Month: April 2020

Stow Police Chief relieved of duties

From the town of Stow: On Saturday, April 18, 2020, representatives of the State Police met with Stow Police Chief Ralph “Rusty” Marino at the Stow police department. After that meeting, Chief Marino placed himself on indefinite administrative leave and named Sgt. Darren Thraen as Acting Chief. Chief Marino has been relieved of all duties. […]

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8 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Stow as of April 10

COVID-19 Stow Board of Health Report Week ending 4/10/20:The laboratory confirmed number of COVID-19 cases in Town of Stow is 8 as of 4/10/20. The Board of Health receives this information from the Massachusetts Department of Public (MDPH). As testing becomes more available and more individuals get tested it is likely the number of positive […]

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Summary of Veracka investigation released

PLEASE NOTE: The School Committee will be accepting questions and comments from residents through 5pm TODAY – Wed. April 8. Residents will not be able to participate live in the ZOOM conference app. Please see the bottom paragraphs for more information. April 8, 2020 By Natasha DonOn November 26, 2019 Attorney Tim Norris of Norris, […]

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Confirmed Covid-19 case in Stow

One confirmed Covid-19 case in Stow. See more info from the Stow Board of Health athttps://www.stow-ma.gov/board-health/pages/covid-19-coronavirusinformation-updated-4220

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