Day: October 10, 2014

Recognizing the Signs of Drug Use… Oct. 8, 2014

By Ann Needle
With almost 44% of high school students reporting they had used drugs in the month prior to the Emerson Hospital survey, Nashoba Regional High School offered parents a glimpse into how to recognize drug use, and the importance of immediate treatment if it is suspected.

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Calendar… Oct. 8, 2014

Stow Postal Pantry Food Drive The Stow Food Pantry will hold its annual “Share the Bounty” Postal Pantry Food Drive the week of October 6-11. The Stow Food Pantry receives most of its food donations during the Postal Pantry – placed in owners’ mailboxes and picked up by the mail carriers -along with many of […]

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Stow Police Report… Oct. 8, 2014

Monday September 29, 2014 7:54am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT A caller on Great Road reported that a large rug was in the road. The Police responded. The rug was located and removed. 8:03am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT A caller on Pompositticut Street reported that a large green dump truck was backing up on the road. The driver […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition… Oct. 8, 2014

Subscribe for Home Delivery   Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Community Center Options Addressed Design discussions continued at Thursday’s meeting of the Community Center Building Committee. Floor and site plans were discussed as the Committee looks to bring a design to voters […]

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Boys Soccer Season Off to Slow Start… Oct. 8, 2014

By Michael James LeClair
The Nashoba Regional boys’ soccer team continued its early season struggles on Tuesday night, Sept. 30.Oct. 8, 2014

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The Independent Clause… Oct. 8, 2014

Well, as you can see, the website is back up. It was far more complicated than I’d originally thought and I’ve spent hours upon hours with tech support and doing my own research to fix it. I’m keeping my fingers crossed the fix stays. In this week’s Police report, there were three different SCAMS reported. […]

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Nashoba Targets Safety & Performance… Oct. 1 2014

Oct. 1 2014 By Ann Needle At its meeting last Wednesday, the Nashoba School Committee focused on sharpening how it tracks and handles student behavior and teacher progress. On October 31, the district will host a training session on how to recognize possible substance abuse in students, announced Superintendent Michael Wood. He explained that the […]

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The Independent Clause… Oct. 1, 2014

PROMOTIONAL PRINT EDITION There will be no mailing label on any papers this week as this is a promotional issue being mailed to all homes. If you have any questions about your subscription, please email subscriptions@stowindependent.com And if you haven’t yet subscribed for home delivery, why not do it today? www.stowindependent.com And with that out […]

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Public Safety Report… Oct. 1 2014

Oct. 1 2014   Monday September 22, 2013 5:49am MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from High Street reported that a woman had low oxygen levels.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the woman to the hospital. 1:20pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from Honey Pot Apple Orchards reported that a woman had chest pain and […]

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Choices Abound at People’s Kitchen… Oct. 1 2014

  Oct. 1 2014 By Ann Needle You learn that your friend has made a dinner reservation for the gang at The People’s Kitchen, and you think, “Gee willikers, I always wanted cold cabbage soup served by Bolsheviks.” But get past that name, and you will see this Worcester restaurant has lots to offer those […]

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