By Cyndy Bremer
Even the efforts of snowmaking machines couldn’t keep up with the warm temperatures this winter, putting a bit of a damper on the seasons for the Nashoba alpine and cross country ski teams.
By Ann Needle
As the Nashoba School Committee closes in on proposing a final 2016/17 budget, the school administration has suggested personnel changes that could have a substantial impact on the district, especially the central office. But these potential plans left a number of questions to be answered before the budget is approved.
As I write this on Tuesday night, waiting for the election results, I hope the numbers for the presidential campaign voter turnout will inspire Stow residents to look at how they might serve at the town level. There are a number of seats coming up for election in May, as explained in Nancy’s article starting […]
stow garden club FREE PRESENTATION The Stow Garden Club will be Wednesday, March 2, at the Union Church at 7pm. Our guest speaker will be Maria von Brincken presenting Classical Vertical Gardening. She is an award-winning certified designer celebrating her 20th year in the professional practice. She will be presenting a power point lecture about vines […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Gleasondale Gets Attention from the Top Last week, State Representative Kate Hogan and members of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation met with Stow Public Safety officials, Selectmen and over a dozen residents who […]