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| December 21, 2017

The Bolton Independent has moved to the pages of The Stow Independent. Nashoba news and sports are shared between the two towns, as are some events and projects in which Stow and Bolton residents participate together.  Bolton-specific news has its own section including the police log, history, government news, events and people. The paper is […]

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Last edition before summer break!

Last edition before summer break!

| June 30, 2021

The June 30 edition is hitting newsstands this afternoon and will be in subscriber mailboxes on Thursday! Lots of BOLTON NEWS including the Florence Sawyer School 8th Grade Recognition ceremony with many photos! Reminder that we are taking our annual summer break and there will be NO PAPERS July 7 and July 14. We’ll be […]

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Nashoba Graduation edition now available!

Nashoba Graduation edition now available!

| June 17, 2021

Congratulations Nashoba Class of 2021! The Nashoba Graduation issue of The Stow and Bolton Independent–with lots of graduation photos, coverage of the ceremony and the full class listing, along with senior sports photos–is now in stores and in subscriber mailboxes today! Please remember extra copies are only in stores for ONE WEEK (until next Wednesday […]

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American Heritage Museum

American Heritage Museum

| June 9, 2021

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Horses in Bolton: Beyond Road Safety

Horses in Bolton: Beyond Road Safety

| April 28, 2021

Published in the April 21, 2021 Stow and Bolton Independent See related article “Horse safety tips for motorists” By Maura Rousseau Mara Levin of Bolton, who has ridden horses since the age of 6 and is a licensed horseback-riding instructor, shared her experience in what can happen when bridges are not built in a way […]

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Horse safety tips for motorists

Horse safety tips for motorists

| April 28, 2021

Published in the April 21, 2021 Stow and Bolton Independent See related article “Horses in Bolton: Beyond Road Safety” By Maura Rousseau Sieller Do you know what you’re supposed to do when you see someone on horseback riding along the road? A wave, a honk, or speeding up to get out of the way may […]

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Earth Day inspires action

Earth Day inspires action

| April 22, 2021

By Kristin DeJohn The first Earth Day was held April 22, 1970 and 20 million Americans protested across hundreds of cities to demand improvements in environmental policies. Typically, Earth Day is associated with large outdoor gatherings. Due to Covid-19, many organizations, like Bolton Local, have embraced smaller scale activities, along with a rise in online […]

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Amphibian numbers ‘disheartening’

Amphibian numbers ‘disheartening’

| March 24, 2021

March 25 Update: After the printing of this week’s edition, the weather forecast changed – moving Big Night expectations up from previous predictions. There was enough rain from Wednesday, March 24 overnight into early Thursday morning to allow for frogs and salamanders to travel. We’ll have an update about this year’s amphibian numbers in the […]

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Supporting Bolton businesses

Supporting Bolton businesses

| February 18, 2021

Published in The Stow and Bolton Independent Feb. 10, 2021 By Maura Rousseau SiellerThe holiday wreaths adorning the town’s Main St. have recently been removed, but the committee behind their placement will continue to do its work to highlight Bolton’s businesses. Bolton’s Economic Development Committee (EDC), also known as Destination Bolton, was described by Committee […]

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Digital profiling slowly but surely replacing the traditional resume

| February 17, 2021

Eliza Wachtel is currently a junior at Nashoba Regional High School and is an active member in the DECA program, a business club established for high school students aspiring to be the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs. In her most recent project, known as Network Your Life, she has done extensive research on the […]

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NEW COVID-19 Vaccine Telephone Assistance

NEW COVID-19 Vaccine Telephone Assistance

| February 5, 2021

If you are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and are having trouble getting an appointment online, you can now call this number to get assistance over the phone.

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