By Ann Needle
If the thought of holiday gifts taking over your home next month brings on a frosty feeling, there is an easy way to make room. Donate your clothes, appliances, and – just about everything else — to the Nashoba RoboChiefs Robotics team, and the team makes the profit while you create some breathing room.
By Nancy Arsenault
An experimental single engine wooden plane fell into the Assabet River seconds after taking off from Crow Island on Tuesday morning. The plane, with a single occupant, nose-dived straight into the bottom of the river in several feet of water about a quarter mile from the tip of Crow Island.
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Eversource and Town Park at Selectmen’s In a rare Wednesday night session, in lieu of meeting on Election Night Tuesday, the Board of Selectmen last week hosted their first meeting in the function…
By Michael James LeClair
Breathe easy, folks. The Nashoba Regional cross country programs is going to be in good shape for years to come.
By Ann Needle
In a continuing discussion, the Nashoba Regional High School’s space crunch was on the agenda at the Oct. 26 School Committee meeting. On a related note, the SC was weighing possible changes to the district’s policy on class sizes.
Free Photo Exhibit Local photographer Linda Shelales will be exhibiting a sampling of her work during the month of November at Nancy’s Airfield Café, 302 Boxboro Rd. She calls the exhibit “Views Near and Far.” You’ll see a variety of scenes, including the Teepee Desert Formations in Arizona, the Boston Skyline, the Sudbury Grist Mill,…
Subscribe for Home Delivery Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition: Community Center Sneak Preview Amidst accolades for architectural design, construction practices and building committee oversite, the loudest praise coming at last Thursday’s dedication for the new Pompositticut Community Center and Fire Station was…