In This Week’s Print Edition… June 18, 2014

| June 18, 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


Testing the Limits in ‘Death Race’

“All my friends call me crazy,”  said Stow native Ned Dalzell. The 29-year-old mechanical engineer has signed up to take part in a “Death Race” in Pittsfield, Vt., starting on Thursday, June 27.  Dalzell is ready for any challenge that comes his way…

Nashoba Girls Track Tops the League

Each year, boys’ and girls’ spring track is big at Nashoba Regional, and rightly so. After all, the programs consistently churn out high-achieving teams and record-setting athletes. Against that backdrop, this spring was  a typical one for the Chieftains’ legion of hard-working sprinters, distance runners, jumpers and throwers…

New Assessments Likely for Nashoba

New standardized testing is on the table for the state of Massachusetts for the 2015-2016 school year. Here’s what’s going on at the state and district levels and what it means for the Nashoba Regional School District…

Stow Charitable Giving More Visible

It used to be a letter in the mail –  a letter that made all the difference to those who benefit from social services and those administering those services.  “This year, we decided to do things a little differently and hold a night for the awards at the Randall Library,” said Stow Community Chest President Cathy Petter.


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