During Selectmen’s meeting Public Comment Period Monday night, Selectman Josh Degen, deeply upset by the action of someone whom he considered a friend, read to the Board and the audience a statem
Drawbridge Puppet Theater will feature Santa & The Christmas Trolls every weekend in December. This all-original holiday tale features string and shadow puppets and is most suitable for childre
A “Live Nativity,” presenting a realistic reenactment of the birth of Jesus Christ Sunday, Dec. 18, 7PM at United Methodist Church of Westford 10 Church St., Westford.
In accordance with the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, section 42A to 42I, the Board of Water Commissioners voted on November 29, 2016 to adjust the water rate structure as fo
The 2016-17 Groton-Dunstable Girls Varsity Basketball team including manager Peter White. First Row l-r: Cary Peregoy, Jillian Van Pelt, Chloe McDonald, Nikki Eggimann, Brielle LeClerc, Claire Grigglestone. Back Row l-r: Jordan Wynn, Ellie Eisenklam, Bronwyn Mulligan, Abby Hoey, Nicole Tammaro, Hanna Van Pelt, Rachel Romich, Hannah Wynn. On the ground... Manager Peter White. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.
The weather outside is frightful, so school sports action moves indoors for the next few months. Time to get your indoor track, basketball and ice hockey on.
When Groton Woman’s Club began their annual decoration of swags and lights on the Minutemen Common in front of First Parish church, something was missing: The tree in the Common that was draped with lights for the holidays was dying and had been removed. With no tree to adorn with lights, Groton Woman’s Club member Berta Erickson suggested lighting trees on Prescott Common. She received permission from BoS and got major assistance from GELD. The twinkling lights of Prescott Common [above] now provide a welcoming gateway to town center. Thanks, Berta, for a great idea.
When Groton Woman’s Club began their annual decoration of swags and lights on the Minutemen Common in front of First Parish church, something was missing: The tree in the Common that was draped wit
To borrow the postman’s mantra, neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow will keep Groton-Dunstable's Sarah Mullins, Julianna Higgins, Emma Fournier, Kelsey Beausoleil, and Taryn Emerle from getting their
Groton-Dunstable 2016 graduate freshman forward Matthew Krikorian was recently tabbed Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) DIII New England Men’s Soccer Rookie of the Year as announced by
Wins for Lawrence Academy teams on 12/03: boys basketball, boys wrestling, and girls hockey teams.
Sign up at gpl.org, or call (978) 448-8000.