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The very rare, ‘Two Dogs’ Maple Syurp, the ‘Makers Mark’ of West Groton maple syrups, enjoys a reputation among a select group of afficionados for its limpid clarity, flavor and West Groton terrior. */

A flooded basement in Olivia Way home.

by Connie Sartini     Residents of Olivia Way met with the Select Board Monday night to discuss their Citizen’s Petition article on the Spring Town Meeting requesting use of conservation land adjacent to their properties to alleviate the massive flooding to their street and homes.    Spokesmen for...
About 30 adults and children gathered on the common on Main St. Monday at dusk to hold candles and signs in support of the two congregations in New Zealand that suffered terrorist attack. The vigil was sonsored by the Groton Interfaith Council.  */   Photo by Steve Lieman. */

Groton-Dunstable spanish teacher John Tyler introduces Mexican artists to Middle School Class. See below for examples of fantastic animal sculptures created by alberije artists. 

Photos by Nancy Ohringer

by Russell Harris     Like estranged half-siblings, Mexico and the United States gaze at each other across a political-cultural divide, from opposite banks of a cross-continental river, athwart a barricade, seeing the world from radically different cultural perspectives, genuinely trying to fathom...

"Whoo-Cooks-For-Yoou" said the Barred Owl before taking a nap on his visit to a Mill Street backyard. 

Photo by Connie Sartini

 

West Groton Resident Rob Rains here with his wife and seven children before embarking on

weight-loss journey.

by Russell Harris   Rob Rains, resident of West Groton, has everything to live for. He has a beautiful, supportive wife, seven children, his own business, and a deep religious faith with sustaining relationships in his religious community. But, Rob knew there was one thing dragging him down,...
At approximately 1:30 PM on February 25. 2019, Fire, Police, Electric Light, and Highway Department personnel responded to the 230 Longley Rd. area for a report of a tree that had fallen causing a car accident.  The tree fell directly in the path of a car being driven Southbound causing minor...

At the Middlesex Bank 2019 Community Gift presentation Friends of the Groton Elders Chair Marie Melican [center] and Senior Center Building Committee Chair Peter Cunningham [right] accepted the $15,000 grant on behalf of the Friends of the Groton Elders, presented by Mike McAuliffe, president and CEO of Middlesex Savings Bank [left].  Friends of the Groton Elders Chair Marie Melican stated that the gift would be directed to the building fund, which has been established by the Elders to help fund the construction of the new Senior Center.

At the Middlesex Bank 2019 Community Gift presentation held at the bank’s operation center in Westborough, the Groton Public Library and Friends of the Groton Elders each received a $15,000 gift from Middlesex Savings Bank Charitable Foundation. The support will allow the Library Trustees to...
The Nashua River Watershed Association (NRWA) recently kicked off its 50th Anniversary year celebration with a free program on “Cold Water Fishing” in Mason, NH. While most may realize that clean water is vital to having a healthy fish population, what may come as a surprise is that wood in streams...

This incredible image of a lone coyote was captured in Groton in Scott Eggiman’s backyard on Martins Pond Road using a DSLR camera trap. Similar to trail cameras, this passive system allows Scott to capture hi-resolution images, in a studio setting with off-camera flashes, and state-of-the-art sensors. The technology is the same that National Geographic uses to capture images of Snow Leopards in the mountains of Central Asia. Photo by Scott Eggiman. http://www.scotteggimann.com

*/ by George Moore, Groton Animal Control Officer      The Eastern coyote, the coyote found in Groton, is a hybrid cross between Eastern Canadian wolves and the Western coyote. Our coyote is considerably larger than the Western coyote.  There were no coyotes in our area until around 1900. Since...

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