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"We shall go wild with fireworks. . . And they will plunge into the sky and shatter the darkness" - Natsuki Takaya A crowd of more than 5,000 were entranced by Independence Day 2018 Fireworks at Lawrence Field. -Photo by Russell Harris */ */
 UMass Lowell’s Kelsey Mangano, a professor in the Department of Biomedical and Nutritional Sciences and researcher in the university’s Center for Population Health, conducts research on the effects of nutrition on bones, muscles and inflammation. Her most recent project examines the role of yogurt...

(l-r) Jennifer Luth, Newly-appointed Groton Police Chief Michael Luth, their daughter MacKenzie Luth. [Not pictured: their son, Aidan Luth.] Photo by Russell Harris

*/  As part of the process for selecting Groton’s new Chief of Police, each of three finalists were interviewed by the Select Board in public session. Each interview lasted about 45 minutes with Select members asking a similar set of prepared questions. At the conclusion of the two-day public...
   While commercial agriculture continues to be an important economic factor in Groton (See Groton Herald, April 6, 2018), backyard farming is possibly the most visible and widespread agricultural practice in town.  Backyard farming is a broad term and includes a wide array of practices related to...
Decked out for the Fourth of July is Tainter’s Store at the corner of Court Street in 1905, with horse-drawn carriages on a dirt Main Street (top photo). Today the building (bottom photo) is home to offices of Murphy Insurance. Photo is provided courtesy of Carter Museum of Groton History. */

Will Gilson

The not-so-secret garden in Groton is the Herb Lyceum, where growing up in this fragrant landscape, master chef and restaurant owner Will Gilson decided to make cooking his life’s work. This four-acre working farm has been in the Gilson family since the 1800s. Here you’ll find a wide selection of...
  “We are living in the most exciting, most dangerous, and most important time in human history,” said environmental engineer and author Ellen Moyer, Ph.D when she spoke June 6 at the Nashua River Watershed Association in Groton.     Moyer outlined ‘the bad news first’, citing the challenges and...

Groton-Dunstable Middle School Fifth Graders in garb and manner of the nation's founders gather on the steps of Groton's Old Meeting House following their debate on the merits of rebelling aginst the English crown, or remaining loyal to it.

For over a decade the Grade 5 students of Groton-Dunstable Regional Middle School have been imagining themselves in the position of a Colonial farmer, blacksmith or merchant and facing the tremendous decision that faced the population of the two towns in 1775, to remain loyal to the King and...
“In the summer, the days were long, stretching into each other. Out of school, everything was on pause and yet happening at the same time, this collection of weeks when anything was possible.”    - Quote from Sarah Dessen.    Photo by Steve Lieman at Groton Conservation Trust Sunset Party at the...
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