Month: March 2015

Governor’s First Opioid Crisis Listening Session…March 18, 2015

Members of the Public Gathered To Share Ideas and Perspectives regarding current Opioid Crisis
Submitted by the Office of Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis

As the number of drug overdose deaths in the Commonwealth continues to rise, members of the Opioid Crisis Working Group created by Governor Charlie Baker gathered this past Tuesday, March 10th at Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester for the first of four public listening sessions. Hosted by Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis, over 400 people attended the event which was designed to gather feedback and ideas on the best ways to halt the current epidemic.

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First Time State Title for Nashoba Hockey…March 18, 2015

By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Regional High School boys hockey team won the Division 3A state championship on Thursday, March 12 for its first state title in school history.

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Still No Budget for Nashoba…March 18, 2015

by Ann Needle

With increasing pressure from its towns to trim dollars —and not enough agreement on how to do it — the Nashoba School Committee put off a vote on its 2015/16 budget until its next meeting.

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Calendar… March 18, 2015

Events at the Randall Library Irish Music with Roger Tincknell, Thursday, March 19, 7pm – What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than with an evening of toe-tapping Irish tunes!  Come join the fun when Roger Tincknell entertains us with some traditional Irish music. Odissi Indian Dance Performance, Saturday, March 21, 2:30pm – Originally […]

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The Independent Clause… March 18, 2015

Nashoba High School certainly had a banner week with a very successful weekend of “Peter Pan” performances by Nashoba Drama Society and with the first state divisional win by the varsity hockey team. Congratulations to all! With the arrival of spring this week, talks turn to Town Meeting and Town Election. As of press time, […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition… March 18, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Still No Budget for Nashoba With increasing pressure from its towns to trim dollars —and not enough agreement on how to do it — the Nashoba School Committee put off a vote on […]

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Hockey Lifts Division Champ Trophy… March 11, 2015

By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Regional High School boys ice hockey team beat Worcester, 3-0, to win the CMass. Division 3A championship at the Wallace Civic Center on Monday, March 9.

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Hegemann Honored for Conservation… March 11, 2015

by Ann Needle
Stow is known for its passion for protecting the town’s abundant conservation land. On February 28, one of the forces behind this movement received a valued state honor.

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Tri-Town Voices Budget Concerns… March 11, 2015

by Ann Needle
At last Wednesday’s Tri-Town meeting in Bolton, Nashoba Regional officials fielded enough opposition to its proposed budget that the planned vote on it may be postponed.

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