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Warehouse and housing proposed for Kane land

Published in the Aug. 25 Stow and Bolton Independent by Nan Shnitzler Representatives from a team led by Richard Gordon of Baystate Engineering appeared before the Bolton Select Board’s remote Zoom meeting Aug. 19 to discuss a two-pronged development they propose at 500 Main St. Gordon said he has an agreement to purchase the 27-acre […]

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Online Bolton Composting Survey

Bolton Local Would Like Your Feedback Deadline Sep 15, 2021 Bolton Local, our town sustainability group, is investigating the possibility of some new composting programs for Bolton residents. We are working with Randy Heglin, the Director of the Department of Public Works, on this. We have also talked to Don Lowe, the Town Administrator. These […]

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Updated COVID-19 Numbers

Sept. 7, 2021 With the DELTA Variant of the COVID-19 virus causing a rise in case numbers, the following information, derived from the Mass. Department of Public Health and available on the Mass.gov website, gives an update as to where COVID case numbers stand in the communities of Bolton and Stow, along with the total number […]

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Liquor license approved for The International

Aug. 10, 2021 by Nan Shnitzler The Bolton Select Board met in person in Town Hall Aug. 9 at 1 p.m. to vote to approve the liquor license for The International Beverage Services Company of 159 Ballville Rd. Town Administrator Don Lowe said that technically, the liquor license was transferred from the previous owners of […]

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Last edition before summer break!

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!

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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K-8 Nashoba schools will remain hybrid after vacation

Posted Dec. 27, 2020 By Natasha Don A special meeting of the School Committee was held Dec. 21 to discuss one agenda item- the district learning model after Winter Break. This topic was discussed briefly at the Dec. 16 Committee meeting but was relegated to the 21st for a final decision. Committee Chair Kathy Codianne explained […]

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Questions about in-person return for high school

Sept. 30. 2020 By Natasha Don The School Committee convened on Sept. 23 to discuss the particulars of remote learning at Nashoba Regional High School. The high school’s administrative team walked through a presentation on the current learning model and answered the Committee’s questions. Superintendent Clenchy shared a brief MSBA update, and Business Manager Pat […]

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Bolton hears plans for marijuana facility

Sept. 2, 2020 By Ann Needle           Bolton residents heard Monday night from a company looking to locate a multi-purpose marijuana facility in town.           Nick Catt, CEO of Lovecraft of Massachusetts, Inc., told the approximately 25 residents attending the community outreach meeting at Slater’s that the company plans on setting up the marijuana facility […]

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Mosquito Control Project updates

Aug. 5 2020 By Maura Rousseau The Bolton Board of Health hosted Executive Director of the Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project Tim Deschamps to answer questions from the board and residents on July 28. With Bolton having just joined the program, Deschamps said the project had so far received 77 spraying requests from Bolton residents. […]

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