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Groton will soon be welcoming a holistic living center at 66 Boston Road. Groton, already home to natural living concepts and retailers such as Groton Wellness, The Natural Market, and Groton Therapeutic Massage, makes this newest facility a welcome addition.  This location, with its team of local...
*/ */ At precisely 6 pm, Saturday, January 13, 2018, at Lawrence field, a Groton fireman used a propane torch to ignite a 15-foot-long channel of kerosene leading to a towering pile of discarded Christmas trees. The flame moved slowly, unsurely down the channel toward the dark tower of...
  For people on probation and parole and those who work with them, electronic monitoring can be a useful tool to ensure they are making curfew or identifying when they are in places they should not be.     What electronic monitoring doesn’t do well is provide offenders with positive support to meet...
The Orchestra of Indian Hill "goes Mozart" on Saturday, January 20!  Under the director of Maestro Bruce Hangen, the program will feature three Mozart gems: Overture to La Clemenza di Tito, "Posthorn" Serenade No. 9, and the Sinfonia Concertante with OIH concertmaster Alice Hallstrom (violin) and...

Ebi Maselehdan with his son Darius Maselehadan work together in the family business and love Groton. Photo by Russell Harris

Since 1991 Ebi Maselehdan and his wife Desiree have been living in Groton, having moved here from Malden. In a recent interview Ebi recalled, “We needed to find someplace peaceful and beautiful, so here we are!”     Ebi is clearly a make-it-happen dynamo; always balancing at least two projects at a...
*/ George Moore says:  We’ve had Birds at our feeders, for regular visits, visits not seen until the harsh winter weather of late. They appreciate the feeding. Squirrels are a nuisance, but they’re just trying to make a living too. We are hearing Great-horned owls. They’re establishing their...

Play Bill from 1906: The Children of Groton Present: Little Bo Peep, A Pastoral Operetta in 3 Acts, directed by Susan Putnam Hill. Image courtesy of Carter Museum of Groton History.

*/ Play Bill from 1906: The Children of Groton Present: Little Bo Peep, A Pastoral Operetta in 3 Acts, directed by Susan Putnam Hill. Image courtesy of Carter Museum of Groton History.
By participating in the 2018 Walt Disney World® Marathon Presented by Cigna®, members of Team MSAA, Bekah Ware and Rachael Scharett are supporting members of the MS community, including their father, Dan. December 28, 2017, Cherry Hill, NJ - For most endurance athletes, completing a 26.2 mile...

The UCC Handbell Choir, under the direction of Cheryl Townsend, provided the program for the December meeting of the Groton Woman’s Club.  After playing one of their numbers featured in the Community Christmas Concert, Cheryl gave a brief history of handbells and the UCC Handbell Choir. Handbells and chimes were passed out, and those attending were able to ring and sing Christmas carols. Photo by Therese Keoseian

Driving home one evening last week after a delightful afternoon with a grandson discussing irony and imagery in “The Gift of the Maji” (be still, my English teacher heart!) I followed a police cruiser…to my house!     There we joined other cruisers, two firetrucks, several pick-ups, and a handful...

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