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In this week’s Print Edition…Nov. 25, 2015

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Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition:

Seen & Heard Around Stow

Seen and heard around Stow in recent weeks: Dangerous dogs, a change of direction for a housing development, COA Chair stepping down and a new power transmission line proposed for Stow…

Fighting Crime with Big City Methods
Stow Police Chief Bill Bosworth recently said that, despite appearances, there is nothing small town about many situations facing his police force.¬†¬† The escalation of heroin and opioid activity in the region is just one factor behind heightened criminal activity; something that often brings officers face to face with physical dangers that were rare just a short time ago…

Nashoba Begins Budget Tackle

While the resignation of Nashoba Superintendent Michael Wood dominated recent School Committee meetings (see accompanying story), the SC also continued working on pinpointing the district’s fiscal needs for next school year’s budget…


Also in this week’s Print Edition…


Past Tense

Community Photos and Announcements



And more!