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Nashoba Works on Assessments…Feb. 24, 2016

By Ann Needle Next year’s hike in the Nashoba District budget might not be substantial, but the School Committee still questioned whether the towns would find the potential assessments affordable. The SC also focused its Feb. 17  Budget Workshop on learning more about particular items proposed by three of the district’s bigger departments. Assistant Superintendent […]

| March 2, 2016
Armed Home Invasion on Century Mill Road… Dec. 24, 2015

Armed Home Invasion on Century Mill Road… Dec. 24, 2015

Bolton’s Acting Police Chief Warren Nelson issued the following information about an armed home invasion on Century Mill Road and is asking  for anyone with related information to contact the Bolton Police Department. According to the press release, on December 23, 2015 at 3:00pm, the Bolton Police Department received an emergency call from a Century […]

| December 25, 2015

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Stories and Tales of Our Town… Aug. 18, 2017

Stories and Tales of Our Town… Aug. 18, 2017

Stories and Tales of Our Town Compiled By Roger Breeze  Dorothy ‘Dottie’ McAdoo Brown Bolton’s Last School Crossing Guard June 1, 1920, to Mar 17, 2002 In September 1972, after longtime crossing guard George “Uncle Georgie” Hines retired, Dottie Brown became the next, and last, school crossing guard for Emerson School. The corner of Mechanic […]

| August 17, 2017
Take a Guess and Take a Hike…Nov. 11, 2016

Take a Guess and Take a Hike…Nov. 11, 2016

Contributed by Greg Matte
Do you enjoy Bolton’s trail system? Have you ever wondered how many miles of trails there are in our great town? Make a guess and you may win a prize!

| November 19, 2016

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Library Picks Up STEAM… Oct. 13, 2017

Library Picks Up STEAM… Oct. 13, 2017

By Kristin DeJohn Though it has kept its historic façade and its antique book section, the Bolton Public Library, like other libraries around the country, is embracing the latest learning tools. In addition to aisles of books and DVDs, there are online magazines, downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, and mobile language training systems. The library is also […]

| October 15, 2017
Monarch Sightings Offer Hope

Monarch Sightings Offer Hope

By Kristin DeJohn “We used to see lots of monarch butterflies,” laments Bolton resident Rona Balco. As president of Friends of Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge, Balco has organized annual monarch butterfly walks to educate about their life cycle and annual migration to Mexico. However, in 2015 and 2016 no monarchs were found, and the walks […]

| September 28, 2017
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