In This Week’s Print Edition… May 14, 2014

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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 locate in Stow, but lack of available homes for sale offers slim pickings and competition among buyers for the properties that really stand out…

Catching Up to Cameron Kerr

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…

Boys Lacrosse Rolls Toward End of Season

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…

Pompo Project and Odekirk Voted In

At the annual Town Election on Tuesday, 10.9 percent of Stow’s registered voters decided the town and its taxpayers will move forward with a combined fire station/community center at Pompo.  In the only contested race for a seat in town government, Nicole Odekirk was elected to the School Committee…

Lacrosse Captains Look at the Big Picture

Though Nashoba Regional’s boys’ lacrosse team anticipates a spirited playoff push, the ultimate goal, with an eye towards the evolution of the program, is to finish with pride…

Past Tense: Where am I, Exactly? (Part 2)

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