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Month: November 2015

The Independent Clause…Nov. 18, 2015

For some reason that I have yet to discover, Tuesdays are just the worst day. I know some of that is just because I’m on print deadline for Stow, but there’s more to it than that. For instance, for the last three weeks, on Tuesdays only, I’ve had computer trouble. Primarily, my internet has acted up […]

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In this week’s Print Edition…Nov. 18, 2015

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Noise Bylaw Shut Down at Town Meeting Five percent of Stow’s registered voters, 266 people, turned out for Monday night’s Special Town Meeting at Hale Middle School.  That group voted down the revised […]

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Calandar…Nov. 18, 2015

LOCAL PLANNING FOR CLIMATE RESILIENCE How should we prepare for a changing climate? The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is working with Stow and 12 surrounding towns to create an actionable Climate Resilience Plan for our region. Come to a public forum on Thursday, November 19, from 6:30pm to 8:45pm, at the Acton Town Hall, […]

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Close Game Ends Girls Soccer Season…Nov. 11, 2015

By Jess Thomas
The Nashoba Regional High School girls soccer team lost a heart wrenching battle to Wachusett 1-1 (4-3 penalty kicks) in a Central Mass. Division 1 quarterfinals match Saturday on the road.

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Football Moves on to Division Finals after Win…Nov. 11, 2015

By Jordana Bieze Foster
Stow senior Egan Bachtell had the first two-touchdown game of his football career and Jamie Tucker notched his first playoff victory as the Nashoba Regional head coach on Friday night in Bolton, as the top-seeded, undefeated Chieftains outlasted 4-seed Marlborough 28-14.

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Knowing the Signs of Teen Trouble…Nov. 11, 2015

By Ann Needle
The long list of adjectives to describe it range from “fun” to “frustrating,” yet the term “adolescence” did not exist (officially) until 1906. It can be a tough time for both teens and their parents — but when does that challenge turn into a crisis?

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The Independent Clause…Nov. 11, 2015

Because of the Veteran’s Day holiday, there was no mail delivery on Wednesday, Nov.11, so although the paper was printed  and available in stores on its usual schedule, home delivery could not be made until Thursday. Next Monday, Nov. 16, is Special Town Meeting. The full warrant of articles was distributed several weeks ago inside […]

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Calandar…Nov. 11, 2015

ANNUAL HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR The Annual Holiday Craft Fair, sponsored by The Stow Friends of the Council on Aging, will be held on Saturday, November 14, from 9am to 3pm at St. Isidore Church, located at 429 Great Rd. You are invited to take advantage of the great holiday craft shopping provided by carefully selected […]

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Field Hockey at Top of the League…Nov. 4, 2015

By Jess Thomas
After losing in the state title game last season, the Nashoba Regional field hockey team has kept the ball rolling in an elite direction with a 4-1 victory over Lincoln-Sudbury on Monday, Oct. 26 at home.

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