Month: August 2015

Space Task Force to Send Back Bids…August 19, 2015

By Ann Needle

Members of the Nashoba Regional High School Space Task Force began detailing its next steps for the 2015/16 school year last night. Its first move was to reject several bids from firms offering to do a thorough study of demographic trends in the district over the next 15 years.

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Stow Teen Takes the Long Trail… August 19, 2015

By Ann Needle
Even the confidence of a 17 year old usually does not go as far as hiking continuously in summer heat for a month over hundreds of miles. For Stow’s Erica Taft, it does.

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Red Sox Program Does More than Play Ball… August 19, 2015

By Jess Thomas
“Tom, there were a lot of great applicants this year, and you made the team,” were the words that Tom Bunnell, a Stow native and Nashoba High senior, heard at Fenway Park back in May.

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Calendar…August 19, 2015

Free Concert! Juke Joint 5 If you’re looking for down home, old school, no-nonsense, house-rocking rhythm and blues, you’ve come to the right place! Come to Stow Community Park on Thursday, August 20, at 6:30pm, to hear the Juke Joint 5. The band focuses on the sounds you might have heard emerging in the early 1950s […]

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The Independent Clause… August 19, 2015

The subscription contest is almost over! Subscribe now to get in on the last few weeks of chances to win a $50 gift card! The end of August is approaching quickly. Since most subscriptions expire at the end of August, please be sure to get your renewal in so that you don’t miss an issue […]

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Public Safety Report… August 19, 2015

Monday August 10, 2015 8:43am MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from Great Road requested an ambulance for a man who was in extreme pain.  The Police and Fire/Rescue responded.  The ambulance transported the man to the hospital. 11:06am ASSIST CITIZEN A walk-in requested to speak with an officer regarding her son.  An officer advised the woman. […]

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Stow Man Faces Ironman Challenge… August 5 2015

By Jess Thomas
With his stomach cramping, he pulled over after completing 50-plus miles of biking and a 2.4-mile swim in Lake Placid, New York.

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Town Halts Collings Museum … August 5 2015

By Nancy Arsenault
“This will really put Stow on the map,” said Town Administrator Bill Wrigley, without enthusiasm. He was referring to the recent decision by the Planning Board regarding the Collings Foundation and the expected court action that will follow.

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Selectmen Line Up for Minuteman… August 5, 2015

By Ann Needle
In an off-schedule meeting last Thursday, the Stow Board of Selectmen unofficially agreed to let the current plans go forward for building a new Minuteman High School.

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