By Nancy Arsenault
Fitness and attention to overall health is at the top of most New Year’s Resolution lists. For 2015, fitness trends are going Back to the Basics and, according to fitness professionals here in Stow, clients looking for a good workout are becoming enamored with what is most familiar – walking, running, basic calisthenics that harken back to school physical education class, weight lifting and group workouts that combine all of these elements within a moderate to high intensity format. Individualized programs created and monitored by personal trainers are also gaining in popularity.
by Ann Needle
“The most asked question at the high school to me is, what can we do about space?” said Nashoba Director of Facilities Bill Cleary. He was reporting Thursday to the Nashoba Space Task Force on what portions of Nashoba Regional High School’s structure would most need to be altered, should the district do what he termed a “major renovation.”
Stow Democratic Town Committee TO MEET The Stow Democratic Town Committee will meet at 7:15pm Wednesday, January 28, at the Red Ginger Restaurant. Topics of discussion will include Springfest activities, options for a forum on “Green Stow”, and an update on the state convention in September. For more information contact James Cohen at DrJPCohen@aol.com. New members […]
Monday January 19, 2015 6:10am MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from Warren Road requested an ambulance for a woman who had been in an accident. When she got out of the car, she slipped on ice and possibly broke her arm. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. The ambulance transported the woman to the hospital. 8:28am MEDICAL […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Clarifying NRHS Repair Needs “The most asked question at the high school to me is, what can we do about space?” said Nashoba Director of Facilities Bill Cleary. He was reporting Thursday to […]
by Ann Needle
Space and time were the main requests of Nashoba District teachers at last Wednesday’s School Committee meeting. With the proposed 2015/16 Nashoba budget premiering later this month, this meeting was devoted to roundtable discussions among teachers and administrators on the biggest needs at their schools.