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Day: October 8, 2015

Calendar…Oct. 7, 2015

make and take at Stow Garden Club The Stow Garden Club will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, October 7, at 7pm, at the Union Church in Stow. The ever-popular “Make and Take” event invites you to come and make a fall arrangement and take it home with you. Bring a small- to medium-size container…

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The Independent Clause…Oct. 7, 2015

The Stow Board of Assessors has issued the FY16 individual property assessments, which can be found on the town website. There is a limited timeframe in which to address any concerns with the Assessor’s office. Please read the notice on page 3 for further information and details. The Halloween Candy displays are really getting the…

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In this week’s Print Edition…Oct. 7, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Court Rules Against Plantation II, ZBA For the past five years, Stow resident Gregory Reynolds has fought against construction of a new Plantation Apartments multi-unit building that he claimed would adversely affect his…

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XC Teams Running Perfect Seasons…Oct. 7, 2015

By Michael James LeClair
On Tuesday afternoon the Nashoba Regional cross country teams welcomed North Middlesex Regional to Bower Springs Conservation Land looking to remain perfect on the 2015 season.

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Concussions Are Not Created Equal…Oct. 7, 2015

By Jordana Bieze Foster
Parents of local youth and high school athletes got some help navigating the complexities of concussion injuries on Sunday from one of the best known concussion experts in the country, and learned that there are steps parents and coaches can take to minimize young athletes’ risk of serious brain injury.

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Minuteman Hosts Project Forum…Oct. 7, 2015

By Ann Needle
Minuteman High School held the last in a series of forums Friday morning for officials of its 16 member towns. Attracting about 40 attendees, the forum focused on details behind potential project costs and logistics for approving construction of a new, approximately $145 million technical high school in Lexington.

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