INTERNET-ONLY EDITION THIS WEEK! This week is an INTERNET-ONLY Edition. There will be NO PRINT Edition. You can find most of the usual features and articles found in the print paper right here. Look for the calendar, police report, classifieds, vacation page, etc. We will be BACK IN PRINT next week for the AUGUST 5 edition. I had a […]
By Kristen Kerouac Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine guilt or innocence until proven in court. Monday July 20, 2015 3:20pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from Bose reported an accident/medical emergency. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. A man was taken to […]
An Open Letter to the Board of Selectmen Regarding ZBA Action on Collings and Crow Island I am disturbed by how the Town is conducting business, the impact to home owners, businesses and to my wallet. I attended the ZBA hearing on July 6th. I listened to legal teams verbally spar, twisting words and selectively […]
Annual Joint Unitarian Universalist Service at FPC On Sunday, August 2, at 10 am, First Parish Church of Stow and Acton (FPC), 353 Great Rd., will host the 12th annual Unitarian Universalist joint service. The service includes the UU churches of Harvard, Littleton, Hudson, Groton, and Lancaster, as well as the interdenominational First Parish of […]
By Michael James LeClair
Once you’ve reach the top of the mountain, the battle doesn’t end. It’s only beginning. You have to work twice as hard if you want to stay there because champions never rest on their laurels. A prime example of this is the Nashoba Regional field hockey program.
The Stow Bike for the Woods ride will be held on Sunday, August 23, beginning at 9:00 a.m. All routes start at the Randall Library in Stow with registration opening at 8:30 a.m.
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By Ann Needle
The Stow Minutemen Co. turned 50 this year, and the math called for a celebration Saturday, July 25 of a legend that has drawn in scores of families in and around Stow. Founded in 1965 as a reenactment group of military and civilian life in Stow as the Revolutionary War broke out, the Minutemen are perhaps best known as the group that marches to Concord on Patriots Day every year, stepping off before the sun rises.
Stories from Stow’s History Compiled by Lew Halprin Governor from Stow Everyone knows that our neighbor, the town of Hudson, had one of its own serve as governor. However, according to a 2003 article by Bob Tremblay for The Daily News and from Internet sources Wikipedia and NNDB, Stow also had a Governor, Governor […]