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Maynard Fine Arts Grand Re-opening

Printed in the May 11, 2022 edition By Apara Borrowes The Grand Re-Opening of the Maynard Fine Arts Theatre and the Maynard Creamery is just around the corner with a showing of “Downton Abbey: A New Era” on May 20, the world premier date. The nostalgia this small historic theater offers, of stepping back into […]

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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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Frost Call connects veterans through gaming

Contributed by D.J. Wu Frost Call, a non-profit veterans’ service organization, has been helping veterans in the greater Boston area since 2019. Their unique approach uses video gaming as a catalyst for connecting veterans with one another as well as with helpful resources. With a growing community and peer support initiative called the Battle Buddy […]

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$5 Meals Go Toward Helping Neighbors

May 13, 2020 By Kayla Voigt Stevie Dembro, owner of Stevie’s Back Road Cafe in Hudson, knows what it’s like to be down on your luck. “I come from the inner city projects. I know what it’s like to not have a meal. I know what it’s like to not eat,” he said in a […]

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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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<> + 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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A different perspective on problem solving

By Natasha Don For the second year in a row, Nashoba Regional High teachers Melissa Foley-Procko, Taryn Grigas, and Mary Marotta have implemented a project geared toward collaborative learning called the Design Thinking Challenge. “Whenever I ask kids what they most remember from the year, it was always when they did something; whether they did […]

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Nashoba Regional High School Graduation 2019

Congratulations to the Nashoba Regional High School Class of 2019 on your graduation! Commencement was held on Sunday, June 9 at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass. All photos by Jonathan Daisy [soliloquy id=”10969″]

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Sustainable Stow invites new members… Aug. 22, 2018

By Apara Borrowes Stow is a Green Community, and not just because of its wonderful forests. Stow was given the Green Community designation by the state’s Green Communities Program in 2015, for efforts toward making Stow a more energy-efficient, sustainable community. The Stow Energy Working Group, which sought the Green Communities status on behalf of […]

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