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Day: February 5, 2014

In This Week’s Print Edition… February 5, 2014

Where to Buy a Copy Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Funding for Pine Bluff Improvements On Monday January 27, members of the Rec Commission attended a meeting of the Community Preservation Committee (CPC) to request funding for a […]

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Gun Laws Explained at TAGSC Meeting

By Ellen Oliver

The details and intricacies of Massachusetts gun laws, including the possession, transportation and storage of guns in the Commonwealth, were explained on Thursday night at the South Hangar of Minute Man Air Field in Stow.

The information was presented by Jon Green, Director of Education and Training of the Gun Owners’ Action League (GOAL) and sponsored by The Assabet Gun Safety Coalition.

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New Town Social Worker

By Ann Needle

Sara Steele recently signed on as the first licensed social worker hired for the Town of Stow. Working Thursdays and Fridays out of the Town Building, where she shares an office with the town nurse, Steele brings more than 20 years of experience to the new position.

“The goal is to have this position reach across the town to all ages,” stressed Steele, who officially reports to Stow Council on Aging Director Alyson Toole.

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Nashoba Right on Track

By Rob Kean

If track success is indeed all about peaking at the right time, then the Nashoba Boys and Girls Indoor Track seasons appear headed for heady climaxes.

This past Saturday, both squads rolled into Fitchburg for Mid-Wach B league championship meet with targets on their backs, chief among them the Chieftain girls, on the heels of their perfect regular season. And when all the jumping, heaving and sprinting was done, the girls team walked away with a first-place finish that doubled as an exclamation point, and proclaimed them undisputed league champs.

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The Independent Clause… Feb. 5, 2014

By the time you are reading this, my prediction is that the ground will be all white and school-aged children everywhere will be rejoicing. Of course, this being New England, it could also be sunny and 70. As long as I have my MILK AND BREAD, I’m all set. I hope. And it’s supposed to clear long […]

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Public Safety Report… February 5, 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 27, 2014 4:27pm  ASSIST CITIZEN A caller from Gates Lane reported that her mailbox had been hit sometime during the day.  The information was logged. 5:48pm  SUSPICIOUS […]

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Calendar… February 5, 2014

Donation Drive to Support Buddy Dog Humane Society From now until Wednesday February 12th Junior Girl Scout Troop 72533 will be collecting items from the Buddy Dog Wish List.  Look out for our Green Bins at Shaw’s, Pet Source & Randall Library.  Help support the animals & staff at BDHS by donating from these items: […]

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