By Nancy Arsenault
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 and Hudson living around the lake who came to hear about the pending enforcement of local bylaws and state regulations governing boating activity on Lake Boon.
By Ann Needle
The Nashoba School Committee focused on personnel changes at its May 31 meeting, approving both a contract for the incoming superintendent and changes to the job descriptions of some key district personnel. And, Nashoba’s towns can look forward to receiving an outlook on Nashoba’s upcoming budget earlier than in past years.
wings & wheels is back Wings & Wheels returns for the summer, from Thursdays, June 2 – August 25 (except July 7), 5pm – 8pm, at Minute Man Air Field in Stow. Planes and cars. Food and libations. Plenty of show car and public parking. Donations to benefit local and international Rotary service projects. Contact email@example.com […]
My condolences to Dwight Sipler and friends and family of Barbara Sipler on her passing last week. When Nancy and I started the paper nine years ago, Barbara kindly offered her thoughts and well wishes in the first edition, writing a very nice welcome. Barbara served the town well and made many friends and acquaintances […]
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Organic, Nut-Free Ice Cream in Stow Milk. Cream. Sugar. Eggs. The basic ingredients for ice cream are pretty simple. Finding those ingredients within the organic category, matching them with organic flavorings and mix-ins […]