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Relay for Life aims for a cure… June 6, 2018

Relay for Life aims for a cure… June 6, 2018

| June 18, 2018

By Kristin DeJohn It was a record-breaking year for “Relay for Life of Nashoba” participants who converged on the Nashoba Regional High School track in Bolton for the annual American Cancer Society fundraising event. The 12-hour relay began with an opening ceremony Saturday, June 2, at 6 p.m., which included the National Anthem sung by […]

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Bolton Candidates Night… 4/18/18

Bolton Candidates Night… 4/18/18

| April 26, 2018

*Updated from print edition version By Ann Needle A standing-room only crowd attended the lively, 90-minute Bolton Candidates Night, held on April 4 at the Bolton Public Library.  The four candidates for Bolton’s contested races this year are: Bob Czekanski and Joe Myerson for the Board of Selectmen; and Michael Horesh and David Yesue for […]

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Bolton Voters to discuss climate change at ATM… 4/18/18

Bolton Voters to discuss climate change at ATM… 4/18/18

| April 26, 2018

By Lynda King Voters at the May 7 Annual Town Meeting will be asked to consider a proposal that would have the town of Bolton speak with one voice on the topic of climate change. A citizens petition initiated by the grassroots community group Bolton Local asks voters to endorse a nonbinding resolution to “adopt, […]

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ATM voters to weigh in on marijuana laws

ATM voters to weigh in on marijuana laws

| April 26, 2018

By Lynda King With the legalization of both medical and recreational marijuana in Massachusetts, cities and towns across the state must now decide on how the state mandate will be implemented through local bylaws and regulations. Bolton voters will have an opportunity to deliberate on two sets of proposed rules relating to marijuana at the […]

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Bolton Candidates for NRSD School Committee Rep… 4/25/18

Bolton Candidates for NRSD School Committee Rep… 4/25/18

| April 26, 2018

The two candidates in a contested race for the one available seat as Bolton Representative to the Nashoba Regional School District School Committee were each given the same set of questions with their unedited responses published below. The Bolton Town Election will be held on Monday, May 14 – 12:00pm to 8:00pm – at Nashoba […]

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Bolton Youth Baseball & Softball Opening Day…. April 21, 2018

Bolton Youth Baseball & Softball Opening Day…. April 21, 2018

| April 24, 2018

Bolton Youth Baseball & Softball Opening Day…. April 21, 2018

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Nashoba sports roundup… Dec. 22, 2017

Nashoba sports roundup… Dec. 22, 2017

| December 21, 2017

By Michael James LeClair It’s been a busy week for the Nashoba Regional High School winter sports teams as interscholastic competition is beginning to heat up. The Chieftains’ winter sports teams – basketball, hockey, swimming, track, wrestling – are all in gear for the season. Beginning with the girls’ varsity basketball team, the Chieftains kicked […]

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Pre-K changes raise concerns… Dec. 22 2017

| December 21, 2017

By Ann Needle The Nashoba District recently approved some major changes to its pre-kindergarten program for next year. Concerns over these changes – and how they have been communicated – have prompted some parents to speak out. The Program Changes At its Nov. 29 meeting, the Nashoba School Committee unanimously approved changes to the district’s […]

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| December 21, 2017

The new combined Stow and Bolton Independent paper (and home delivery) will start with the Wednesday, JAN. 24 edition. 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. […]

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Bolton 2017 Christmas Tree and Menorah Lighting

Bolton 2017 Christmas Tree and Menorah Lighting

| December 15, 2017

Photos Courtesy of Bill Farmer Mother Nature decided to drop a bit of “atmosphere” in the form of snow on this year’s Christmas Tree and Menorah Lighting at Bolton Common. While it did delay the event, originally scheduled for Saturday evening, the snow made a perfect backdrop for the rescheduled event on Sunday evening, Dec. […]

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