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Year: 2019

Designer sought for Lower Village

By Ann Needle The Stow Planning Board is looking for someone to help propel Lower Village business into life after the road project is complete. The Planning Board reviewed changes at its meeting Aug. 6 to a draft request for a proposal seeking a consultant to make design recommendations for Lower Village, and to recommend […]

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Kith and Kin fills a niche

By Ann Needle Has this ever happened to you? It’s Sunday, and your spouse/other half is yelling at the television news shows. There’s a lot of that going around nowadays, so it’s up to you to break the cycle and drag your loved one to brunch. And, thanks to the new Kith and Kin in […]

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New Cheer Coach at Nashoba

By Michael James LeClair The Nashoba Regional cheerleading program enters the 2019-2020 school year in the hands of a new head coach.  Athletic Director Tania Rich and the Nashoba administration have named Brooke Wheeler as the new head coach of the Chieftains. “I’m extremely excited for this opportunity,” said Wheeler, a 2014 graduate of Conant […]

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Funding for Stow ‘last mile’ pilot in final state budget

Submitted by the Office of State Rep. Kate Hogan (Boston) Passed by the legislature and signed by Governor Charlie Baker last week, the $43.1 billion Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) Massachusetts budget will provide a jolt of state funding for the Stow last mile transportation pilot, Bolton culvert repairs, and Assabet Watershed conservation through budget amendments […]

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Stow Police Report

Compiled by Kristen Kerouac Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine guilt or innocence until proven in court. Monday August 5, 2019 8:01am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY A caller from Catherine Circle reported that a sealcoat company was in his neighbor’s yard.  He wanted to […]

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Calendar of Events

AUGUST 14, 2019 STOW EVENTS WINGS & WHEELS AT MINUTEMAN AIR FIELD    Wings & Wheels at Minuteman Airfield in Stow each Thursday, June through August, 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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New Stow Park takes shape

By Ann Needle Few words shout success in Stow louder than “on time and on budget.” And that was the phrase Stow Recreation Director Laura Greenough used to describe the park being installed at 323 Great Rd. At the July 9 Board of Selectmen’s meeting, Greenough joined Conservation Commission Coordinator Kathy Sferra in updating the […]

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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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