By Ann Needle
Law enforcement is once again looking for community assistance in identifying the youths behind vandalism that occurred at Nashoba Regional High School last spring. This time, Bolton Police are hoping some help from high tech and social media may yield more clues as to those behind the incident.
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…
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…
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…
By Ann Needle
Last Wednesday’s (May 6) Nashoba School Committee meeting was primarily devoted to looking at risky behavior among local teens, measured by results from Emerson Hospital’s latest Youth Risk Behavior Survey. These results offered some good news, but also pointed to several crucial areas calling for attention.
By Lynda King
Among the articles voters will be asked to consider at the May 4 Annual Town Meeting are two that relate to Kinder Morgan’s Northeast Energy Direct gas pipeline project, specifically the North Worcester Lateral branch planned to be routed through Bolton.
By Nan Shnitzler
Wilder Road resident Richard Fly, 62, is up for reelection as Town Moderator without ever having run a Town Meeting because Town Election comes a week after Town Meeting every year. Fly did preside over his first Town Caucus March 9.
(Services will be held prior to this week’s print publication) Robert Patrick Publicover, 23 Robert Patrick Publicover, age 23, of Bolton, passed away on Friday, April 10, 2015. Born in Concord on March 5, 1992, he was the beloved and cherished son of Grace (Curro) Publicover of Bolton and David Publicover of Westborough. Rob was…
By Ann Needle
Last Wednesday’s Tri-Town meeting had officials from the Nashoba School District’s three towns debating whether to re-consider membership at Minuteman High School. The towns also discussed what sort of budget hikes the Nashoba schools could afford in the future.