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Dear Editor:   I moved to Groton from Newton a year ago and have found the small town vigorous civic involvement a surprising and refreshing bonus. I loved your bare knuckle assessment of this incident.  We are virtually powerless to have any impact on the national "clown-car" politics. Here you...
Dear Editor, Is it possible for a Select person to question the decisions of the Town Manager, a position that reports directly to the Board of Selectmen, in a public meeting, which is required under the open meeting laws and not have his motives, his behavior and timing questioned? Shooting the...
"Amused and Appalled" To The Editor: As a former Groton resident of 30 years, I continue to be amused and appalled by Jack Petropoulous' antics as he makes a spectacle of his lack of knowledge on how to be a 'good' Selectman. NOTHING is gained for the Town by unwarranted attacks on the Town...
To The Editor, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.       To all the Fire Departments, Police, and other first responders who braved the  cold on December 29, to fight the devastating fire at Blood Farm in West Groton.  Words cannot express our appreciation to our customers, friends,  neighbors, and...
Dear Editor: Regarding the school budget shortfall of $400,000. As we understand it, the school system has its own administrator and accountant. We think this is a duplication of effort on the part of the school system. We think the town accountant should also run the management of the school...
Dear Editor: It was scary to hear that digested drugs were finding their way via leaching into the Lost Lake. This is indeed a delicate area. Instead of forming the Lost Lake Sewer Committee, the administration should form an ecological group to study ways to help the Lost Lake area. We think a...
To The Editor: Properly situated and maintained Title 5 septic systems can do a good job preventing bacterial contamination of waterways. But Title 5 systems do not treat excess nutrients in the wastewater.      Excess phosphates from urine flow out of septic systems.  Some soils can absorb a...
Dear Editor: The Groton Woman's Club thanks Russ Harris and the Groton Herald for its pre-sale coverage of our 8th Annual Greens Sale. Through the generous support of the community, the press, our club members and various donors, we are able to award several scholarships each year to qualified...
Ed Note: The comment below was submitted via the Groton Herald website in response to our Editorial, 'Rethinking The Lost Lake Sewer' To the Editor: I'm trying to understand why some town leaders in Groton are refusing to follow the advice from multiple highly-paid scientific professionals to...
Thanks to the generosity of our communities and the hard work of more than 75 volunteers, 355 local families received all the fixings for their Thanksgiving dinner complete with a frozen turkey, stuffing, gravy, pie, cranberry sauce, juice and fresh vegetables, during our Annual Thanksgiving Dinner...

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