The recommended version “B” […]

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Small Steps to a Better Year Ahead

By Ann Needle According to the University of Scranton (PA), a scant 8% of Americans reported ever achieving a New Year’s resolution. If this sounds familiar, perhaps these promises to yourself were just too big to keep. This year, try taking smaller steps to a better life; minor moves that are simple to make — […]

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Obituary…Spring Memorial Planned for Ernest Goldman *Updated January 17, 2014

By Cyndy Bremer Stow resident Ernest Goldman, 100, passed away at his home on Tuesday evening after a period of declining health, surrounded by his family. Goldman had just turned 100 years old this past December and had made a birthday appearance at the fall concert of the Sounds of Stow, a group he co-founded […]

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Green Team Gaining Traction

By Ellen Oliver After graduating eight seniors, including three defensive players and the top two scorers, the Chieftains boys’ ice hockey team is green in more than just their uniform color. “We’re a fairly inexperienced team and had a tough schedule to start, but we’re playing really well,” said Coach Steve Kendall. “A lot of […]

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The Independent Clause…Jan. 15, 2014

Just before press time, we received the sad news that Ernest Goldman had passed away. Goldman had celebrated his 100th birthday this past December  and had most recently been featured in our November 13 edition. A longtime resident, Ernest was well known for his role in the development of the Sounds of Stow musical  performance […]

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Public Safety Log…Jan. 15, 2014

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 January 6, 2014 8:48am MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from Meeting House Lane requested an ambulance because he and another individual fell on the ice.  The Police and Fire/Rescue […]

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Calendar….Jan. 15, 2014

Randall Library Programs Author Michael Tougias will appear at the Randall Library  on January 16th at 7:00pm to give a slide presentation on his new book A Storm Too Soon: A True Story of Disaster, Survival and Incredible Rescue. This dramatic and inspiring program is free and suitable for all ages. A Storm Too Soon […]

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