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| December 5, 2012

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Priest Living at St. Isidore Suspended
A priest residing at St. Isidore has been suspended from service due to allegations of “boundary violations with minors.” The charges have been launched against Father Luke Odor by the Archdiocese for the Military, USA, which supervises Roman Catholic clergy servicing the military.
Though living at the St. Isidore rectory, Odor’s primary responsibility was as a chaplain at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Bedford…
Residents Bring Ideas for Lower Village
The Planning Board heard from over 50 participants at a public forum last Wednesday night addressing the future of Lower Village and the town’s main commercial district. The Board had designated sections of the room to host particular topics, and it was in these areas that the most productive conversations took place.
Residents and the Planning Board members agreed that addressing the water issue – lack of a public water system to serve businesses without private water expansion capabilities – is a top priority.  People were also concerned that the…
Developers Looking for Stow Approvals  
Hemmenway  Farm in Stow.  Doesn’t sound familiar? It will soon, if developer Mark White and Bentley Builders get a positive response to their plan for a new subdivision off Walcott Street. The duo, whose biggest local project is  Wildlife Woods off Sudbury Road, are looking to create a neighborhood of a similar style in the southwestern corner of town, with 26 lots on two newly proposed cul de sacs. A public hearing is scheduled next Tuesday night at 7:30PM in Town Building regarding the subdivision plans.
Across town…

Small Business Spotlight: Viable PC 
Past Tense: The Gates Diary
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