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Day: June 16, 2016

In This Week’s Print Edition… June 15, 2016

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Selectmen not Slowing Down for Summer Summer will be anything but slow for the Selectmen who, at their meeting Tuesday night, scheduled a Special Town Meeting for Aug. 8 and discussed the potential…

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Girls Tennis are District Champs… June 15 2016

The Nashoba Girls Tennis team won the District Championships on June 9 when they defeated Shrewsbury 3-2. The team, with a 19-1 overall record going into the post-season, moved on to the state division semi-finals. Facing Western MA champions Longmeadow, the Chieftains racked up a 5-0 victory and the chance to compete in the state…

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Calendar… June 15, 2016

Stow Democrats meet The Stow Democratic Town Committee will meet at 7:15pm Wednesday,  June 15, at Randall Library. Topics will include planning for the general election, follow-up of the recent state convention, and consideration of candidates for Governor’s Council. New members are welcome. Upcoming Events at the Randall Library in June (For more, go to…

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No Backing Down for NRHS Grads… June 15, 2016

By Ann Needle It was a day that celebrated the compassion— and determination —of teens heading into the world. Nashoba Regional High School’s Class of 2016 received their diplomas June 12 amid an almost-capacity crowd at Worcester’s DCU Center. The packed audience stemmed from family and friends of one of the largest graduating classes in…

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Tri-Town Questions School Choice… June 15, 2016

By Ann Needle Though it is no longer offered by the Nashoba Regional District, school choice became a key topic of conversation at the June 8 Tri-Town meeting in Stow. Officials from Nashoba’s three towns also heard an update on the re-accreditation process at Nashoba Regional High School, along with an update on Minuteman High…

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