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LETTERS

Our New England towns, gnemonically speaking

There's a way to remember that the Massachusetts town of Stow (above, as seen along the Sudbury River) is spelled differently from the Vermont town to its north.
There's a way to remember that the Massachusetts town of Stow (above, as seen along the Sudbury River) is spelled differently from the Vermont town to its north.Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

The photo caption on the front page of Saturday’s edition misspelled the Massachusetts town of Stow. Here’s a simple way to distinguish our town from the one north of us:

“Stow: No E, no Ski.”

Dan Nicholson

Stow