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A couple enjoys the view at Gibbet Hill while waiting for their table in the tent.

After a short hiatus in the early stage of the Cornavirus pandemic, The Music Center at Indian Hill resumed construction of their campus on Old Ayer Road near Groton Center. This recent aerial view was taken by John Ellenberger.

 

by Russell Harris   On March 6, 1975 a 25 year-old Groton man was gunned down in an inner-city Philadelphia parking lot at 6 am, having just finished his overnight shift driving a Yellow Cab. He was shot in the chest and pelvis. Police said robbery was not a motive since "a sum of $2 and a...

Groton demonstrators keep on keeping on.

Socially distanced grads

After living in Groton for many years, it is sometimes easy to hold a mental image of the town that diverges widely from demographic reality. When we go to town meeting and to the polls to make decisions about our town’s future, we must have a clear picture of the town as it is today. The...
In June Groton Animal Control answered to 40 calls. Many of these calls were handled over the phone. Questions on wildlife are always common in the spring when young are beginning to wander on their own. Please do not feed them or believe they have been abandoned. If they are not injured, they...

Flowering baskets adorn the length of the front porch of the Groton Inn as part of a "new" Inn tradition to provide a colorful welcome to Main Street. They follow the display of the bright spring tulips. “These baskets hopefully send a small sign to the community that life goes on despite COVID 19 and that we will make it through this time together,” Groton Inn Proprietor John Amaral said. The Inn’s restaurant, the Forge & Vine, is now open for outdoor dining under a newly installed tent and provides seating in accordance with the social distancing directives. Reservations and masks are required. Photo by Connie Sartini

by Gus Widmayer   I would like to update your readers on the multiple delays at Kilbourn Place. The project is making slow and steady progress, and now entering its final phase with construction slated to begin in early autumn, looking quite a bit different than what I had first envisioned....

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