By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Regional High School football team will be looking to move past a tough 2014 season and get back into the playoffs this year.
Submitted by Judy Bass
The upcoming year may be “the most important in Minuteman High School’s history,” said Principal Jack Dillon.
A pending initiative that will significantly affect the Lexington-based school for decades to come is likely to make substantial progress toward being resolved in the next 12 months.
By Ann Needle
Call this the “year of the space” at Nashoba Regional High School, as administration continues to grapple with how to handle more people in an overcrowded building — and even in the parking lots. But the bigger story as school opens September 2 may be who is actually leaving NRHS. One of the biggest changes in personnel will be who is greeting everyone in the front office next week.
Open House for Stow Garden Club The Stow Garden Club will begin their 2015-16 year on September 9 at 7pm at the Union Church in Stow. The initial meeting will be an open house and we welcome anyone interested in getting to know about the organization, our programs for civic beautification donated in various forms […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: CENTER, HALE and NASHOBA BUS ROUTES Selectmen Tackle Noise and Dirt Selectmen on Tuesday night tackled noise and earth removal issues, heard an update about the Randall Library, and unanimously approved the promotion […]