Received March 30, 2016 from The Nashoba Regional School Committee Chair Dear Residents and Members of the Nashoba Regional School District Community, The advisory Screening Committee has completed its work and presented the School Committee with five (5) finalists for Nashoba’s next Superintendent. However, one finalist withdrew due to personal reasons. The School Committee extends […]
By Cyndy Bremer
Nashoba varsity hockey has done it again with a decisive 5-1 victory over Amherst-Pelham in Springfield on Thursday March 17, earning them the Div. 3A State Championship for the second year in a row.
By Nancy Arsenault
March 12 sounded more like the 4th of July, according to some residents who placed anxious phone calls to the Stow Police department. But it wasn’t a case of misplaced fireworks; it was a Fort Devens training exercise.
By Ann Needle
The Nashoba School Committee agreed at its March 16 meeting to put any plans to expand Nashoba Regional High School on hold for now. They also took another look at the proposed 2016/17 calendar, but came away with questions.
How Executive Skills Create Successful Students Executive functioning is a term used to describe the tasks our brains perform that are necessary to think, act, and solve problems. Does your child have difficulty getting started on a long-term assignment? Is she easily distracted and disorganized? Join us on Wednesday, March 23, beginning at 7pm, at […]
Well, I’ve run myself out of room, I guess, so I’ll be brief – not my strongsuit, I’m afraid. A quick, but heartfelt congratulations to the Nashoba hockey team on their second straight State Championship win. And equally heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of several longtime Stow residents that recently passed away. See […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Selectmen Address Town Budget The Board of Selectmen last night addressed several issues, including the Town budget for FY17, sidewalk easements, a look at town-owned properties, and topics looking forward to Town Meeting […]
By Michael James LeClair
The champs are back on their throne. The Nashoba Regional hockey team made it back to back Central Mass. Division 3A titles on Monday night with an 8-0 victory over Oakmont Regional at Fitchburg State University’s Wallace Civic Center.
By Ann Needle
The Stow Conservation Commission heard comments March 8 on its proposed revisions to its land regulations, and began wrapping up a situation surrounding the tenant of a particular parcel of leased farming land.