In This Week’s Print Edition… June 24, 2015

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

Continued Opposition to Minuteman Project

The Board of Selectmen met Tuesday night to hear status updates on some long standing projects to close out the fiscal year…

Nashoba Begins Year-End Review

The issues of the last school year were the focus of Wednesday’s Nashoba School Committee meeting. SC Chair Lorraine Romasco of Bolton gave an overview of the process for replacing Bolton’s Nancy Federspeil and Lancaster’s Julie Fay, who both resigned on June 12. Romasco noted that, under the SC bylaws, the seats must be filled within 30 days of the resignations. The current representatives from each of the two towns are to work with their selectmen to choose a new representative…

Summer Softball Heats Up

For four middle school level softball players, school doesn’t signal the end of the season.  They are part of the team Mizuno Heat that competes in a youth travel softball league as a part of the Amateur Softball Association during the spring and summer..

Past Tense

Community Photos and Announcements



And more!


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