Month: July 2019

NO PRINT papers Aug. 28 – Weekly print resumes Sept. 4

Welcome to the Online Edition for Aug. 28, 2019! This is the paper for this week. There will be no print edition. We will resume our regular weekly print schedule starting next week, with the Sept. 4 edition. Happy Back to School and summer’s end!

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Year-end tasks for Stow Selectmen

By Ann Needle           During its final meeting before the fiscal year ends June 30, the Stow Board of Selectmen on June 25 tended to the annual routine business that keeps the town running.           There were also other pieces of news sprinkled into that annual ritual.           The Board officially approved a Conservation Restriction […]

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<> + micro = summer fun

By Ann Needle If you were a speakeasy, where would you hide? The answer is, at least in the town of Hudson, downstairs from an ice cream shop.  This so-called “speakeasy” is actually a delectable dinner stop. Called “Less Than Greater Than,” the proprietors often use “<>” in discussing their clandestine, sign-free operation. The first […]

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Nashoba student on target for scholarship and awards

By Michael James LeClair Jacki Smith was only in fourth grade when she first picked up the sport of archery.  “I tried every sport under the sun before trying archery,” said Smith, a Stow native. “I tried soccer, basketball, swimming. I even tried horseback riding and none of them ever stuck with me. I started […]

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Calendar… July 3, 2019

STOW EVENTS WINGS & WHEELS AT MINUTEMAN AIR FIELD             Wings & Wheels at Minuteman Airfield in Stow each Thursday, June through August (except July 4th), 5 to 8pm. See displayed airplanes, custom and vintage vehicles, enjoy snacks or dinner with burgers, hotdogs, vegetarian options, pizza, desserts, fresh lemonade, beer, wine. Leashed pets allowed. Hosted […]

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Stow Public Safety Log

Excerpts from the Stow Public Safety log, compiled by Kristen Kerouac Monday June 24, 2019 11:22am ANIMAL A caller from Johnston Way requested to speak with the Animal Control Officer regarding issues with a dog.  The Animal Control was notified. 11:44pm MEDICAL EMERGENCY A caller from Peabody Drive requested assistance for a man who fell […]

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Bolton Police Log

Excerpts from the Bolton Police log, compiled by Lynda King. Police Log: June 24 – 30  This week police made 126 traffic stops, which resulted in 41 citations, 80 warnings and five summonses. They also fielded 10 calls about disabled vehicles, helped one motorist regain entry to a locked car, and issued one parking ticket. […]

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Summer Fireworks in Mass.

For a listing of Fireworks displays in Mass. by town, go here: https://www.bostoncentral.com/events/massachusetts_fireworks/p21018.php For a listing of Fireworks displays in Mass. by date, go here: https://www.bostoncentral.com/events/massachusetts_fireworks/p5389.php

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Classifieds

FOR SALE Three piece living room set by Berkline. Reclining sofa, loveseat and rocker-recliner chair. Good condition. 195.00 for set Call 1-978-897-3959. Nixalite Squirrel Trap-SW2424-brand new in box 25.00. Eureka Sunrise Tent-6 person-10’x10’ with canopy-Excellent condition 50.00. Eureka Timberline II Tent-2 person-5’x7’-Good condition 15.00. Camping cots-Aluminum frame-Good condition 2 @ 15.00 each. Paladin LAN Cable […]

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Crafters Wanted for Holiday Fair

Sponsored by:  Stow Friends of the Council on Aging Attention:  Artists, Artisans and Crafters!  We are now accepting applications to reserve vendor sites at our upcoming holiday fair. We are looking for those vendors who have unique and hand-crafted items to sell. Date:  Saturday, November 2, 2019 Time:  9 am – 3 pm Place:  Pompositticut […]

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