Month: October 2015

Girls Soccer Will Move on to Defend Title…Oct. 28, 2015

By Michael James LeClair
The champs will be back in the ring with a chance to defend their title.

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Nashoba’s Finances on Course…Oct. 28, 2015

By Ann Needle
The Nashoba School District’s first quarter financial results show that spending is on target, while the School Committee continued to gather information for helping to forecast the 2016/17 budget. Last Wednesday’s SC meeting also featured a glimpse into some new, cutting-edge technology classes at Nashoba Regional High School.

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Another Win for the Undefeated Chieftains…Oct. 28, 2015

By Michael James LeClair
The Nashoba Regional football team welcomed Fitchburg High last Friday night and shook off the pesky Red Raiders to remain unbeaten on the season with a 28-7 victory.

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The Independent Clause…Oct. 28, 2015

In this week’s edition you will find The Special Town Meeting Warrant inserted into the paper. Please hold onto this as it is the only copy you will receive. The Special Town Meeting will take place on Monday, Nov. 16. We also have several article that discuss several of the major articles on the warrant, […]

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Calendar…Oct. 28, 2015

Stow democrats meet The  Stow Democratic Town Committee will meet Wednesday, October 28, 7:15pm, at Red Ginger Restaurant. New members welcome. If you find the  2016  GOP  presidential candidates aPAULing, then you may want to get involved with the Stow DTC  soon. For more information contact James Cohen at DrJPCohen@aol.com. 9th Annual Stow Gobbler 5K […]

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In this week’s Print Edition…November 11, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: To House or Not to House on 323 Great Rd. The Board of Selectmen last night approved police and fire department personnel changes, and heard of the final plans being considered for uses […]

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Nashoba Superintendent Resigns… Updated Oct. 30, 2015

By Ann Needle In a surprise move, Nashoba Superintendent Michael Wood announced he will resign his post as of June 30, 2016. Wood’s letter of resignation was presented to a hushed School Committee at the end of its meeting Wednesday night (Oct. 28). The committee voted unanimously to accept the resignation. Details on the resignation […]

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Calendar…Oct. 21, 2015

Social Skills Curriculum and Supports: Preschool to High School Nashoba SEPAC, along with the District’s Special Education Dept., welcome parents/guardians and other interested parties to attend a free lecture on Wednesday, October 21, beginning at 7pm. Presenters Valerie Beyranevand, MS, CCC-SLP and Kristen Diggins, MS, CCC-SLP, will provide an overview of the programs and approaches […]

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The Independent Clause…Oct. 21, 2015

Next week, the Special Town Meeting warrant will be inside every copy of the paper with distribution to every Stow address. There will also be text on the pages of the paper further explaining some of the warrant articles to be voted on at Special Town Meeting on Monday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. The […]

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