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Day: November 22, 2014

Field Hockey Just Misses the Mark

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.

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Girls Soccer Ends Season as Champs

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.

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Spotlight on Nashoba Traffic Woes

By Ann Needle
The impact of Nashoba Regional High School’s growing number of students is spreading outdoors. With traffic patterns and parking becoming an issue, last Thursday morning Nashoba Superintendent Michael Wood conducted a public tour of the parking areas around the building, discussing potential solutions for adjusting that space.

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The Independent Clause… November 19, 2014

Congratulations to the Nashoba Girls Soccer team on their District Championship. Another great season from this team.  Along with the Field Hockey team,  Nashoba has two District Championship teams in one season.  A lot of hard work and effort by the teams and their coaches paid off. Nancy attended a presentation on Identity Theft and […]

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Calendar… November 19, 2014

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 […]

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Public Safety Report… November 19, 2014

Monday November 10, 2014 10:00am ASSIST CITIZEN A caller from Hale Road requested to speak with an officer regarding a dispute with a neighbor.  An officer advised the caller. 10:46am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT A caller on Gleasondale Road reported that a Verizon truck was parked in a bad spot, blocking the view of oncoming traffic.  […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition… November 19, 2014

Subscribe for Home Delivery   Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Spotlight on Nashoba Traffic Woes The impact of Nashoba Regional High School’s growing number of students is spreading outdoors. With traffic patterns and parking becoming an issue, last Thursday morning Nashoba Superintendent […]

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