Month: May 2015

Softball Earns Share of League Title… May 20, 2015

By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Regional High School softball team mounted two comebacks to beat Hudson, 6-4, on Monday, May 18 on the road to take a share of the Midland-Wachusett B league title.

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Adults Responsible When Teens Drink… May 20, 2015

By Ann Needle

Can parents get in legal trouble because teens were drinking in their house? Yes — and the legal punishment may not be the biggest toll, according to a state prosecutor. As the school year closes and graduation parties get underway, Nashoba Regional High School held a forum last Tuesday on social hosting of underage students.

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Crucial Fixes Urged for Nashoba… May 20, 2015

By Ann Needle

At last Thursday’s Nashoba Space Task Force meeting, the district detailed what it might cost to keep the Nashoba Regional High School building running in the next several years. Charged with identifying what should be done to expand and update an overcrowded NRHS, the task force also took time to look at what the district could do beyond the basics.

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Calendar… May 20, 2015

Haikus in the Woods Visit SCT’s Leggett property between now and May 31 and enjoy a 1-mile walk in the woods and the chance to read haikus written by Stow’s 3rd graders. The Leggett property is located at the intersection of Rte. 62 and Whitman Road, with parking on Whitman. Events at the Randall LibrarY […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition…May 20, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Stow Civil War Artifacts on Display The Stow Historical Society unveiled its most recent project during Springfest weekend; one that was in the making for 18 months and in the opinion of the […]

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Girls Tennis Clinches Postseason Spot… May 13, 2015

By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Regional High School girls tennis squad reached the district finals last season and it only made them hungry for more in 2015.

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Despite Loss, Boys Track is in the Running… May 13, 2015

By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Regional boys track team came into the Friday, May 8 meet with a 4-0 record, but ran into a fast and competitive Westborough squad.

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Nashoba Looks at Risky Behaviors… May 13, 2015

By Ann Needle

Last Wednesday’s (May 6) Nashoba School Committee meeting was primarily devoted to looking at risky behavior among local teens, measured by results from Emerson Hospital’s latest Youth Risk Behavior Survey. These results offered some good news, but also pointed to several crucial areas calling for attention.

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