At the request of Groton Water Commissioners, Groton Electric Light Department [GELD] is considering loaning the Water Department $100,000 to upgrade high capacity pumps used to deliver water t
Scaffolding is down and the first stage of repairs to Groton’s old meetinghouse has been completed. Work was done to shore up roof beams, the bell tower and the clock.
Officer Joshua Grigg found a tiny owl while on patrol. He made sure the bird was safe until he could deliver it into the experienced hands of Groton Animal Control Officer George Moore. Mr.
The Groton Woman’s Club’s Annual Greens Sale will be held at the Williams Barn on Chicopee Row Saturday, December 3, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Sale will feature a wonderful variety of wreathes, boxwood trees, swags, centerpieces, kissing balls, ornaments, holiday cookies and a raffle for a decorated antique sled along with a very special handmade quilt raffle. Proceeds go toward scholarship for students at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School and Groton students from Nashoba Technical High School and Parker Charter School. Photo by Russell Harris
Due to a house fire early Sunday morning on Boston Road and consequent heavy fire-hydrant use, high volume water flows in water mains kicked up iron and manganese lying in the pipes, putting these
Groton firefighters were called out at 4:21 a.m.
In its report to the Board of Selectmen, the Conservation Commission highlighted its activities for 2016 including 87 public hearings, 14 Notices of Intent, 33 requests for Determination of Appl
Town Manager Haddad’s request to change start time for Groton Board of Selectmen’s meeting from its traditional start time of 7 p.m. back to 6 p.m. “for the winter” has been denied by the Board.
Groton Garden Club members provided decorations for the Boutwell House stop on Groton Community School’s 12th annual Home Tour held Nov. 19. To give the recently renovated house an inviting, lived-in feeling, the Garden Club used all natural materials from local gardens. Nuts, berries, greenery, and assorted pumpkins and gourds brought the harvest indoors. Boutwell House was a highlight of this year’s program. Photo by Lisa Murray
Music Center Traffic Study Says Rte 119/Old Ayer Road Intersection Is a Bottleneck, Needs To Be Fixed
A detailed study of traffic to be generated by the proposed Indian Hill Music Center in the town and abutting neighborhoods was presented at the Planning Board meeting, November 17.