In This Week’s Print Edition… March 20, 2013

| March 20, 2013

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Dog Hearing Scheduled

A Dangerous Dog complaint has been filed with the Stow Board of Health by the Boxborough man who was injured during a dog fight at the Delaney Wildlife Management Area on March 2.  David Barr’s filing has led to a Public Dog Hearing scheduled for Tuesday, April 9 at 7pm in Town Building…

Cancer Incidences in Stow

A report by the Massachusetts Cancer Registry, published in November 2011, has received media attention in recent months, as news outlets focus on the cancer statistics gathered by researchers for each of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts in a 5-year period.   Those communities with the highest percentage of reported cases, measured against the expected state average for occurrences, have been ranked…

Bruins P.A.S.S. on Skills to Youth Hockey

The Sudbury Maynard Stow youth hockey program was the recipient of a skills clinic presented by the Boston Bruins and TD Bank, one of ten youth hockey organizations selected from hundreds of applicants throughout New England. The free, on-ice P.A.S.S. (Partnership to Assist Skaters and Shooters) clinic was conducted by Bruins alumni and members of the Boston Bruins Youth Hockey Development Team on Wednesday, March 13 at Navin Arena in Marlborough…


Sounds of Stow Performs Handel’s “Jephtha”

Sounds of Stow Orchestra and Chorus, under the direction of Barbara Jones, will perform Handel’s last and most profound oratorio, “Jephtha”.  This 34th Winter Concert will be held at 3:00 PM on Sunday, March 24.





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