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Autumn Hills Farmstand on Chicopee Row. Photo by Russ Harris
Groton’s 1755 meetinghouse is undergoing major structural restoration. Steel beams have been installed to reinforce the roof rafters and work has proceeded to the steeple and bell tower. Allen King of the Old Meetinghouse Committee which is overseeing the work, paid for, in part, by Community...
Majestic view of Lost Lake above ‘Baby Beach’ looking southwest as threatening clouds seem to promise heavy rains, but produce little more than sprinkles for thirsty forests. Photo by John Ellenberger.
Thanks to the hard work of the Park Commission and Groton’s DPW, along with taxpayer provided funds through the CPA, a project to reconstruct and resurface basketball courts in town, including this court at the town field was approved. The Park Commission worked very hard on advocating, planning...
Local Farmers Markets are up and running. If you haven’t checked them out, here are some reasons to start; and you can get more information from nutrition.gov. When you purchase food from your local farms, you are directly supporting local farmers and the local economy and you are helping to...
Tyler Plotkin, 12, of Groton takes his toy Cadillac for a spin on the Nashoba Tech grounds in Westford after a group of Engineering Academy students rigged the car to be controlled remotely. The students are, from left, Joseph Baker (Chelmsford), Nathan Mahoney (Chelmsford), Caleb Ackerman (...
Shakespeare has come to Shirley! Over the past few weeks, a cast and crew of high school students from Shirley, Groton, and Dunstable have been rehearsing William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors at Shirley Town Center. Families, friends, and patrons of the arts are invited to athis classic...
Beautiful aerial summer view of First Parish Church/Meeting House with Bell Tower under renovation. Photo by John Ellenberger
Since Groton residents are mostly caring, law-biding citizens, it is surprising how many ignore their responsibility to register their dogs with Town Hall, along with proof of vaccination for rabies and distemper. Based on average frequency of dog ownership, it is reliably estimated that as many as...
For decades Leroy Johnson has been part of a local network of volunteers who are called upon to rescue bits and pieces of Groton history when a new property owner decides those bits are no longer wanted on the premises. This week Leroy tells us the story behind the rescue of Torrent One, the...

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