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Stow Selectmen: Police reform and vaccines

| March 13, 2021

With the Selectmen’s meeting running more than three hours on Tuesday, March 9 as the Independent prepared to go to press, last week’s paper covered only the first portion of the meeting. Below, is the remainder of the discussion items. By Ann Needle The Stow Police continues to work toward bringing the force and its […]

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NEW COVID-19 Vaccine Telephone Assistance

NEW COVID-19 Vaccine Telephone Assistance

| February 5, 2021

If you are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and are having trouble getting an appointment online, you can now call this number to get assistance over the phone.

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NRSD Superintendent Brooke Clenchy resigns

| February 3, 2021

In a press release sent to local media, the Nashoba Regional School District announced that Superintendent Brooke Clenchy has tendered her resignation, effective at the end of this school year. Also included was the resignation letter sent to the School Committee by Clenchy. Both are posted below: Nashoba Regional School Committee Accepts Resignation of Superintendent […]

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K-8 Nashoba schools will remain hybrid after vacation

| December 27, 2020

Posted Dec. 27, 2020 By Natasha Don A special meeting of the School Committee was held Dec. 21 to discuss one agenda item- the district learning model after Winter Break. This topic was discussed briefly at the Dec. 16 Committee meeting but was relegated to the 21st for a final decision. Committee Chair Kathy Codianne […]

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Obituary: Kathy Olohan, 78

Obituary: Kathy Olohan, 78

| December 26, 2020

Posted Dec. 26, 2020 STOW: Carmelita Catherine (“Kathy”) Olohan nee Ryan, age 78, passed away in her home in Stow, Mass. on Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on Jan. 3, 1942 to Thomas Patrick and Helen (Clouse) Ryan in Somerset, Ohio. Kathy, known as Kate in her youth, grew up on […]

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Questions about in-person return for high school

| October 11, 2020

Sept. 30. 2020 By Natasha Don The School Committee convened on Sept. 23 to discuss the particulars of remote learning at Nashoba Regional High School. The high school’s administrative team walked through a presentation on the current learning model and answered the Committee’s questions. Superintendent Clenchy shared a brief MSBA update, and Business Manager Pat […]

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Selectmen hear plans for Hallocks Point and outdoor dining

| September 9, 2020

Sept. 9, 2020 By Ann Needle           The Board of Selectmen, at their Tuesday, Sept. 8 meeting, heard about the latest plans for possibly securing a major parcel under Chapter 61. And, for those seeking pandemic relief, the Board also gave a nod to some temporary regulations allowing restaurants around Stow to set up outdoor […]

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OBITUARY: Richard Versoi, Stow

OBITUARY: Richard Versoi, Stow

| September 8, 2020

Richard Peter Versoi, 92 Stow–Mr. Richard P. Versoi, 92, of Stow, Mass., formerly of Bedford, Mass. passed away peacefully on Sept. 7, 2020 at Nashoba Valley Care Center. He was married to the late Mrs. Chellis L. Versoi.      Born in Seattle, Wash. on July 11, 1928, he was the son of the late Arthur […]

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Updated/Corrected info from Stow Board of Health

| August 20, 2020

An older version of information from the Stow Board of Health was inadvertently published in this week’s paper. Please see the updated/corrected information below. My apologies for the error! Board of Health Bytes  Town residents are welcome to attend the monthly meetings; scheduled for the second Thursday of the month. Please check the Board of […]

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Nashoba District student start date pushed to Sept. 16

Nashoba District student start date pushed to Sept. 16

| August 4, 2020

Hybrid model planned as District awaits further information from the state Aug. 5, 2020 By Natasha Don The special School Committee meeting continued on July 29 with what Committee Chair Kathryn Codianne described as “A one item agenda with multiple parts.” The item in question was the Fall 2020-2021 school reopening. With the state now […]

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