By Jess Thomas
Coming off a Central Mass. Division 2 title last year, the Nashoba Regional girls basketball team started this season on the right note, to the tune of a 49-30 opening night victory at home over Leominster on Friday, Dec. 12.
By Michael James LeClair
On the strength of a game-high 20 points from Leominster’s Derek Franks, the Nashoba Regional boys’ basketball team opened the season on the wrong note with a 54-39 road loss at the hands of the Blue Devils of Leominster High School Thursday night, Dec. 11.
by Ann Needle
It’s crunch time in Stow. Christmas is a week away — and Hanukkah is underway. There’s nothing worse for holiday cheer than a day at the mall being whacked by a passerby’s shopping bags. Rather than succumb to the crowds of craziness, there are many options closer to home.
I wish all of our readers, staff, supporters and angels a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday season for whatever you and yours choose to celebrate. I hope you all have plenty of cheer and time to enjoy your families and friends and the spirit of the season. As you finish (or in my case, […]
Recently retired, or soon to be retired? Come and talk with your neighbors about like minded issues…from answering the question “what now?” to travel plans. Write firstname.lastname@example.org for time and location. Stow Democrats Meet The Stow Democratic Town Committee will hold its next monthly meeting at 7:15pm Wednesday, December 17, at a new location: Red […]
Monday December 8, 2014 11:12am ASSIST CITIZEN A walk-in reported that she backed into her neighbor’s car. There was no damage. An officer advised the individual. 1:10pm WELL BEING CHECK A caller from Center School requested a well-being check on a student who was not at school. The Police responded. 7:09pm FIRE A caller reported […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Keep Calm and Shop in Stow It’s crunch time in Stow. Christmas is a week away — and Hanukkah is underway. There’s nothing worse for holiday cheer than a day at the mall […]
by Ann Needle
Most of last Wednesday’s Nashoba District School Committee was devoted to a report by Nashoba Regional High School on how well prepared it is for re-accreditation later this year. In preparing for its ten-year reevaluation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, high school staff, who self-rated the school, concluded there’s still work to be done.