Month: September 2015

Calendar…Sept. 2015

college planning for the community The Nashoba Regional High School Guidance Office Senior College Planning Night on Wednesday, September 16, 6:30pm, at the NRHS Auditorium. Guidance counselors will be present to answer questions about the “nuts and bolts” of the college application process.    There also will be a presentation and college fair, featuring the transition to […]

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Loss to L-S Will be Learning Tool…Sept. 16, 2015

By Michael James LeClair
When girls’ soccer powerhouse Lincoln-Sudbury comes to your house, you know you’re in for a battle; the Nashoba Regional team can tell you all about it.

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Don’t Toss It, Learn How to Fix It …Sept. 16, 2015

By Nancy Arsenault
We all have them – in the basement, garage and attic – broken or unusable items that have collected over the years, waiting for that day sometime in the future when we might have the time or the skills, to bring them back to life.

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Digital Learning Plan for Nashoba…Sept. 16, 2015

By Ann Needle
As the Nashoba School Committee last Wednesday continued to work through goals for the year, it also took a closer look at some of the challenges of bringing technology into the classroom.

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Volleyball Keeping an Eye on the Prize…Sept. 9, 2015

By Michael James LeClair
After qualifying for the Central Massachusetts District Tournament in 2014, the Nashoba Regional girls’ volleyball squad is optimistic it can get back to the Promised Land this fall.

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The Fairest Fests of Fall…Sept. 9, 2015

By Ann Needle
Chances are you have heard about a fall festival when it is too late, yet forget about it the following year. Before fall 2015 also slips away into kids’ soccer schedules and yard maintenance, note some of these fairs and festivals in the general area. We have focused on those events you may not know about, but appear to pack fun for many ages on a sunny weekend.

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Ultralights Flying by the Rules…Sept. 9, 2015

By Nancy Arsenault
“For my wife and me, the mental stress was terrible, much worse than worrying about the money we spent,” said Rob Albright, owner of Crow Island Airpark that hosts primarily ultralight planes for recreational flying. With a Zoning Board of Appeals decision recently issued to overturn the Building Inspector’s cease and desist order for flying activities on the island, Albright is now legally allowed to resume flights – as he has been doing since the 1970s, according to testimony offered to the ZBA.

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The Independent Clause…Sept. 9, 2015

I referred to the waning daylight hours last week as a sign that, despite the current temperatures, it is September. And another clear reminder can be found on page 4 of this week’s paper. The calendar is fully stocked with just Stow events. Please remember when submitting calendar items, it is up to the organizer/host […]

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Calendar…Sept. 9, 2015

BASKETBALL REGISTRATION FOR THE 2015-16 SEASON IS NOW OPEN SYBA (Stow Youth Basketball Association) is now accepting registration for the 2015-16 season for both the Bomber’s Basketball program (Gr. 1-2) and the Stow Recreation Basketball program (Gr. 3-8).  Go to www.stowhoops.org to register. Deadline is September 30. open house for stow garden club The Stow […]

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