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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…

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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…

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Tri-Town Readies for Nashoba Budget…Dec. 16, 2015

By Ann Needle   The Nashoba District’s three towns  are already talking about what they hope to see for the 2016/17 school budget. The Dec. 9 Tri-Town meeting in Stow also had town representatives discussing how they could help Nashoba begin addressing new standards for accounting for retiree benefits. Bolton Selectman Chair Mark Sprague said…

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New Interim Leader for Nashoba…Dec. 16, 2015

By Ann Needle As reported last week, in the wake of former Nashoba Superintendent Michael Wood’s resignation in October, the Nashoba School Committee chose Dr. Curtis Bates as interim superintendent at a special meeting on Dec. 8. Before retiring from a full-time education career that spanned more than 40 years, Bates most recently served as…

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Pipeline Questions and More Questions… July 11, 2014

By Nan Shnitzler About 90 concerned residents attended the June 26 selectmen’s meeting at the Florence Sawyer School auditorium during which representatives from Kinder Morgan answered questions about a new $4 billion high-pressure natural gas pipeline they propose to build through many towns in Massachusetts, including Bolton. The selectmen’s strategy to provide questions to Kinder…

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Auction Raises Funds for Common Cause… June 27 2014

By Barbara Allen This past Sunday, the pavilion at Nashoba Valley Winery, 100 Wattaquadock Hill Road, overflowed with guests who had gathered for the Local: Land, Lore and Libations festive dinner and auction hosted by the Bolton Conservation Trust. The air was ripe with expectancy as those in attendance sipped wine and perused the more…

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