Compiled by Kristen Kerouac Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine guilt or innocence until proven in court. Monday August 8, 2016 10:12am ACCIDENT A caller on South Acton Road reported that a car hit a tree. The Police and Fire/Rescue responded. […]
FOR SALE Rubber Stamps, JustRite sets with various size alphabets and numbers; borders and sentiments. Many unused. Other misc. stamps. $22. 978-562-2826 General Altima Arctic snow tires. Size 225/60 R 16 98Q. Practically new. Can be used in any season. $25 each. (Cost over $100 new). 978/897-5773 Wire dog crates. 24” w/puppy divider, $15.00. 2 […]
OBITUARY: William Clack, 56, of Stow William Clack, a Stow resident for many years, died unexpectedly at age 56 in his home August 10. The cause of death was heart disease. Mr. Clack, who was born in Pittsburgh, grew up in the nearby suburb of Glenshaw, PA. He attended Shady Side Academy, and he graduated […]
8/17/16 5TH ANNUAL WIN-WIN AT THE RANDALL LIBRARY Tuesday, Aug. 2 through Friday, Aug. 19, the Randall Library is offering a terrific win-win in conjunction with the Stow Food Pantry. Simply bring in any new/unused personal care product from the list provided and we will forgive up to $3 of your existing library fines! (“Billed” […]
Important information regarding water conservation from the Stow Board of Health It is important to remember that we are in the 2nd year of a continuing drought and there is no sign that there is any relief in sight. Anything each of us can do to help conserve water and lower water usage is critical […]
What Happened…. and Why?!! All those who attended Special Town Meeting on August 8, or who read the newspaper reports since, have to ask themselves: What happened and why??!! My husband and I offered a gift of $140,000 for the Town to purchase the Chapter 61 Hammerhead lot on Boxboro Road for Conservation. Our objective […]
By Ann Needle
Earlier this month, 16 teens from Nashoba’s Extended School Year program surprised police officers in Stow, Bolton, and Lancaster with a very enthusiastic and personal “thanks” for their service.