By Nan Shnitzler
The Board of Selectmen, on March 19 and 26, voted most of the articles on the annual Town Meeting warrant, approving everything they’ve considered so far. Some 30 articles are on the warrant, including two possible citizens petitions.
By Ann Needle
Now that Nashoba’s Space Task Force has a list of questions it needs answered, it focused work at last Thursday’s meeting on how many students any solution to Nashoba Regional High School’s space woes should serve.
By Kristin DeJohn
Each year, between 120 and 200 Massachusetts students face a life threatening event at school. They experience anaphylaxis – a serious allergic reaction with a rapid onset, which can result in death. The most common trigger is a food allergen, and the danger is so real for families who have children with life threatening food allergies (LTFA), that the Nashoba Regional School District is making changes.
by Ann Needle
The annual Budget Workshop at last Wednesday’s Nashoba School Committee meeting offered more details into the district’s 2015/16 spending plan. It also fielded questions about the direction Nashoba is taking
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…
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…