In This Week’s Print Edition… April 30, 2014

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Along with the articles featured on our website, you will find the following in this week’s print edition:

School Committee Looks at Police Action

At last night’s School Committee meeting, administrators rushed to assure that, in light of recent commotion at Nashoba Regional High School involving the police, Nashoba is working to keep students safe. And, there may be a proposal involving Stow to ease up what is becoming a space crunch at the high school…

Changing the Spotlight on RFK School

For years, the Robert F. Kennedy Lancaster School has worked with young people who have survived traumatic childhoods at home, and an average of 10 foster home placements per student. And, as more of these students are being placed in Nashoba District schools due to state funding changes,  the school that has gone relatively unnoticed, finds itself in several spotlights. Two local  groups are determined to bring a greater understanding and local support of the school and its students…

Youth Lacrosse Builds Skills with Fun

With it being April vacation week and the priority having fun, one might think kids would do everything in their power to avoid all things educational.  Yet Friday found a dozen 6th-grade boys not just gathered behind Sawyer Middle School in Bolton, but working hard, even learning. And having an absolute blast…

What a Yes or No Means at Town Meeting

Candidates Looking for Votes

Tennis Looking Up


Community Photos and Announcements



And more!


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