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In This Week’s Print Edition… April 22, 2015

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Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition:

School Committee Candidates Q & A

In a year where the Nashoba District’s planned 2015/16 budget remains hotly debated, two candidates are running for the one open Stow seat on the Nashoba School Committee in May. Incumbent Maureen Busch has served for 6 years on the SC, and challenger Mark Jones is currently a member of the Stow Planning Board…

Unified Track Opens their Season

The Nashoba Regional High School Unified Track season got underway on Thursday, April 16 on a sunny day in Bolton.  Unified Track began in 2011 when the Special Olympics organization started a movement called Project Unified in order to practice inclusion and acceptance in high schools, according to Patti Doherty, a representative from Massachusetts Special Olympics…

Boys Lacrosse Gaining Momentum

The Nashoba Regional boys’ lacrosse team bounced back in a big way on Thursday evening. The Chieftains, coming off a tough loss to Westborough, welcomed rival Wachusett Regional to Route 117 and the two locked horns and produced an epic contest that rivaled a postseason contest…

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