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More than one person has told me recently that he or she doesn’t vote because there is no difference between Democrats and Republicans, that both are equally corrupt and irresponsible, and that it just doesn’t really matter who wins, because nothing will change either way.      I disagree. The...
To the holiday carolers who have come to our home for the past few years--We do not know who your are, or where you come from, but you bring us much joy! Thank you.   Dave & Pat Woods Hollis Street
Sending an anonymous letter to anyone’s home is unacceptable. Sending the one that Marlena Gilbert recently received is a form of bullying: anonymous, snide, hurtful, and hateful with the goal of intimidation. From a member of our own community. Despicable and sad.   Janet Landry Shea...
To all Groton young adults and youth: Where were you? When will you make your voice heard? When will you start standing up in the fight on Climate Change? I took the time to attend Senator Markey's Town Hall meeting in Acton last Sunday night on Climate Change and the Green New Deal. WHERE...
I am writing to object to the subtext of a message on my current light bill, discussing the reinstatement of the Power Cost Adjustment. I understand the rationale for this adjustment and have no objection to it. However, reading the message, I detect a subtle plug for the myriad pressures being...
I’d like to offer a sincere shoutout of congratulations to our Groton Fire Department for the success they have realized in forming the new training class of on-call recruits. Chief Steele and Lt. Shute consistently pursued a broad program of recruitment, to find willing men and women motivated...
Start the new year off right by disposing of your Christmas tree promptly. A dried out Christmas tree will ignite quickly and spread a fire very fast. Even a well-watered tree dries out quickly and becomes a danger.      For example. On December 18, 2018, at 2:00 a.m., the Revere Fire...
In 2004 the town of Groton, initially at town meeting then ratified at a town election, voted to participate in the state's Community Preservation Act (CPA).      By committing to participate in the CPA, residents demonstrated their willingness to pay a supplemental levy of 3% on their real...
When I hear someone, usually a politician, talk about unifying the American people, about how he or she is the one who can unite us, I take it with a large grain of salt.      Only once, perhaps, in our history, and then for only a very brief time, has the United States ever been a “united”...
I write this letter with deep gratitude as I refelct on Groton Community School’s 15th Annual Home Tour – our biggest and most successful Home Tour to date.      On Saturday, Nov. 23, a record number of participants –– more than 550 –– toured some of the most unique homes that Groton, and the...

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