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The Groton Garden Club presented 20 hand crafted and decorated boxwood trees to RiverCourt Residences in West Groton. The Boxwood Tree Workshop is an annual event where Garden Club members create one tree for themselves and one to be given away. Pictured are Laura Semple, Groton Garden Club...

Mike Manugian, Chairman of the Charter Review Committee. Here he is shown during a 2011 discussion of building a new fire station at the site of Sacred Heart Church. File Photo courtesy of thegrotonline.

For more than a year, the seven members of Charter Review Committee have been painstakingly considering citizen suggestions for changes to the Groton Charter, deliberating on those suggestions, and making recommendations on whether to accept, reject or modify. The review process often includes in-...

Groton Fire Chief Steele McCurdy presented citations to Groton Fire Department Lieutenant James Crocker and Westford Paramedic/Firefighter John Tuomi at the Board of Selectmen’s for their heroic efforts and quick action in saving the life of a man in cardiac arrest at Gillette Stadium Christmas Eve. Groton Fire Department members (l to R) Firefighter/EMT Dave Dubey, Captain Jim Emslie, EMT Chris Fischer. Fire Chief Steele McCurdy, Lieutenant Jim Crocker, Captain Tony Hawgood, Westford Paramedic/Firefighter John Tuomi, Firefighter/EMT Matt Pisani, Firefighter John Riley, Firefighter Heather Rhodes, EMT Patrick Kiley, Captain Susan Daly, Firefighter/EMT Jeremy Janueskiewicz, and EMT Heidi Janueskiewicz. Photo by Connie Sartini

Christmas Eve day and the New England Patriots are getting ready to play the New York Jets at Gillette Stadium. Two close friends, Westford Paramedic/Firefighter John Tuomi and Groton Fire Lieutenant Jim Crocker come in early and are just getting settled into their seats. There is an air of...

Kiley Lawton and Emma King. Photo by Ellen Hargraves

At the December meeting of the Groton Woman’s Club, Kiley Lawton and Emma King, seniors at Groton-Dunstable Regional Secondary School, shared several of their beautiful paintings. The girls have been taking art classes throughout high school and are members of the GDRSS Art Club. Using both...

The officers participating in Shop with a Cop were, in order from left to right: Nick Papageorgiou, Dunstable Police Department; Kevin Henehan, Groton Police Department; Rachael Mead, Groton Police Department; Charlie Chapralas, Dunstable Police Department. Photo by Nancy Ohringer.

On December 8 Officers from the Groton and Dunstable Police Departments took 4 students--2 from Florence Roche, and 2 from Swallow Union--Christmas shopping for their families at the Target at the Pheasant Lane Mall as part of the Shop with a Cop initiative. The unions that funded this initiative...
In high spirits after release from a half-day of school, this band of middle schoolers mug for the camera on Main Street. - Quote: ‘Middle school is kind of like Middle-earth. It’s a magical journey filled with elves, dwarves, hobbits, queens, kings, and a few corrupt wizards. Word to the wise:...
Attorney Mark Bobrowski was retained by Indian Hill Music Center to advise on the Dover Amendment and other land use issues. He is author of the Handbook of Massachusetts Law of Land Use & Planning Law. The handbook is frequently cited by Commonwealth courts. Attorney Bobrowski made the...
Pictured here are the latest design renderings of the Indian Hill Music Center Complex. Opinions on design are as varied as human beings. When these designs were presented at the December 8 Planning Board meeting, there were opinions ranging from neutral and non-committal, to highly enthusiastic,...

Northern View/ Main Entrance of Indian Hill Music Center complex

Pictured here are the latest design renderings of the Indian Hill Music Center Complex. Opinions on design are as varied as human beings. When these designs were presented at the December 8 Planning Board meeting, there were opinions ranging from neutral and non-committal, to highly enthusiastic...

When Groton Woman’s Club began their annual decoration of swags and lights on the Minutemen Common in front of First Parish church, something was missing: The tree in the Common that was draped with lights for the holidays was dying and had been removed. With no tree to adorn with lights, Groton Woman’s Club member Berta Erickson suggested lighting trees on Prescott Common. She received permission from BoS and got major assistance from GELD. The twinkling lights of Prescott Common [above] now provide a welcoming gateway to town center. Thanks, Berta, for a great idea.

When Groton Woman’s Club began their annual decoration of swags and lights on the Minutemen Common in front of First Parish church, something was missing: The tree in the Common that was draped with lights for the holidays was dying and had been removed. With no tree to adorn with lights, Groton...

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