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Dear Editor: At the Select Board meeting Monday, September 23, 2019 at the Town Hall, information was shared that there had been flyers put into the clothing racks of a Groton retail store reading, “Muslims got it right about Women.” [See Front page story] There is no way to know what the...

Location of Brooks Orchard in Groton.

[Ed Note: The following letter was sent to active supporters and users of the Groton Trails Network. We include it here for others who might have missed the announcement.]   Dear Friends of Trails, NDO,      As of this Saturday, September 14, the new owners of Brooks Orchard/Chestnut Hills...
I for one surely hope Steward does not go through with its union-busting move against the nurses at Nashoba Valley Medical Center.      If Cerberus takes a long look at the situation, they will find that NVMC is the heart of a network of services that must bring a whole lot of profit to the...
Good morning. It’s a good day to be alive in Groton Massachusetts.      By unanimous vote at last night’s meeting, the Groton Planning Board approved the Site Plan for Kilbourn Place and had high praise for the new Georgian-style redesign. In fact, they offered (and we accepted) to write a letter...
If you’ve been waiting for a good time to go to a local farmers’ market, now is the time. There are still some summer vegetables available, and fall vegetables and fruits are now coming on line. Time to think of vegetable stews and mile high apple pies.      And if you’re concerned about...
On behalf of th Groton History Center I want to thank the Groton Inn for hosting a reception for the official recognition of the J D Poor murals' placement at the Inn. Tricia Tomkins, general manager, arranged for all guests from the community to have delicious food and drink while admiring the...
Editor: Groton Select Board Chairman Alison Manugian, recognizing that the Groton Water Commissioners are an independent elected Board, advised the Select Board that she felt that “we should let them know that we are concerned, that we value communication and extend an offer to help them. We need...
Editor: Last July the news that Mass Com- posting Group [MCGI] was seeking to create a massive landfill in an old gravel pit adjacent to the Nashua river at 161 Nashua Road in Pepperell went public. Shortly after the news broke, signs appeared in Pepperell, Groton and surrounding communi- ties...
A wonderful article by Robert Stewart in the July 26 Groton Herald called out an initiative working its way through the statehouse that would water down the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law (OML). Those that believe that good government is open government should be concerned about the effort to...
To the all the wanabe columnists writing letters to the Editor; I will make this short. I do not, nor will I ever care what you have to say if your letter exceeds 200 words or about 5 inches of a column. If you have that much opinion I'm sure the Editors might entertain having you as a local gossip...

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