Month: April 2015

*Update* Candidate’s Night Rescheduled…. April 27 2015

UPDATE 8:50PM:   The Candidate’s Night has been rescheduled to Tuesday 5-7PM in the Warren Room at Town Building. The public is welcome. The event will also be taped for later showing. UPDATE 7:30PM:  The Stow Candidate’s Night has been canceled. According to co-organizer Kathy Borofsky, it will be taped tomorrow at Town Building.   […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition…April 15, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: New Issues Surface in Town Warrant The Board of Selectmen last night discussed several new topics that have never come before voters at Annual Town Meeting.  These new issues now seek resident support […]

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Calendar…April 15, 2015

Events at the Randall LibrarY Boston Harbor Island Lecture “Home in the Harbor”, Thursday, April 16, 6:30pm – The largest recreational open space in eastern Massachusetts, the Boston Harbor Islands offer not only a fun and  beautiful place to visit  but are full of fascinating historical facts and fictions. Come to this lecture to learn […]

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Tough Start for Girls Lacrosse…April 15, 2015

By Michael James LeClair

The Nashoba Regional girls’ lacrosse team opened the season on the wrong foot. The host Chieftains welcomed Groton-Dunstable and was more than gracious as the Crusaders scored early and often en route to a 21-10 victory on Tuesday afternoon.

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Tennis Team Looks to Build Success…April 15, 2015

By Jess Thomas

Nashoba Regional High School boys tennis coach Brenda Mason has seen many different squads come through her program in the 11 years she has coached.

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Nashoba School Choice is Closed…April 15, 2015

By Ann Needle

School choice is officially over for the Nashoba District. The much-debated choice policy was voted out by the Nashoba School Committee at its meeting last Wednesday, despite protests from out-of-district parents with children in Nashoba schools and some SC members.

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Plenty of Talent for Nashoba Softball… April 8, 2015

By Michael James LeClair
The Nashoba Regional softball team ended the 2014 season with a little bit of a sour taste in its mouth.

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Will Nashoba’s Population Grow?… April 8, 2015

By Ann Needle
Nashoba Regional High School is overcrowded, and the newly renovated Center School has reached capacity according to the district’s numbers. This raises the question of just how many students the Nashoba Regional district can expect to educate over the next few decades.

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Tri-Town Talks Budget, Minuteman… April 8, 2015

By Ann Needle
Last Wednesday’s Tri-Town meeting had officials from the Nashoba School District’s three towns debating whether to re-consider membership at Minuteman High School. The towns also discussed what sort of budget hikes the Nashoba schools could afford in the future

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