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Month: March 2014

The Independent Clause.. March 12, 2014

March 12, 2014 With Town Meeting and Town Election on their way in less than 2 months, things are gearing up with budget talks and candidates. Below is a list of the current positions that are up for election this May. Next to the position(s) are the names of those Stow residents that have taken…

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Calendar… March 12, 2014

Randall Library Programs Early Literacy Workshops for Preschoolers, Friday, March 14, 10:30am Teen Tech Week, March 9-15- Celebrate the Young Adult Library Services Association’s event with the “DIY @ your library” theme, by encouraging teens to create content of their own using the technology available today. Book Trailer Festival, Saturday, March 15, 1pm- A book…

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Public Safety Report… March 12, 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 March 3, 2014 8:40am MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from Center School reported that a child had an allergic reaction to a peanut exposure. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded….

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In This Week’s Print Edition… March 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: Town Arbitration on Center School Build The Town of Stow is officially fighting to keep money it believes should be knocked off of the bill for the Center…

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Forecast Calls for Cleanup, Conservation

By Rob Kean

March has arrived roarless but bearing an ice-covered mane just the same, a lion merely halfway between groundhog and lamb. Still, with talk of spring being right around the corner, several Stow groups are already looking ahead to what lies beneath the snow when it finally melts.

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“Les Miz” a Sure Nashoba Blockbuster

By Ann Needle

For the outsized 1980s, Broadway’s “Les Misérables” was perfect—big songs, bigger characters, and a rich story line. So, when Nashoba Regional High School stages this elite musical March 14 to 16, it tackles what will arguably be the most challenging production in Nashoba Drama’s history.

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Playoff Action: Hoops and Hockey Still In

By Ellen Oliver

The Chieftains have been busy representing Nashoba on the ice, hardwood, mats, slopes and around the track. Here’s the latest on post-season action from Nashoba athletes.

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The Independent Clause…March 5, 2014

March 5, 2014 Despite the fact that it was 5° Tuesday morning, this coming weekend is officially spring. Well, at least it’s Spring Forward for Daylight Saving Time. Somehow I don’t think it’s going to do much for the weather, but at least it’s a sign of hope. It’s also a good time to check…

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