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Year: 2019

Quick response saves Bolton house from attic fire

By Lynda King A Saturday evening house fire on Nourse Road drew emergency responders from seven communities, in addition to Bolton emergency personnel, whose quick response kept the fire from spreading, while police were able to evacuate two children and the family dog. Bolton police and firefighters were first on the scene, quickly followed by […]

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Funds for Nashoba leach field in flux

Funds for leach field in flux; other state funds to increase by Nan Shnitzler State Senator Dean Tran appeared before the selectmen Aug. 22 to tell them that while the $300,000 earmark to move the Nashoba Regional High School leach field is included in the environmental bond bill that was signed by the governor, it […]

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Nashoba District up to speed for start of new school year

August 28, 2019 By Natasha Don While there was no need for any major construction or renovation in the district buildings over the summer, Nashoba Regional School District Assistant Superintendent Todd Maguire applauded the facilities staff for their extensive work on the cleaning, maintaining, and improving of interior spaces and landscaping. One such improvement relates […]

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Florence Sawyer ready for students

August 28, 2019 By Natasha Don The halls and grounds of the Florence Sawyer Schools have been polished and improved in anticipation of Thursday’s opening day. “Our custodial team and District facilities departments have worked very hard this summer to prepare for our students’ return,” said Principal Joel Bates.  He said that outdoor play areas […]

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New season brings new faces to Nashoba Youth Football

August 28, 2019 By Michael James LeClair Football is back and the Nashoba Youth Football and Cheer Association is ready to tackle the competition. The young athletes have been hard at work on the practice field getting ready for the start of the 2019 season. League President Susan Unger, in her first year as president, […]

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Bolton Seniors honored at annual cookout

By Ann Needle Summer is winding down, but the season was in full swing last Tuesday, thanks to the Friends of Bolton Seniors. FOBS hosted its annual cookout for Bolton seniors on Aug. 20, and once again filled the First Parish of Bolton’s Davis Hall with seniors, friends, and the many volunteers who make it […]

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Bolton Police Log

Compiled by Lynda King Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine guilt or innocence until proven in court. Police Log: Aug. 19-25  Police made 60 traffic stops this week, which resulted in 19 citations, 38 warnings, two summonses, and one arrest. They also […]

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Bolton projects updates

Following is a list of updates provided by the Town of Bolton and the Bolton Department of Public Works on various projects currently underway in town. Long Hill Road Reopening Delayed Construction was substantially complete on Thursday Aug. 8. It was hoped that the roadway could be reopened no later than Saturday, Aug. 10 and […]

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Kith and Kin fills a niche

By Ann Needle Has this ever happened to you?             It’s Sunday, and your spouse/other half is yelling at the television news shows. There’s a lot of that going around nowadays, so it’s up to you to break the cycle and drag your loved one to brunch. And, thanks to the new Kith and Kin […]

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New Cheer Coach at Nashoba

By Michael James LeClair The Nashoba Regional cheerleading program enters the 2019-2020 school year in the hands of a new head coach.  Athletic Director Tania Rich and the Nashoba administration have named Brooke Wheeler as the new head coach of the Chieftains. “I’m extremely excited for this opportunity,” said Wheeler, a 2014 graduate of Conant […]

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