CALENDAR OF EVENTS

STOW AND BOLTON NEW IN THE BOLTON PUBLIC LIBRARY GALLERY: BOLTON AND HARVARD OPEN STUDIOS PREVIEW! For the month of September, the Library’s Gallery space is filled with selections from the upcoming Bolton & Harvard Artists’ Open Studios.  Come see a sampling of paintings, jewelry, fiber art, and photos during the Library’s open hours (Tuesdays, […]

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Stow Police Arrest Man Following Standoff

From the Stow Police Department STOW — Chief Michael Sallese reports that the suspect who had barricaded himself inside his Great Road home this evening has been taken into custody. CHARLES R. CLAUSSEN, AGE 30, OF STOW was arrested on outstanding warrants out of Lowell, Marlborough and Framingham District Courts. Additional charges may be forthcoming as a […]

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Civility and car license discussions at Select Board

By Ann Needle Aug. 11, 2021           The Select Board approved two Class II auto dealer licenses at its Aug. 10 meeting, yet continued its debate over whether these businesses belong at their Lower Village location, at 92 Great Rd.           But first, the Board touched upon some sharp criticism of another Town committee at […]

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Over the Fence Post – letters to the editor

Open Letter to Legislators on potential school mask mandate Hello Ms. Hogan & Mr Eldridge, My wife and I reside in Stow and wanted you to hear our voices regarding mask mandates.  We heard there is a bill working it’s way through that mandates masks for children K-12 at schools.  We feel foremost that the […]

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Stow Public Safety Log

Compiled by Kristen Kerouac Monday August 2, 2021 9:41am ASSIST CITIZEN A walk-in reported that the IRS sent her a license that was not hers.  An officer advised her to contact the IRS to resolve the issue. Tuesday August 3, 2021 12:34pm ANIMALA caller from Great Road reported that a bat bit her cat.  She […]

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Stow Town Beach reopened

Stow Town Beach Update! Posted by Stow Recreation Department The beach is reopened as of today, August 10, 2021! The Board of Health conducted an inspection on Monday, August 9th and they did not see a Cyanobacteria (cHAB) bloom at the time of the inspection and therefore, do not see reason to keep the beach closed. For […]

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Obituary: Evelyn Kobus, age 90

Evelyn Kobus, age 90 CLINTON–Evelyn L. (DiPietro) Kobus, 90, passed away peacefully on Sunday, August 8, 2021 at UMass Medical Center in Worcester.  She is reunited with her late husband Robert Kobus.  She is survived by her children and their spouses, John Trautner of Florida; James Trautner & Debbie; and Russell Trautner & Lynn, all […]

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Nashoba’s Biggs named Coach of the Year

Coach Matt Biggs By Michael James LeClair Aug. 9, 2021 Nashoba Regional boys’ lacrosse head coach Matt Biggs has received a well deserved honor. One that certainly deserves to be celebrated. Biggs, who has headed the team for five years, has been selected by USA Lacrosse as the Central Mass. Boys’ High School Lacrosse Coach […]

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Trahan talks Track Road support in Stow

By Ann Needle Aug. 9, 2021         “This one is near and dear to my heart,” Congresswoman Lori Trahan said of proposed legislation that would help tie Stow’s Track Road into the Assabet River Rail Trail (ARRT). She was speaking on Aug. 5 at the Community Center to about 25 officials and supporters from Stow […]

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Calendar of Events

Aug. 11, 2021 BOLTON and STOW RANDALL LIBRARY NEWS    We are open Tuesday 9am-8pm, Wednesday and Thursday, 9am-5pm, Friday, 9am-1pm, and Saturday, 9am-1pm.    Check out our new Games and Puzzles section! If you have any games or puzzles to donate, please email the Library at randalllibrary@gmail.com FREE SUMMER YOGA AT STOW COMMUNITY PARK     […]

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