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SUMMER, 2003

Growing Pains Expected for Stow
Stow, MA -- If and when Bose Corporation moves to the former Compaq office building should only present a modest increase in traffic in the area. However, when Bose completes it's 400,000 square-foot addition to the exisiting property, traffic is expected to rise dramatically. According to the Beacon-Villager, Stow and it's surrounding towns will all be impacted with the shear number of commuters entering the town by car. Stow, however will get a boost in it's sorely needed commercial tax base.

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Looking for a place to cool off this summer?
Stow's Pine Bluff Beach
is open all summer long to all residents of Massachusetts for a fee. Activities included swimming, picnicking, and hiking. Lifeguards are on duty when the beach is open.

Pine Bluff Beach is located on the shores of Lake Boone with the entrance off of Sudbury Road. The beach is open from June to Labor Day.

For more information, please contact the Stow Recreation Commission at (978) 461-1411.

Welcome to Stow!

Stow is a community, situated midway between Worcester and Boston, with a rural atmosphere. Several golf courses make it the golf capital of New England.  The plentiful apple orchards make it the heart of Apple Country.

Whether you're new to town, an avid golfer, business person, naturalist, visitor or a long-time resident, the town of Stow has it all. 

Feel free to explore our community through Stow Guide.

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