By Michael James LeClair
Any coach will tell you that the perfect team isn’t one loaded with self-centered superstars but instead a squad with a core of players playing together as one cohesive unit with the same ultimate goal. Such is the case at Hale Middle School in Stow.
By Ann Needle
Soaring health costs are not news, but how larger hospitals help control these costs, while still offering quality care, may be a surprise to some. Rather than cutting services, health care is reaching deeper into communities and neighborhoods.
By Ann Needle
At the Feb. 11 Nashoba School Committee meeting, the principals of the district’s schools offered a glimpse into plans for their students and staff, highlighting some of the additions and increases to their proposed 2016/17 budgets. The SC also made plans for finishing up next school year’s budget, and took a first look at the possible calendar for the upcoming school year.
Girl Scout Cookies Are Here! The Stow Girls Scouts will be selling at Shaw’s Feb. 20 and 21. Stop by to get all your favorites! Thin Mints, Caramel de Lites, Peanut Butter Patties, Shortbread, Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Lemonades, Thanks-A-Lot, and Cranberry Citrus Crisps, America’s favorite cookies, are only $5 per box. Cookie sales help support […]
UPDATE ON MINUTEMAN REGIONAL AGREEMENT VOTES To date, nine of the 16 Minuteman School District member towns have held Special Town Meetings related to the approval of the Regional Agreement amendments. It appears all nine have passed the agreements, although Needham’s vote was not confirmed at press time. The towns of Sudbury, Carlisle and Wayland voted to […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Navigating Middle School Cyberworld In today’s world, Middle School friends are found at school, in the neighborhood and in the cyberworld. It’s those virtual friends that can be the most dangerous… ‘The Finest […]