Tons and Tons in this week’s edition– pick up a copy and see for yourself!
By Ann Needle Stow’s Ari Schultz and his family have become the cornerstone of a major community effort to support them through an almost incomprehensible situation. The good news is 5-year-old heart transplant recipient Ari is improving, while friends and neighbors work to muster the financial support the family needs to re-build their mold-infested home. […]
By Ann Needle Stow rejoiced last month when 5-year-old Ari Schultz received a long-awaited heart transplant. While his family was the first to say that the transplant process is difficult and not a guarantee for the recipient, they knew that another family, in the midst of heartbreak and loss, had given Ari a fighting chance […]
By Nancy Arsenault With one of the largest warrants in recent years, the Annual Town Meeting is scheduled for two nights of voting to get through all of the articles. Beginning Monday May 1, voters will be asked to approve an operating budget that continues Stow’s trend of minor increases in spending, without the need […]
By Nancy Arsenault The nearly-completed Maynard leg of the Assabet River Rail Trail offers Stow residents another access point to the Trail, despite there being no official route through Stow. This newest spur, including the final section of the route through Acton, totals 3.4 miles from the Stow/Maynard line to the terminus of the entire […]
She packed her seven versalia, put her initial into the belt and made herself on the way. When she reached the first hills of the Italic Mountains, she had a last view back on the skyline of her hometown Bookmarksgrove, the headline of Alphabet Village and the subline of her own road, the Line Lane. […]