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Lake Boon Water Carnival

A Carousel organ brought in to celebrate the weekend event / Photo Courtesy David Gray The Annual Lake Boon Water Carnival was held over Labor Day weekend, starting Friday evening Sept. 3 and running through Monday, Sept 6. Events included the Lighting of the Lake and Music Boat Friday night, beach games and contests on […]

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Assabet Co-op Market Announces Maynard Location

MAYNARD – A full-service, community-owned grocery store is coming to Maynard, and it will be the only store of its kind in Metro West Boston. Assabet Co-op Market plans to open its doors at 86 Powder Mill Road in 2022. The co-op is owned by almost 1,700 residents and counting who come from 40 local […]

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

STOW AND BOLTON NEW IN THE BOLTON PUBLIC LIBRARY GALLERY: BOLTON AND HARVARD OPEN STUDIOS PREVIEW! For the month of September, the Library’s Gallery space is filled with selections from the upcoming Bolton & Harvard Artists’ Open Studios.  Come see a sampling of paintings, jewelry, fiber art, and photos during the Library’s open hours (Tuesdays, […]

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Over the Fence Post – letters to the editor

Open Letter to Legislators on potential school mask mandate Hello Ms. Hogan & Mr Eldridge, My wife and I reside in Stow and wanted you to hear our voices regarding mask mandates.  We heard there is a bill working it’s way through that mandates masks for children K-12 at schools.  We feel foremost that the […]

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Calendar of Events

Aug. 11, 2021 BOLTON and STOW RANDALL LIBRARY NEWS    We are open Tuesday 9am-8pm, Wednesday and Thursday, 9am-5pm, Friday, 9am-1pm, and Saturday, 9am-1pm.    Check out our new Games and Puzzles section! If you have any games or puzzles to donate, please email the Library at randalllibrary@gmail.com FREE SUMMER YOGA AT STOW COMMUNITY PARK     […]

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Letter to the Editor: High School should be in hybrid model sooner

Posted Dec. 26, 2020 Something is rotten in the Nashoba School District.  Though the School Committee voted to switch to a hybrid learning model at the high school level on March 1st, make no mistake that this was in fact a vote to continue with only a remote learning option for at least another two […]

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Stow man empowers adult dyslexics

Published in the Dec. 2, 2020 Stow and Bolton Independent By Ann Needle Scott Cumming declared his avowed mission these days to be, “I never, ever want anyone believing they were born stupid.” As an adult dyslexic, Cumming’s tool in achieving that goal is dyslexictogether.org, which he is building from his own, painful experiences of […]

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Calendar

Aug. 5, 2020 BOLTON and STOW BACKYARD BOLTON FARMER’S MARKET Backyard Bolton is coming this Saturday, Aug. 8, 10am to 1pm on the Bolton Town Common. We have over 20 Vendors, representing small and backyard farms, small batch product producers, and artisans, coming to the Bolton Town Common. This event gives the Community a chance […]

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Have you seen this week’s edition?

March 18: Did you miss this week’s issue? Stay on top of the Stow/Bolton/Nashoba School news without having to leave your house! Subscribe for home delivery at www.stowindependent.com/subscription-payments You can also purchase a copy at Russell’s in Stow (and Maynard), Colonial Spirits at Stow Plaza, Emma’s Café, Country Cupboard in Bolton, Bolton Orchards, Stowbrook Gulf, […]

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Event Cancellations

HELLO, DOLLY! UPDATE FROM NASHOBA FRIENDS OF DRAMA It is with heavy hearts that we are writing to indefinitely postpone Nashoba Regional High School’s production of Hello, Dolly! which was originally scheduled for March 20-22.  The passion, dedication, and superior effort our students, directors, producers, family, and volunteers have shown has been unbelievable.  We could not be […]

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