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Sign in Pepperell Opposing Proposed Gigantic Landfill for Waste Construction Dirt next to Nashua River. */

Seal of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, being studied by a State House of Representatives Committee for appropriateness to the state's history and values.

 It looks like the hot rhetoric and emotional arguments that played out in Groton a year ago over a proposal to consider changing Groton’s town Seal are about to be recapitulated at the state level.     The General Court’s Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight approved a bill [...

Photo showing that approach to bridge abutment was filled with sand instead of gravel,

making an erosion problem inevitable. Photo by Russell Harris

 An emergency order from the Conservation Commission and Highway Dept. Superintendent Tom Delaney forced the closing of Fitch’s Bridge while corrective work goes on to resolve massive erosion issues with the abutments. Sand rather than gravel was used to fill in around the abutments, making them...

Firefighters demonstrate the use of jaws of life at Fireman's Muster.

Folks flocked to the West Groton Firemen's Muster on Labor Day for fun and chicken. The line for the famous West Groton grilled chicken was long but worth the wait, and there were plenty of demonstrations, games, and fire engines. */
    There has been an alarming decline in the monarch population primarily due to milkweed habitat loss. They are in crisis throughout North America because they are wholly dependent on the milkweed plant. The number of monarchs has plummeted by almost 90 percent since the 1990s. Many conservation...

Garden Club members work on traffic island a Four Corners. Photo by Connie Sartini

Shown above is the Loaves & Fishes staff gathered together as they personally thank General Contractor Fred Schultz of Versacon (Lee, NH) for a job well done, on time and under budget, following their ribbon-cutting ceremony held on August 17th celebrating the newly configured pantry.  Pictured from left to right: Sharon Cordero, Admin. Asst.; Paul Niemira, Food Coordinator; Theresa Wilson, Client Advocate; Fred Schultz, General Contractor, Versacon; Sherrie Forest, Volunteer Coordinator; John Cauley, Food Coordinator Asst.; and Patricia Stern, Executive Director. Photo courtesy of Nancy Ohringer.

In 1983 in its first year of operation, Loaves & Fishes served 50 families. Twenty-three years later in 2006, Loaves & Fishes moved into its current facility on Barnum Rd. in Ayer. Last year, just 11 years later, their client population had more than doubled to 822 families. In order to...
Loaves & Fishes Backpack Program     Union Congregational Church in Groton has adopted the Loaves and Fishes BACKPACK PROGRAM  and will host this year’s event Friday, August 24 at The Bob Eisengrein Community Center, 100 Sherman Avenue, Devens. Registration forms are available at Loaves &...
It’s not yet a sure thing, but Harvard Town Administrator Tim Bragan said Columbia Pictures is considering working out a deal with the town of Harvard to shut down Harvard Center for three days of filming for a high-profile production of the Louisa May Alcott’s classic,  ‘Little Women” starring...

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