In This Week’s Print Edition… April 23, 2014

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Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition:

SC Candidates Speak Out

This election year, Nashoba schools face a variety of challenges old and new, from a frugal budget through concerns for safety. The two candidates for the one open Stow seat on the Nashoba School Committee, Nicole Odekirk and Artur Jurczyk, both have young children, giving each a stake in Stow’s schools. Here the candidates answer questions from the Independent regarding their perspectives on how to best tackle the issues facing the district’s schools…

Get Stuffed at Michael’s

Considering my family lives in the town’s eastern-most home — Sarah Palin could see Maynard from my house—I try choosing restaurants to review that are closer to the majority of readers. This stop brought me to Michael’s Bridge Diner in Lancaster, which is closer to literally every reader than to me…

Nashoba Softball Rolling Along

It’s several weeks into the new season and life continues to be exceedingly splendid for Nashoba Regional’s surging softball team…

Past Tense: Revolutionary Sayings Part 2

Ernest Goldman Memorial

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