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Williams Barn, built in the 1840's on a Groton farm owned and operated by the same family for more than 300 years.

To the Editor:   The Williams Barn Committee would like to thank all the wonderful volunteers who took part in the annual third grade field trip to the Williams Barn and the Chicopee Schoolhouse on June 4 and 5.    The students began with a visit to the beautifully restored, one-room Chicopee...
Dear Editor:    First of all I want to mention how pleased I was to see a picture of my uncle, Frank Scimemi, on the front page of your June 1 edition. His service during WWII was amazing.    However, the main reason I’m writing concerns your article on p. 3 “Severe Groton-Dunstable Student...
Dear Editor,     I’m pleased to announce that Groton Community School recently launched the public phase of its ​Forward Motion​ capital campaign with a kickoff celebration held at the Barn at Gibbet Hill. This exciting and inspiring evening was made possible due to the generosity of the Webber...
A recent study found that interest rates on municipal bonds increased several years after a local newspaper shut down, even controlling for bond characteristics and local economic conditions. In addition, newspaper closure led to greater local government payroll and taxes per capita, suggesting...
To The Editor,   By a vote of 151-0, The Massachusetts House of Representatives approved a bill making changes in the current law that all public schools must provide instruction in American history and civics.     Current law requires that the instruction include the Constitution of the United...
To The Editor,   Turtles are moving in earnest now to nesting sites and to varied habitats in search for shelter and food. They move with a purpose and destination in mind, not to be deterred by roads, cars, and human activity in general.     You may see them as unusual places, such as gardens,...
To The Editor,     A Spanish international student who likes football, many sports, skiing, surfing, tennis, math and movies needs a host family so he can attend GDRHS this coming school year.      There is a $1,000 per month stipend.  He would need his own room. He has his own spending money,...
Dear Editor,    I am writing to correct an egregious error made in the most recent library newsletter. In it I failed to acknowledge the generous grant support provided by the Town of Groton’s Trust Funds’ Lecture Fund to the GPL’s dynamic and diverse programming.      The Trust Commissioners...
Dear Editor,      On behalf of Groton’s current and future senior citizens, the Council on Aging Board of Directors, the Senior Center Building Committee and COA staff I humbly thank the voters for their support of the new Center. We recognize the closeness of the election results and the...
Dear Editor,    I would like to sincerely thank the voters who supported Question 1, the Senior Center debt exclusion at Groton’s annual town election this past Tuesday. While it was an extremely close vote, it is reaffirming to know that our town recognizes and appreciates the value of the Center...

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