By Ann Needle
The restaurant is in the middle of nowhere, its customer base left town years ago, its décor is not exactly cutting-edge — the odds are stacked against survival. Yet Woo Jung blazes on, making a brisk business of its luscious Korean food in the middle of Ayer.
Update-Girls’ Soccer heading to the state championship!
The combination of senior leadership, stellar goaltending, team defense and timely scoring has led the Nashoba girls’ soccer team to the Division 1 state championship game. The Chieftains will face Eastern Mass. champion Central Catholic of Lawrence at Lynn’s historic Manning Bowl at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday…
I have to apologize to Natalie Brown from the Nashoba field hockey team, seen at right, whose photo was featured on last week’s front page. Someone was apparently paying a little too much attention to the election results and forgot to identify Natalie’s photo and give photo credit to Susan Shaye. My apologies! Congratulations to […]
By Ann Needle
Although she’s moving out of town, Kaylin Norris will likely stay in the memory of Stow’s Laura Diamond. As an aquatic therapist, Diamond guided the 10-year-old Kaylin from the effects of a stroke on her left side before she was born to what Diamond described as a young woman “probably ahead of many of her peers in terms of water safety skills.”
randall library events in November (http://www.randalllibrarystow.org) Thursday, Nov. 17, 7pm “Libertarians on the Prairie: Laura Ingalls Wilder, Rose Wilder and the Making of the Little House Books”: Author reading and lecture with Christine Woodside – Offering a unique, well-researched and fascinating look into the writing of the Little House on the Prairie series of books, “Libertarians […]