In this week’s Print Edition…Nov. 4, 2015

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

Superintendent Wood Resigns

Nashoba Superintendent Michael Wood announced, at the Oct. 28 School Committee meeting, that he will resign his position at the end of this school year when his 5-year contract expires on June 30, 2016. The announcement came as a surprise to many, wondering what will be next for leadership of the school district…

Treaty Elm Intersection Accident Statistics

Over the past three months, four vehicle accidents have occurred at the intersection of Treaty Elm and Gleasondale  Roads. This totals five accidents there since January;  a spot where there are  often one or more crashes annually, according to Stow Police…

Discovery Museums Take it to a New Level

The Discovery Museums in Acton have attracted Stow families with young children for nearly 28 years.  Last week, an official groundbreaking took place for the first major expansion in the Museums’ history – the creation of Discovery Woods, expected to be open by summer of 2016…

Food Truck Heaven

Only a beer festival can take folks away from a Sunday with the New England Patriots on the flat screen — witness the Blues and Brews Festival at Nashoba Valley Winery held Sunday, Oct. 25. But these events do not always feature a choice of food to help soak up the suds. So, it was a clever move for the Winery to throw its own Food Truck Heaven festival right next to the Brews Fest…


Also in this week’s Print Edition…

Past Tense

Community Photos and Announcements



And more!

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