By Jess Thomas
After placing second in the Division 1 Central Mass. District Championships, the Nashoba boys cross country team finished 11th in the MIAA State Championship on Saturday, Nov. 15.
By Barbara Allen
Neither of them remembered when they first realized they were related. “I think it was at Andover Newton,” Rev. Beatrice Manning of Stow told The First Parish of Bolton pastor, Rev. Richard Jones.
By Nancy Arsenault
By this time next year, Nashoba middle school students may be working toward a mix of academic achievements, prizes and recognitions, rather than the traditional Honor Roll. At last week’s School Committee meeting, the group addressed this topic, the future of half-day kindergarten and expanded parking at the high school.
This week’s print paper is a special townwide Thanksgiving edition. We are featuring Stow’s charitable groups on pages 10 and 11. Many thanks to Jeff Smith of Warren Insurance for sponsoring the pages. And with Thanksgiving, comes Christmas (yes, I said “Christmas”) and the Holiday shopping season. Small Business Saturday is this weekend. Please support […]
Monday November 17, 2014 1:30pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY An officer checked on a car that was parked on Hudson Road for over an hour. The individual was monitoring the brook level for a land owner. All was OK. 10:19pm WELL BEING CHECK A caller from Johnston Way requested a well being check on a man who […]
PROJECT TEDDY BEAR for the Stow Fire Department Junior Girl Scout Troop 72516 is collecting new or gently used Beanie Baby – size Teddy bears for the Stow Fire Dept. When the Fire Dept. responds to a call, the Teddy bears are given to children to help comfort them. Donations to Project Teddy Bear can […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Collings Hudson Access Road Moves Forward At a meeting of the Hudson Internal Traffic Management Committee on Friday morning, the Collings Foundation passed the first step in the approval process to build […]
By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Regional High School field hockey team lost a heartbreaking state championship game, 1-0, to Acton-Boxborough on Sunday at WPI.
By Michael James LeClair
The Nashoba Regional girls’ soccer program is once again queens of the pitch in Central Mass. Division 1. The victory led them to the state semi-finals on Tuesday, where they fought hard, but came away on the short end of a 1-0 game.