Day: June 22, 2015

District Middle Schools Meet on Track… June 17, 2015

By Jess Thomas
The three Nashoba District middle school track and field teams competed in the annual District team meet on Wednesday, June 10 at Nashoba Regional High School. The teams from Stow’s Hale, Bolton’s Sawyer and Lancaster’s Luther Burbank middle schools faced off against each other, some for the last time before heading off for high school, where many of them will become teammates.

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Forum Leads to Discussion on Drugs in the Nashoba District… June 17, 2015

By Ann Needle

The Underage Substance Abuse Forum at Nashoba Regional High School last Wednesday was timely, given the drug-related emergency at a post-prom party last month. The over 100 Nashoba parents, administrators, and staff attending seemed focused on not only recognizing the signs of substance abuse, but in wanting to know what the high school is doing to keep drugs off its campus.

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Two Resign from School Committee*… June 17 2015

By Ann Needle
The Nashoba School Committee is weathering the sudden resignation of two of its members last Friday, with towns making plans to bring in their replacements within a month.
Nancy Federspeil of Bolton, along with Julie Fay of Lancaster, separately resigned from the SC on Friday, June 12. Each emailed a resignation note to fellow SC members, Nashoba Superintendent Michael Wood, and their respective town administrators.

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In This Week’s Print Edition…June 17, 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 Away Inn Buyers Await OK from Town The Planning Board now has 90 days to determine if a proposed use for the Stow Away Inn is allowable within the town bylaws.  On […]

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Public Safety Report… May 27, 2015

Monday May 18, 2015 8:03am ROAD SAFETY COMPLAINT A caller on Great Road reported that a truck accidentally dumped pavement onto the road.  The Highway Department was notified and responded to clean the area 8:05am VANDALISM A caller from Wheeler Road reported vandalism to a bobcat front end loader.  A report was filed. 2:01pm ASSIST […]

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The Independent Clause… May 27, 2015

This has been a long day. My son’s class headed to Washington D.C. this morning bright and early. Very early. (A similar trip to the one that the Hale eighth grade students went on last week.) I’ve since heard my son’s group made it down there safely, but in the meantime, the news flashed a […]

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In This Week’s Print Edition… May 27, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: NRHS Prom Guests Face Drug Charges After an incident involving Nashoba Regional High School prom-goers, three juveniles—including a Stow resident — face criminal charges for drug distribution. And, the high school’s three towns […]

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Calendar… May 27, 2015

Events at the Randall LibrarY Music at the Library with the Solstice Sackbuts, Thursday, May 28, 7pm – Thanks to a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Randall Library is pleased to have the Solstice Sackbuts on hand to play a classical chamber music program with music from the Renaissance and Middle Ages. For […]

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Nashoba Baseball Holds Mid-Wach Title

By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Regional High School baseball team already won the Mid-Wach B title outright with a 9-1 league record this season, but after falling in consecutive games, the team was looking to get back in the win column against Holy Name.

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