By Michael James LeClair
It didn’t happen overnight but these Nashoba Regional athletes finally feel right at home.
By Nancy Arsenault
Last week, Stow Police Chief Bill Bosworth joined the police chiefs of neighboring towns on a panel addressing Suburban Policing, hosted by the Acton Area League of Women Voters.
By Ann Needle
Almost two dozen schools in Massachusetts and elsewhere in the U.S. have received bomb threats over the past few weeks. This unsettling news was brought home last week when Minuteman High School weathered its own bomb threat, underscoring the importance of a state law requiring schools to have formal plans for handling these emergency situations.
stow garden club make and take The Stow Garden Club invites you to our next meeting at 7pm on Wednesday, February 3, at the Union Church of Stow, 317 Great Rd. The ever-popular Make and Take will be the evening’s fun activity. We are planning a Valentine’s theme, so bring a vase and clippers so […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Selectmen Take to the Streets At its Jan. 26 meeting, the Board of Selectmen put its support behind two key programs that could make life easier for pedestrians around town, including one on […]
The following articles appeared in the January 13 edition of The Stow Independent. The two articles explain more about the two Warrant Articles to be voted on at Stow’s Special Town Meeting on Monday, Feb. 1. Minuteman School District Regional Agreement Amendments By Ann Needle When Stow gathers Feb. 1 at Hale Middle School for […]
The following are the available season-to-date standings as of Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 19: Boys Basketball: 7-2-0 Girls Basketball: 6-4 Boys Hockey: 9-1-0 Girls Hockey: (co-op) 5-4-2 Wrestling: 4-2 Boys Indoor Track: 3-1 Girls Indoor Track: 3-1