Day: June 12, 2014

In This Week’s Print Edition… June 11, 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: Multiple Graduation Photos! Collings Proposes Smaller Project The debate rumbled on at last night’s continuation of the Earth Removal Public Hearing on the request by The Collings Foundation […]

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Independent Clause… June11, 2014

Congratulations to all of the recent graduates! We have many photos, with more Nashoba grad photos available at www.susanshaye.com. Thank you to Susan Shaye and to Jess Thomas for covering the event as our veteran graduation reporter Ann Needle was busy with a graduate of her own this year. Ann’s daughter, Katy, Nashoba Class of […]

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Poetry and Philosophy from Class of 2014

June 11, 2014 By Jess Thomas The DCU Center filled up as the Nashoba Regional High School band warmed up the crowd with songs such as “Sweet Caroline” and “School’s Out for Summer” in anticipation of the good times that were sure to be had at the 2014 NRHS graduation on Sunday, June 8.   […]

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Stow Minuteman High Grads Earn Honors

June 11, 2014 By Ann Needle On Friday, June 6, Minuteman High School graduated more than 140 students—including seven from Stow—with some creative touches familiar to those who know the Lexington vocational school well.   The graduates from Stow were Kevin Benoit, whose career program was Plumbing; Brianna Ganimian, Engineering Technology;  David Howe, Culinary Arts/Baking; […]

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Chieftains Softball Season Ends

June 11, 2014 By Craig Holt Shepherd Hill Regional played some of its best softball in the recent Central Mass. Division 1 Tournament. Top-ranked Nashoba Regional can vouch for that. The fourth-seeded Rams were in top form during a semifinal against the Chieftains last week, gaining a 2-0 victory at Worcester State University’s Rockwood Field. […]

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Calendar… June 11, 2014

Do good / dig manure / feed your plants On Saturdays in June, 11am-2pm,  dig your own well-composted horse manure. Great stuff! $5 a bag. All proceeds benefit the horses at Eye of the Storm Equine Rescue, 65 White Pond Rd., Stow. Don’t call, just come. Drive in slowly, past the barn, bear right. You’ll […]

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Public Safety Log

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 June 2, 2014 2:42am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY A caller from Timberedge Road reported that there was a car with its parking lights on parked at the […]

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