In This Week’s Print Edition… June 4, 2014

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

Nashoba Postpones Kindergarten Vote

Last night’s Nashoba School Committee meeting focused on how the district is working to help students lead physically and emotionally healthier lives. But, it was the ongoing argument on combining half- and full-day kindergarten classes that generated the most heat…

Discovery May Lead to New Lyme Treament

A new look into the intricacies of Lyme disease – the dangerous tick-borne infections we pick up in backyards and woodlands here in Boston’s suburbs – shows the corkscrew-shaped bacterium causing Lyme has a surprising metabolic quirk: it needs no iron…

Nashoba Softball Powers Through

The Central Mass. Tournament is in full swing this week and Nashoba Regional’s top-seeded softball team is in the thick of it.
The Chieftains commenced the post-season with a bang last Saturday afternoon as senior pitcher Emily Sargent took command in a Central Mass. Division 1 quarterfinal against ninth-seeded Algonquin Regional. Sargent pitched a complete game, struck out 10 and whacked a home run, powering the Chieftains to a harder-than-it-looked 3-2 victory before a large crowd at home…

Seen & Heard Around Stow

Father and Son Brave the Great Wet North

Hale Baseball Making Strides

Past Tense: Quorum Quarrels (part 2)

Community Photos and Announcements



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