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Bolton Police Log … Aug. 15, 2018

Bolton Police Log … Aug. 15, 2018

| August 14, 2018

Two Similar Break-ins reported this week Excerpts from the Bolton Police Log compiled by Lynda King. All parties are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Police Log: Aug. 6 – 12 This week police made 59 traffic stops, which resulted in 35 citations, 21 warnings, two summonses and one arrest. They […]

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Bolton Town Information… August 15, 2018

Bolton Town Information… August 15, 2018

| August 14, 2018

Bolton Town Clerk’s Corner Are you registered to vote? Are you sure? Feel free to call the Town Clerk’s office anytime to confirm voter registration. August 15, 2018 is the deadline to register to vote or change party enrollment for the State Primary on Tuesday, September 4, 2018. Voters can easily register on-line or by […]

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Calendar… Aug. 15, 2018

Calendar… Aug. 15, 2018

| August 14, 2018

BOLTON EVENTS FOBS Senior Cookout The Friends of Bolton Seniors’ 18th annual Senior Cookout is Tuesday, Aug. 21 from 12noon to 2pm at Davis Hall, 673 Main St. Enjoy mouth watering hamburgers, hotdogs and kielbasa grilled by Lions Club members; homemade salads provided by Town residents; and ice cream and cookies for dessert!  There will […]

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Classifieds… Aug. 15, 2018

Classifieds… Aug. 15, 2018

| August 14, 2018

CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE Stairs for shallow end of inground swimming pool with handrail and base for handrail. Sturdy but with some surface dis-colorization and trim repairs. $50. Call Ken @ 978-562-5846. Vintage Statastone Stoneware, Sunnydale pattern, heavy duty quality. 5 dinner plates, 5 salad plates, 8 cups,  5 saucers, sugar with cover and creamer matching […]

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Backyard Bolton Farmer’s Market coming in August

Backyard Bolton Farmer’s Market coming in August

| August 14, 2018

By Apara Borrowes Looking for a convenient way to get fresh home-grown homemade products from your Bolton neighbors? Backyard Bolton is coming to the Bolton Town Common starting in August, where “small farms, homesteaders, and backyard gardeners” will bring their best products to sell with one-stop shopping, according to Bolton’s Economic Development Committee, the event’s […]

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CORRECTED ARTICLE: 40B Housing Plan Public Review (originally published July 25, 2018)

| July 31, 2018

CORRECTION: In last week’s (July 25, 2018) article on the Chapter 40B property proposed for Still River Rd. the person presenting information was incorrectly identified as Douglas Ducharme of Ducharme and Dillis. The information was presented by Douglas Deschenes, an attorney for the applicants who is NOT AFFILLIATED in any way with Ducharme and Dillis. […]

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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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