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: Nashoba Debates Kindergarten Day Last night, the Nashoba School Committee continued debate on changes coming to district kindergarten in the fall. There were also several pieces of good […]
By Ann Needle
Last night, the Nashoba School Committee continued debate on changes coming to district kindergarten in the fall. There were also several pieces of good news coming out of Nashoba Regional High School, and a glimpse at a new law calling for Massachusetts districts to continue educating suspended and expelled students.
By Ellen Oliver
Matteo Faso of Stow participated in the 14th Annual Northeast Regional Braille Challenge reading, writing and spelling contest held Saturday, March 8 at the Carroll Center for the Blind.
Faso, 12, a 5th grade student, was one of 27 students of varying ages and levels from across the northeast who participated in the event. Faso competed in the apprentice/rookie level vying with seven other students in feats of spelling, comprehension and grammar.
By Rob Kean
Heading into the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships, Stow native and Bowdoin College senior Coby Horowitz’s resume of collegiate distance running honors already required a certain suspension of disbelief. Three-time All-America in cross-country. Twice an All-America in the 1500 meters. All-America in the distance medley relay, the 5000 meters, and the mile. Runner of three of the five fastest mile times in Division III history, and newly-minted record holder for the fastest D-III mile ever run.
I don’t know if there’s something in the air? In the water? Maybe the moon is full and Mercury is in retrograde. (Anyone else remember the Cosmic Muffin on Boston’s WBCN radio back in the dark ages?) The strangest things have happened this past week and have made it a very intense time to be in […]
STOW LIONS MONTHLY DINNER The Stow Lions monthly dinner meeting will be on Wednesday, March 26, at 7:30pm, at Emma’s Café, 117 Great Road. We invite you to be our guest and to learn more about the Lions, what we do, and how we do it. Give some thought to joining us for dinner. Dinner starts at 7:30 […]
By Kristen Kerouac 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 March 17, 2014 11:58am COMPLAINT A caller from Pompositticut Street reported that someone was removing trees from a recently sold property next door. The Conservation […]
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: Narcotics Dog Takes a Bow at Nashoba The human cooing that greeted a guest canine at Nashoba Regional High School on March 4 could make an unsuspecting visitor […]
By Ann Needle
The human cooing that greeted a guest canine at Nashoba Regional High School on March 4 could make an unsuspecting visitor believe they were dropped into a dog show. Actually, it was a show—state police were recently showing off just how a narcotics-sniffing dog can, very effectively, hunt down illegal substances at the high school.