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Day: May 20, 2016

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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Girls Tennis Making their Mark…May 18, 2016

By Michael James LeClair
The Nashoba Regional girls’ tennis team has established itself as one of the premier programs in Central Massachusetts.

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Nashoba Approves New Grad Rules…May 18, 2016

By Ann Needle
The relatively brief May 11 Nashoba School Committee meeting was devoted primarily to approving more than 15 updated district polices, with several not having been been reviewed in over a decade. The SC also heard that the district’s finances are healthy, anticipating the release of a first-time analysis of Nashoba’s business practices.

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In this week’s Print Edition…May 18, 2016

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: State Laws Enforced for Lake Boon Boating The Lake Boon Commission held a public forum at Hale Middle School Tuesday night that attracted nearly 100 people. The attendees were primarily residents from Stow…

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