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Day: October 22, 2015

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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Nashoba 8th Grade Chiefs to Playoffs…Oct. 21, 2015

By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Youth Football eighth grade team defeated Groton Sunday afternoon on the road by a final score of 34-6 to secure its spot in the playoffs.

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Chieftains Take Down Leominster, Remain Undefeated…Oct. 21, 2015

By Michael James LeClair
Entering Friday night, the Nashoba Regional and Leominster High School football teams were both flawless through five games. When the two squads stepped onto the gridiron at Doyle Field, something had to give.

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New Development Moving Forward…Oct. 21, 2015

By Nancy Arsenault
In September, the Planning Board approved a permit modification for a 66-unit Active Adult Neighborhood on Boxboro Road, to be named Ridgewood at Stow.

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In this week’s Print Edition….Oct 21, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Orchards Provide More than Apples Stow offers some unique employment opportunities when apple picking season rolls around. According to orchard owners, Stow residents are more than eager to take advantage of the part-time…

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