Day: May 14, 2014

In This Week’s Print Edition… May 14, 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: Home Buying Competition Heats Up The spring real estate season is launching with one defining characteristic – lack of inventory. According to area realtors, buyers are anxious to […]

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Home Buying Competition Heats Up

By Nancy Arsenault
The spring real estate season is launching with one defining characteristic – lack of inventory. According to area realtors, buyers are anxious to locate in Stow, but lack of available homes for sale offers slim pickings and competition among buyers for the properties that really stand out.

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Catching Up to Cameron Kerr

By Ann Needle
Mother’s Day is the time for brag alerts from moms, and last Sunday was no exception. Cameron Kerr, a 2005 graduate of NRHS and son of John and Mary Kerr of Stow, continues to stride on and make not just his mother proud.

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Boys Lacrosse Rolls Toward End of Season

By Michael James LeClair

After a slow start, the Nashoba High School boys’ lacrosse team kicked it into high gear in the second quarter on Tuesday evening, May 6.

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The Independent Clause…May 14, 2014

With just a few issues on this year’s ballot, only 496 voters (10.9%) came out to the polls. Congratulations to Nicole Odekirk on winning a seat on the Nashoba Regional School District’s School Committee. This was the only contested race in this year’s town election. The funding for design and engineering funds for a combined […]

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Public Safety Report… May 14, 2014

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 May 5, 2014 4:56pm     ASSIST OTHER AGENCY The Environmental Police reported two individuals riding dirt bikes on Sudbury Road.  The Stow Police responded.  The […]

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Calendar…May 14, 2014

Presentation on Gleasondale Village Revitalization Project On Wednesday, May 14, at 7pm  in the Stow Town Hall, UMass Graduate students and Dr. John Mullin will be giving the final presentation of the year-long Gleasondale Village Revitalization Project. The presentation will wrap up a series of workshops, focus groups, meetings, tours, and panel discussions on the […]

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