This week’s edition features Stow’s charitable groups. I hope you will take the time to read about the work done primarily by volunteers and see how you can help. If you need help, there are phone numbers and websites where help is available. Cyndy Bremer, publisher/editor/production [email protected]; 978-897-7869
Stow Girl Scouts Wants You to Join the Fun! At Girl Scouts, big adventures and awesome friends always go together. Where else can you zip line through the trees, code your own app, run a cookie business, and so much more? For $25 per year, girls in grades K-12 can experience opportunities to have fun,…
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Library Sets Limits for Students Randall Library Director Melissa Fournier is handing out some old fashioned discipline to control the behavior of middle school students visiting the Randall Library after school… Stow Businesses…
By Michael James LeClair
All season long the Nashoba Regional field hockey team had the upper hand on the opposition, using their speed, strength and skill to climb to the top of the mountain in Central Massachusetts field hockey circuit.
By Jordana Bieze Foster
Yet another football team learned on Saturday what it’s like to think you’ve got Nashoba Regional on the ropes, only to end up being knocked out on the game’s final play. And on Dec. 5, a new generation of Chieftains will learn what it’s like to play in a Super Bowl game at Gillette Stadium.
By Ann Needle
Nashoba Superintendent Michael Wood announced Monday that he will resign as of November 30. The resignation is a leap up from the original date of June 30, 2016, which he announced last month.
9th Annual Stow Gobbler 5K Run/Walk Would you like to work up an appetite this Thanksgiving while helping a good cause? Then consider running, walking, or volunteering in the 9th Annual Stow Gobbler 5K. The race will take place this Thanksgiving morning (November 26), beginning at Stow Community Park and ending at Bose in Stow….
Subscribe for Home Delivery 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…