Losing $400,000 of public funds on the Boynton Meadows condominium project is embarrassing. But, despite this humiliating financial loss, the project is a boon to the town.
To the Editor:
This is an open request to the senior residents of our town; an open request to fight for a new Senior Center.
Groton Police Department and Council on Aging will host a police picnic for senior residents, Wednesday, June 7 at the Groton Country Club. Lunch will include hotdogs, hamburgers, potato salad, ch
Scientists at National Weather Service (NWS) are seeing changing trends in our precipitation and temperature patterns across New England, with an increasing trend in annual average temperature, ann
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Ayer, will host the second annual Benefit Concert and Reception at 3 p.m., Sunday, June 11, at St. John’s Chapel, Groton School. Organized by St.
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At a joint meeting of Selectmen and the Affordable Housing Trust - a meeting convened on May 5 to field comments concerning the Trust’s failed investment in Boynton Meadows housing project - res