Day: September 24, 2015

Calendar…Sept. 23, 2015

Players wanted for Stow Women’s Over-40 soccer team Looking for fun, camaraderie, and good soccer? Stow Women’s Soccer is looking for players for its Over 40 (year old) team, which plays 6v6 in an Over 40 league. You needn’t be a resident of Stow. The fall season is underway and runs through November 22 ,with […]

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The Independent Clause…Sept. 23, 2015

It seems Stow has lost more than its share of longtime residents and town volunteers recently. This week, we sadly announce the passing of former Police Chief Gene Dwinnells, along with the loss of Christine Way, who volunteered her time on multiple town committees, in the community and in the schools. Their service to the […]

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In this week’s Print Edition…September 23, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Orchard Traffic Plan in Place This past weekend, Stow public safety officials launched the 2015 version of a traffic flow plan developed for the area around Honey Pot Hill Orchards… Aubuchon Celebrates New […]

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Another One for the Nashoba Win Column…Sept. 23, 2015

By Michael James LeClair
On Friday evening, the Nashoba Regional football team continued its hot start to the 2015 season.

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Nutrition on Any Budget…Sept. 23, 2015

By Ann Needle

In today’s America, there is a lot of food out there that does not cost a lot. But, as Registered Dietician Lucy Hutchings pointed out, a good portion of it does not pack a nutritional punch—and that’s a problem for every shopper, especially those on a tight budget.

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Facilities Review at Space Task Force…Sept 23, 2015

By Ann Needle
The Nashoba Regional High School Space Task Force offered a glimpse on Wednesday of what NRHS may need to address to help keep its accreditation.

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