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Pictured are State Rep. Sheila Harrington, Body Mind Spirit owner Beth Lindstrom and her husband Raymond Murphy with manager Jessica Bisol. Photo by Joyce Faiola

by Joyce L. Faiola       Owner Beth Lindstrom and her team moved her Body Mind Spirit Salon & Day Spa from 493 Mill Run Plaza to 134 B Main Street over the summer.    Being right next door to The Groton Inn offers manager Jessica Bisol and the staff a unique opportunity to offer services to...
Old North Bridge Hounds is one of 11 hunt clubs in New England. Among other activities they conduct "Mox" hunts [mock fox hunts] in Groton, Concord, Carlisle, Stow and others towns. Pictured here is ‘Master of the Hounds’ Ginnny Zukatynski at The Groton Place earlier this fall. Photo by John...

Photo by Nancy Ohringer

The new restaurant is located at the new Groton Inn, with a great view of Gibbet Hill.

Louisa May Alcott. Colorized version of black and white photo taken of the author at about age 25

by Joyce L. Faiola      This year marks the 150th anniversary of publication of the first volume of Louisa May Alcott’s most famous novel, Little Women. A film version of the story set in contemporary times has been released already and a second version, set in the Civil War-era that is truer to...
 Alpaca Mom, Katrina, encourages her ten-day-old son Cullen as he looks up expectantly at her. Cullen is the twelfth Alpaca living at the Luina Greine farm on Common Street, located not far from Groton center. Luina Greine, located on 19 acres of rolling hills and apple orchards, is owned and...

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Indian Hill Music Center construction site on Old Ayer Road in Groton. Recent drone photo by John Ellenberger.

Most of us have heard of Caribou, Maine but few of us could find it on a map without help. Colby Doody knows it well, and is quick to solve the mystery of “Where have I heard of Caribou?” by reminding those who ask that the city of under 9,000 in northeast Maine is a mainstay in the winter weather...

In this photo, with its minimiliast Japanese aesthetic, a squirrel seems transfixed by the beauty of a Great Egret set against a background of swampy pines an the shore of Groton’s Duck Pond. Photo by Robert Anderson.

by Connie Sartini    The Annual Fall Town Meeting warrant traditionally includes one or more articles seeking voter approval to move funds from “free cash” to one or more of the municipal Stabilization Funds.    For the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and its municipalities, the fiscal year is the...


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