Month: May 2016

Girls Track Takes League Championship…May 25, 2016

By Cyndy Bremer
Nashoba girls track won the Mid-Wach B League Championship on May 18 in Bolton after a perfect 6-0 season. Nashoba netted 149 points with Westboro taking second with 131.5 points and Marlborough taking third with 121.5pts

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What’s Next for Minuteman Building…May 25, 2016

By Ann Needle
While an overwhelming majority of Minuteman High School’s member towns accepted the vocational school’s planned building project this spring, rejection by one town was enough to scuttle those plans for now. But, at Minuteman’s May 17 School Committee meeting, it was clear that administration has not given up on project.

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Technology Tops Nashoba List…May 25, 2016

By Ann Needle
The Nashoba District is aiming to make the technology needed for learning a top priority, after the release of a report by a state-wide professional organization of school administrators. The Nashoba School Committee used most of its May 18 meeting to begin analyzing the results of a study by the MA Association of School Business Officials of the district’s operations, and to begin prioritizing which areas are most crucial to address in the coming school year.

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Calendar…May 25, 2016

stow democrats meet The Stow Democratic  Town Committee will meet Wednesday May 25, at 715pm at Randall Library, 2nd floor. Topics will include endorsement of a candidate for Governor’s Council and the upcoming state convention. New members welcome, For more information, contact us at  stowdtc@gmail.com. Bicycle Recycle Day in Stow Recycle your bicycle for free […]

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The Independent Clause…May 25, 2016

To quickly follow up on my Windows 10 fiasco– overall, the operating system was okay, except it didn’t play well with my publishing software, which was a deal breaker. (It also led me to overwrite the Bolton paper file update, creating a lot of unnecessary work). So I ended up rolling back to Windows 7, […]

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In this week’s Print Edition…May 25, 2016

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Land Options a Priority at Selectmen’s Two parcels of land on Boxborough Road have been offered to the Selectmen for purchase consideration at last night’s Board of Selectmen meeting.  The Board also appointed […]

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Calendar…May 18, 2016

Visit Stow’s Hidden Treasure The Stow West School Museum opens its doors on Sunday, May 22, from 12- 4pm. The historic brick West School was Stow’s District 3 school from 1825-1903.  Located on its original site at the intersection of Harvard and Hiley Brook roads, West School affords an in-depth look into schooling where One […]

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The Independent Clause…May 18, 2016

Well, this should be an interesting paper. In the middle of Tuesday afternoon, Windows 10 randomly started downloading onto my computer. Shutting down my access to my computer and changing the entire operating system. While I was working. In the middle of my craziest deadline day. I had no choice but to let it downlaod, […]

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