by Jack Petropoulos
Bruce Easom is a quiet and reserved man. Unless you knew him, you would not likely pick him out of a crowd. In fact, your paths would not likely cross here in Groton unless perhaps, you had cause to go before the ZBA, appreciated a project funded by the Community...
On Wednesday, May 29 UMass Lowell deployed more than 100 sheep to cut the grass along a stretch of campus officials say is difficult and more costly for workers to maintain.
In a scene that may look more like the Welsh countryside than Lowell, more than 100 sheep have been deployed to a steep...
From left to right: Dan McElroy, Andrew McElroy, Thomas McElroy, Adam Abruzzi, Zoltán Erdei.
by Connie Sartini
On June 3 the historic Groton Center Fire Station, formerly an Odd Fellows Hall, will enter the next phase of its life with the opening of an exciting new restaurant -The Groton Station House Restaurant - that was specifically designed to cater to the tastes and palates of...
Some of the many residents honoring the sacred dead and keeping our heritage alive through Groton’s Memorial Day parade and rememberance. Bob Johnson [above center foreground in white shirt] deserves our praise and thanks for keeping Groton’s Memorial Day parade going through the years. Thank you, Bob. Photo by Russell Harris
Preparing for Dunstable’s Memorial Day Parade. Photo by John Callahan
Turtles and a beaver grace a pond.
It’s been a cold, dreary Spring season for the humans of Groton. This stalwart heron is defenitely not ‘singin’ in the rain,’ seemingly enduring our run of bad weather with stoic resolve. This lovely photo, was taken by Bob Anderson on Groton’s Duck Pond.
by Nancy Cicco
A team of UMass Lowell researchers has pioneered a new, more efficient way to power electric vehicles.
The innovation, developed by Chemistry Department Chairman Prof. David Ryan and a group of UMass Lowell students, will enable electric vehicles of all sizes to run longer...
The gym at the Old Prescott School came alive last Saturday evening with community spirit, great food, fine wine, good humor, some good jokes [and some not-so-good one’s drawing appreciative catcalls], all this for fun and to raise funds for the Friends of Prescott’s mission to turn Prescott School...
“I may be crossing, proceed with care!
‘Cause if you don’t, I won’t get there!
Please watch for us on roads and in yards between now and late June!
We need your help! Think of us when you drive your car or lawn mower!”
If you find us injured or deceased, please contact our helpers immediately...