by Ann Needle
Last Saturday morning, local Rotary Clubs headed up an army of volunteers to package 12,000 meals for the Stop Hunger Now non-profit group in just about 45 minutes. The event took place at Nashoba Regional High School.
By Nancy Arsenault
A Special Town Meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 23 at 7pm at Hale Middle School. Barring another Monday snowstorm, the meeting will address three warrant articles (Fire station/community center, Pine Bluff upgrades and Cemetery plotting), all of which are hoping to begin this spring. Holding the Special Town Meeting in February was necessary to ensure the bid process could be put in motion prior to the construction season, if voter approval is given.
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING EDITION: Please note the Town Warrant is being distributed to ALL Stow residents in this week’s paper. You will not find a label on your paper unless you live outside of Stow. We have had about seven feet of snow in the last two weeks in my hometown of Lunenburg. The snowbanks are ridiculously large […]
Events at the Randall Library Library Museum Lecture, Thursday, February 12, 7pm – Local historians from the Stow Historical Society will be at the library to explain all the interesting objects donated by the society to the Randall Library, now on display on the second floor. Experiment with Electricity and Magnetism, Saturday, February 14, 2-3pm […]
Monday February 2, 2015 12:16am ANIMAL A caller from Zander Way reported that she found a Chihuahua at her door. The Animal Control Officer was notified. 3:23pm ASSIST CITIZEN A caller requested to speak with an officer regarding possible credit card fraud. An officer advised the caller. 3:25pm ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT A caller from Birch […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Small Warrant Could Bring Big Changes A Special Town Meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 23 at 7pm at Hale Middle School. Barring another Monday snowstorm, the meeting will address three warrant […]
by Ann Needle
On Saturday, March 21, for the first time in recent memory, the three towns of Nashoba Regional High School will come together for a major fundraising event for the school. Along with bringing in some big dollars for the high school’s athletic program, organizers hope Nashoba Boosters Athletic Club’s Casino Night, at The International in Bolton, generates some tri-town spirit among Stow, Bolton, and Lancaster.