Day: October 1, 2015

Field Hockey Continues to Dominate…Sept. 30, 2015

By Michael James LeClair
Unfortunately for the visiting Crusaders of Groton-Dunstable, lightning didn’t strike twice on Tuesday afternoon.

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Opioid Addictions Addressed in Forum…Sept. 30, 2015

By Nancy Arsenault
“I’ve met many recovered alcoholics and cocaine addicts. I have never met a recovered heroin addict,” said Bolton Police Chief Vince Alfano last Wednesday night at the Heroin and Opioid Education Forum in Bolton, sponsored by the Bolton Human Services and Safety Committee.

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Nashoba Studies NEASC and Math…Sept. 30, 2015

By Ann Needle
Wednesday’s Nashoba School Committee meeting focused on two developing topics across the district, along with some unexpected savings in store for Nashoba’s towns.

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In this week’s Print Edition…Sept. 30, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Farming on Faith at Carver Hill A year ago, farmer Chuck Lord was in a coma with a grim prognosis. Through what he and his family consider nothing short of a miracle,  the […]

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The Independent Clause…Sept. 30, 2015

With apple picking time nearing its peak, the Stow orchards and farmstands have been very busy places, and the Stow roads have had their share of ‘busy’ as well. This is an important time for Stow’s agricultural community and I hope you will get out there and support these businesses that help keep the rural […]

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Calendar…Sept. 30, 2015

college planning for the community The Nashoba Regional High School Guidance Office will host a presentation and college fair, featuring the transition to college for students with learning differences, on Wednesday, September 30, 6pm, in the Auditorium. “The best college fit for a successful transition” will be presented. NRHS is located at 12 Green Rd., Bolton. […]

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