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The Groton Police Department has completed its pledge through the One Mind Campaign to improve our response to those suffering from mental illnesses in our community.      In the Spring of 2019, the Groton Police Department pledged to join the One Mind Campaign, an initiative that was started...
What an amazing and beautiful picture of the bobcat on the cover of the February 21, 2020 cover of the Groton Herald. Kudos to Scott Eggimann for capturing the cat’s striking stealth pose in the midst of a quiet creep. The colors of the cat and the patterns of the fur blend with the bare trees, the...
In addressing the housing crisis in Groton, is there some way to protect the small houses we have in town? Would it be possible, when a small house comes up for sale, to establish a time limit before which it could not go to a party that would tear it down for building a huge house?   Name...
[Ed. Note: Local Attorney Robert L. Collins submitted the following unsolicited letter to the Zoning Board of Appeals in support of Josh Degen’s continued business use of his property under Section7 of Chapter 40A of the General Laws. The letter is a matter of public record. See story page one...
Improper disposal of smoking materials was the cause of the February 22, 2020 fire at 20 Bligh Street in Ayer. One adult and one child were taken to the hospital. One dog died in the fire.      The fire originated on an exterior, wooden porch of the single family home. Residents smoked on the...
I am writing to ask that you vote for Mary Burns for Republican State Committee.      The number one job of the State Committees is to get Republicans elected. The job is not glamorous – it takes devotion and hard work. It is about working in the cities and towns meeting people, listening to...
Groton Animal Control is seeking information on a dog attack which occurred on February 17th on Raddin Road in Groton.      The attack took place at approximately 3:00 PM. The attacking dog is described as a smaller yellow dog not on leash. The owner of the dog was driving a black Chevrolet...

Thomas Cremens, far left.

I am the Thomas Cremens from your article about the geography bee. [Last week’s edition of the Groton Herald]. As you may have noticed, my name is spelled incorrectly. In your article my name ends with “ins” but it actually ends with “ens” so just wanted to let you know.   Thomas Cremens...
Groton-Dunstable Regional School District is conducting an on-line Community Engagement Survey. It is posted on social media and was emailed it to all student families. We are eager to hear from the whole community including those who may not have students in the district. To hear all the...

Groton’s State Senator Edward Kennedy attended the Library Legislative Breakfast on Feb 7 at the Groton Public Library. Photo by Steve Lieman.

 

All parents and caregivers of children are invited to a FREE workshop series from 9:30-11:30 AM on the first 3 Thursday mornings in March (3/5, 3/12 and 3/19) at Townsend Public Library, 12 Dudley Road, Townsend. Join us for any or all workshops.      Come learn powerful tools for nurturing...

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