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

Laying Down The Law in Court and Town

Stow Police Prosecutor Gary Murphy has spent his summer days inside Concord District Court where most Stow arrest cases and other disputes are addressed. This past week, Murphy, along with Stow Detective Mike Sallese and Sergeant Tim Lima, were part of the continuing pretrial hearings for Stow residents Bill and Kang Henson and their pending child abuse case, concerning one of their two adopted Haitian sons…

Light Up August at 32 Degrees

Ironically, a month of sunshine and fresh produce gets a bad rap. Even the literary world uses August as a backdrop of doom—witness August, Osage County and Light in August (family dysfunction), and There Will Come Soft Rains (nuclear dysfunction)…

Notes from the Hill

State Representative Kate Hogan joined her colleagues in the House of Representatives to pass major legislation dealing with economic development, water infrastructure, domestic violence, substance abuse treatment, gun safety, campaign finance, and housing authority oversight. Over the past two years, the House and Senate have worked to pass new laws to protect access to reproductive health clinics, institute early voting, and raise the minimum wage to $11 an hour…

Past Tense: The Red Seat


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