Day: August 8, 2014

Girls Youth Lacrosse Hosting Fall Clinics

August 6, 2014 By Jess Thomas Nashoba Girls Youth Lacrosse is teaming up with longtime lacrosse coach Rich Fulvi for four lacrosse clinics in September in Bolton. The clinics are open to all girls in grades K-8. Fulvi has 20 years of coaching experience and is currently the owner and head coach of Rewards School […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition… August 6, 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: Laying Down The Law in Court and Town Stow Police Prosecutor Gary Murphy has spent his summer days inside Concord District Court where most Stow arrest cases and […]

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Girls Youth Lacrosse Hosting Fall Clinics

By Jess Thomas

Nashoba Girls Youth Lacrosse is teaming up with longtime lacrosse coach Rich Fulvi for four lacrosse clinics in September in Bolton. The clinics are open to all girls in grades K-8.

Fulvi has 20 years of coaching experience and is currently the owner and head coach of Rewards School of Lacrosse, serving Central Mass, and has coached youth through college lacrosse for both men and women, according to NGL Co-President Christine Shaw.

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Fielding a Summer Team

By Michael James LeClair
Champions are made in the offseason and that’s what the girls’ field hockey team at Nashoba Regional is striving for this summer.

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Lower Village Road Improvements

By Nancy Arsenault

Last October’s Special Town Meeting approved $125,000 to create final design and construction plans to improve the pedestrian and vehicular travel and safety in Lower Village. “Those plans are now shovel-ready,” said Town Planner Karen Kelleher. That “shovel-ready” designation means that the construction can begin – as soon as funding and a contractor is found.

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The Independent Clause…August 6 2014

Next week will be an INTERNET-ONLY Edition We will do one more summer INTERNET edition next week with the typical contents of the paper available at www.stowindependent.com. The following week, August 20, we will be back to our regular print schedule with our BIG BACK-TO-SCHOOL issue, including the Nashoba Bus Routes. Back-to-school will continue in our August […]

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Calendar… August 6, 2014

UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE RANDALL LIBRARY Elizabeth Elo – author of  North of Boston, Thursday, August 7, 7pm. Ms Elo’s debut novel has garnered starred reviews from Booklist and Publishers Weekly as well as praise from well-known authors and critics. This gripping literary thriller introduces Pirio Kasparov, a gutsy and  tough-talking girl from Boston who is  thrown into a gritty […]

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Stow Public Safety Report… August 6,2014

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 July 28, 2014 3:59pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY A caller on Sudbury Road, near the bridge, reported a black trash bag under the Trail Head sign.  The […]

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