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To The Editor    On November 9th, 2016, I woke up scared for where our nation was headed. In the months following Trump’s election, I refused to accept his dangerous agenda as normal. I marched in protest, still dismayed by the outcome of the election, but energized to be surrounded by millions who...
[Ed Note: The following letter was sent to Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup and to The Groton Herald for publication.]   August 14, 2018   Mark E. Baldi, Deputy Regional Director,  Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup,  Department of Environmental Protection Central Regional Office 8 New Bond Street Worcester...
To The Editor,    On Tuesday, September 4th, voters will head to the polls to vote their choices for state and federal candidates in a primary election on Tuesday, September 4th.      Beth Lindstrom is one of three candidates running for US Senate on the Republication ballot. Of the three, Beth is...
To the Editor,    I become old enough to vote at the end of September. I’m one of those kids who first became invested in politics during the spectacle of 2016. I watched that presidential race enthralled by the inevitability of growing up with America’s first black president followed by America’s...
Dear Editor:    What a super talk, gathering, BBQ!  Congratulations to Groton History Center for all aspects of the Farm-to-Brew event last Saturday at the Williams Barn.  John Ott gave an interesting illustrated talk; I (and many others) learned why and how hops became an important local crop in...

The Groton History Center Farm to Brew Fundraiser was a perfect summer day for enjoying bar-b-que from Great Road Kitchen, craft brew from Battle Road Brewing Company and Saltbox Kitchen, and music from the Contra Banditos at the Williams Barn

Dear Editor,    There were over 100 people gathered on the grounds of Williams Barn on Saturday, August 25th, to learn more about the Massachusetts hops industry in the 19th century and then to sample some of the local product from the 21st century. All things came together so perfectly, we couldn’...
To The Editor,    The Merchants Mixed Bowling League at Harvard lanes is looking for new members to join this fun, yet competitive league.     The league is open to both men and women.  You may join as an individual, couple or bring in your own team of 3 Bowlers.  We begin Wednesday September 5th 7...
Dear Editor,    The upcoming September 4th Primary (the Tuesday after Labor Day weekend) will provide residents of Massachusetts with an opportunity to impact our political culture with a change for the better by nominating our own Groton, MA resident Beth Lindstrom as the Republican Candidate for...
To The Editor,     Pepperell Watchers Community Group opposes toxic dumping at 161 Nashua Rd in Pepperell.  We encourage residents and business owners in the towns of Pepperell, Groton, Dunstable, Tyngsboro, Littleton and Hollis, NH to get involved and stay informed.    Too many of these statewide...
To The Editor,     In response to our communities and to continue to provide the best education to our students within our financial means, the School Committee continues to give our district administration the task of evaluating and implementing recommendations from the district-wide audits of...

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