Month: September 2016

Girls Soccer Powers Up for the Season…Sept. 21, 2016

By Michael James LeClair
Watch out, Central Mass, here comes the Nashoba Regional girls’ soccer team.

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The Big Fix for Nashoba’s Summer…Sept. 21, 2016

By Ann Needle
The Nashoba School Committee launched a new year at its Sept. 14 meeting by focusing on some outstanding issues from last spring. The primary focus was a review of the progress on fixing some major facilities problems that came up unexpectedly near the end of the 2015/2016 school year.

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Calendar…Sept. 21, 2016

Events at the Randall Library in September Saturday, Sept. 17, 2-3pm, The Randall Library is Celebrating Roald Dahl’s Birthday! – Fun Activities for kids (ages 5+) centered around the creativity and books of Roald Dahl. Ed Morgan “The Music Man”, Friday, Sept. 23, 10:30am  and Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1:30pm –  Providing musical fun for kids […]

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*Updated Sept. 21, 2016: Voters say “Yes” to Minuteman School Building Project Funding

By Cyndy Bremer According to Steve Sharek, Director of Outreach and Development at Minuteman Regional High School, the district-wide vote held on Tuesday resulted in the approval of the funding for the new school building project for the Lexington-based technical/vocational school that services Stow students. The “final unofficial tallies” for the entire school district, as […]

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Nashoba Volleyball Working Hard…Sept. 14, 2016

By Michael James LeClair
The fire that the Nashoba Regional girls’ volleyball team had to jump into to open the 2016 season remained red hot on Thursday afternoon.

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Winning Streak Comes to an End…Sept 14, 2016

By Michael James LeClair
There’s something about success in sports. The more you have and the more you win, the more opponents want to beat you. That’s the case with the Nashoba Regional football team right now.

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Nashoba Answers Library Concerns…Sept. 14, 2016

By Ann Needle
Nashoba Regional High School’s recent move to help alleviate a space crunch triggered a Stow parent to question whether the school made the right decision. But NRHS administration countered that the solution is making for a better academic environment for those looking for a quiet place to study.

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Calendar…Sept. 14, 2016

STOW CUB SCOUT OPEN HOUSE REGISTRATION PIZZA PARTY Stow Cub Scout Pack 39 will be holding its first pack meeting of the year on Wednesday, Sept. 14, from 6:20pm – 7:45pm in the Center School Cafeteria, 403 Great Rd. Boys entering grades 1 through 5 interested in joining cub scouts are welcome to join us […]

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In this week’s Print Edition…Sept. 14, 2016

Subscribe for Home Delivery  Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: One Man’s Trash… Who Will Pick it Up? “When is trash pick-up day?”  That’s the question a number of new residents are asking soon after moving to Stow, according to town officials. It’s […]

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