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(Ed. Note: The following letter is addressed to GDR High School Principal Michael Mastullo, Groton Garden Club, Scott Wilson Design, local author Peter Macy, and Groton Grange) Re: Groton Historical Society Teddy Bear Tea The Groton Historical Society wants to thank individuals and organizations...
Dear Editor: I enthusiastically support the Fitch's Bridge project that includes a replacement bridge over the Nashua River. A vote is to be taken Jan. 26. I am writing this letter to you from several perspectives. As a lifelong equestrian, I see this project as a dream fulfilled for both the...
Dear Editor, If we have a severe weather emergency, take a minute to check on your neighbors (especially the ones that live alone), and make sure they're okay and have everything they need. If you feel that somebody may be unsafe, call the Groton Police. They will do a "wellness check" to make...
Dear Editor: As 2012 draws to a close and we look forward to the New Year and the changes and challenges ahead, town meeting changes will be part of the conversation. Conversations have already included thoughts like we must preserve town meeting. What does this mean? The town's early founders did...
Dear Editor, We want to express our gratitude to all those who donated toys to our Toys for Tots drive.  We collected a record number of toys this year, and because of the generosity of our practice members and residents of Groton and our local communities, dozens of children will experience the...
Dear Editor: Real comedies don't come any better than the one I recently saw on C-Span, the TV channel that covers the US Congress. A hearing was in progress involving a lone, worried congressman* questioning a US admiral who evidently is evaluating the merits of transferring 8,000 United States...
Dear Editor: As the old costly year ends, I have been asked by The Tax Payer's Alliance to comment on the reform of the town meeting process. The meeting is supposed to be a democratic form of government. But, if most people sit home and let a small group run the town meeting, set policy, spend...
Dear Editor and Fellow Citizens,   Would you put this sign in front of your house: "There Are No Guns In This House?"  Of course you wouldn't, because such a sign would be a magnet for home invaders, thieves and rapists.   So why do you send your children to schools where such signs are posted?  ...
Dear Parents and Caregivers, As the President and others have said, our hearts are, indeed, broken in the aftermath of the tragedy at Sandy Hook. There are no easy answers and, as hard as it may seem to believe at this moment, schools remain the safest places for children in Groton-Dunstable and...
Dear Editor: "Everything ought to be as simple as possible, but not simpler." Albert Einstein (1879-1955). Would you like that extra hour of daylight on summer evenings offered by daylight savings time without ever resetting your clocks or watches? Simple solution: Fix a summer schedule and a...

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