By Nancy Arsenault
A little over three years ago, Stow’s Frank Gesualdi was slaving in the kitchen of his North End restaurant, Davide, a family operation that consumed his time and nearly every waking minute of his life. The daily travails were documented on Fox Television’s “Kitchen Nightmares,” showing the personal sacrifices facing restaurant owners during tough economic times.
By Ann Needle
The beaming bride and groom were surrounded by loving family and friends, and dancing and a feast. But beyond the trappings of a traditional nuptial celebration, the wedding blessing of John Atem Deng and Elizabeth Barach at First Parish of Bolton earlier this month would be remarkable, even without the outpouring of support from Stow, Bolton, and Lancaster for this special day.
Make a Child’s Holiday Wish Come True Warm Hearts of Stow urges community members to contribute to its annual Holiday Toy Fund. Our goal is to ensure that every Stow boy and girl has a special gift to open this holiday season! It may seem early to be thinking about the winter holidays, but our […]
In this week’s edition, there are several touching stories of good works being done by Stow residents. The first is a story that started in Stow many years ago. I remember first editing the “Lost Boys” tale back before this paper even existed. If I remember correctly, Mary Kerr and her family were helping John […]
Monday October 13, 2014 9:26am VANDALISM A caller from Packard Road reported that his mailbox was smashed overnight. A family member noticed a black pick-up truck in the area. An officer advised the caller. The information was logged. 10:34am VANDALISM A caller from Barton Road reported that her 5-foot-tall wooden sign was taken off a […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: The Wedding that Took a Village The beaming bride and groom were surrounded by loving family and friends, and dancing and a feast. But beyond the trappings of a traditional nuptial celebration, […]
By Jordana Bieze Foster
Nashoba Regional football got its groove back on Friday night with a 21-14 homecoming victory over nonconference rival Marlborough, highlighted by a rejuvenated passing game and a positive turnover differential for the Chieftains.
By Nancy Arsenault
While most farms offer local produce, meat and dairy products, Stow’s Marble Hill Farm is offering something more – stone bowls and serving plates produced from the granite fieldstone pulled from the ground of their own farm.