In This Week’s Print Edition… June 12, 2013

| June 11, 2013

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Project Oversight Committee Takes Over

The Capital Building Projects Oversight Committee is charged with ensuring multiple building options are brought to the next Town Meeting, and that those options not only serve the needs of the town, but are affordable to its residents.  Last night, the committee made a decisive move, taking the fire station project in a new direction…

Stow Man’s Childhood Escape

Your homeland is on the brink of war.  As a Mother, your only chance for survival for your son is to put him on a train, alone,  with nothing more than a small suitcase, a name tag and a teddy bear, destined for another country. There, a very special boarding school will welcome him, promising education, shelter and a chance at life…

Hale Hawks Compete at State Track Meet

To top off a solid season, several members of the Hale track team travelled to Fitchburg State University on Saturday, June 8 to compete with athletes across the state in the third annual Massachusetts Middle School Track and Field Meet…

Oral History Reveals Hidden Stow

An Evening of Oral History opened the summer program of events at the West School on Harvard Road last Sunday evening, where an adult program was offered that included the recollections and remembrances of three longtime town residents.  Jim Sauta, an octogenarian, spoke of the days when the Assabet River Wildlife Refuge served as an ammunition depository during World War II.



Minuteman Career and Technical School’s Class of 2013 Stow Grads

Nashoba Regional High School’s Class of 2013 Class List

2 pages of Graduation photos

NRHS Scholarship and Awards Night



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