The Independent Clause

| October 10, 2012

Our condolences to the Colosi family on the loss of patriarch Anthony Colosi.  Mr. Colosi was the founder of what is now known as E.T.&L. Corp, a longstanding business in Stow. He and his wife Rosaria were longtime residents prior to moving to Florida. Daughter, Jennie Lee, is now running the company.  Our sympathies to Mr. Colosi’s family and friends.

As expected, it was quite a busy weekend in Stow with apple picking season at its peak, the Collings Foundation Battle for the Airfield, the First Parish Church Annual Fall Fair and the Lions Club flea market. Traffic, on the other hand, was reported to be well controlled and not as problematic as past Columbus Day weekends with a new traffic management plan in place that was developed by Stow public safety officials.

Fall is definitely in the air. It was just a matter of time, I know, but I hate saying goodbye to open windows and hello to socks. And I won’t mention the woodstove…

Cyndy Bremer, managing editor;

In last week’s paper, Kids-A-Lot Country Day School Director Maryann Deignan’s name was spelled incorrectly in a photo caption. In the September 26 paper, Brenda Magazu was inadvertently referred to as Barbara in an article about the Magazu’s home. We apologize to both for the errors

In this week’s print edition…
Break-Ins Up in Stow; New Pompo Plans
Open Meeting Law Violation Cited
Soccer Splits in Doubleheader
Obituary: Anthony Colosi
Community Photos

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