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In the early evening of July 29, a handsome young bull escaped from his enclosure and decided to investigate his neighborhood in North Groton. He was out roaming through the area all night and was eventually taken into custody and put back in his pen by 7 a.m. the following morning.  Pictured – (l...

Bob Fenochetti and John Brooks hang the new old sign.

 The weathered historic sign on the front of the Old Meeting House, a sign resting right above the main entry of the Old Meeting House for as long as anyone can remember, was replaced last week. John Brooks of Fine Furniture, 248 Main Street, Groton created a close to exact replica of the original...
  Twenty-nine Groton residents will be among more than 6,700 riders cycling up to 192 miles in the 40th Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) on August 3 and 4, with the goal of raising $60 million for cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.       Cyclists from 43 states and 12 countries...
by Nancy Cicco       Eggshells can enhance the growth of new, strong bones needed in medical procedures, a team of UMass Lowell researchers has discovered.    The technique developed by UMass Lowell could one day be applied to repair bones in patients with injuries due to aging, accidents, cancer...
Local residents and medical officials got many approving car honks at Nashoba Sports & Physical Therapy building on Boston Road last Thursday showing support for the continuing struggles of nurses at the Nashoba Valley Medical Center to renegotiate their contracts for better wages, benefits and...

What can we say? Summer is for puppies. Baby Phoebe joins her Groton family.

Summer-evening sky at the General Field. Photo by Steve Lieman

 Discovering close ancestral ties to colonial Massachusetts led Ft. Devens Museum’s guest speaker for July, Mark Deuger, to study especially the story of King Philip’s War. Mark shares what he has learned in a talk on July 20 at the Museum, 94 Jackson Road, starting at 1 p.m. as the Museum...

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