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Month: April 2015

Calendar… April 8, 2015

Art at Nancy’s Air FIeld Cafe The work of Sudbury photographer Wayne Arthur Hall will be on display at Nancy’s Air Field Café at Minute Man Airfield in an exhibit entitled “Local Waters”, from April 8 through May 3. A “meet the artist” reception will be held on Sunday, April 12, from 3-4:30pm. For Café […]

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The Independent Clause… April 8, 2015

I don’t even have to go outside to know it’s spring. I just need to look at the calendar announcement filling my inboxes. I can also tell by the number of articles related to budget and town meeting matters. Spring sports have finally been able to get out and get started. Mike LeClair previews the […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition… April 8, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Pine Bluff Project Revised The renovation and expansion project at Pine Bluff is moving forward, but at a slower pace than the Recreation Commission and project designers had envisioned.​.. Town Counsel Weighs in on […]

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Building a Strong Future for Field Hockey… April 1, 2015

By Jess Thomas The Nashoba Regional High School field hockey team made it to the state championship game this past fall, finishing a memorable and inspiring season with a 20-2-1 record. Stow’s Jen Brown, founder of the youth Strikers Field Hockey program, has been a crucial part of the development of these field hockey stars. […]

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Put on Your Wipers, Put on Your Lights… April 1, 2015

By Cyndy Bremer
The next time it begins to rain while you’re driving and you reach for your windshield wipers, be sure to turn on your headlights, too. If you don’t, as of April 7, you could be pulled over by the police.

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Nashoba Budget Passes Committee… April 1, 2015

By Ann Needle
After weeks of often fiery debate, and a failed vote earlier in March, the Nashoba School Committee passed a proposed budget on Wednesday. Approval of the $52.6 million budget came in the third round of voting in front of a packed audience.

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Stow-Maynard Pair Up to Gather Donations

By Ann Needle

Some friendships are just meant to be, regardless of distance or separate lives. This year, two teens from Stow and Maynard are putting their friendship to work for other students across Massachusetts. They are hoping that town residents will help through donations of clothing and supplies.

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