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To The Editor,    At this year’s Arbor Day,  Friends of the Tree Warden will be celebrating a very special service animal. “Lola,” Groton’s first ever K9, worked for the Groton Police Department and the Town of Groton for over the 6 years, starting in 2012.     Her gentle disposition made her an...
To the Editor:    On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Pages for Peace Foundation we would like to take this opportunity to thank the many people, organizations, and service providers who supported our efforts to bring David Hogg, March for Our Lives co-founder and student activist from...
To The Editor,    John Reilly --- A dedicated, impartial public servant.    I’ve known John Reilly for almost 4 years – since we became a part of this incredibly friendly, welcoming town.  And I fully support him for the Select Board.    It’s come to my attention that some who back other candidates...
Dear Editor,    I consider the plastic “tee-shirt” grocery bag—the ones that Westford recently banned—to be a significant, if small, advance in civilization.    If you have ever carried several bags full of groceries out to your car instead of using the shopping cart (why make extra work for store...
To The Citizens of Groton,   It has come to my attention that one of the other candidates running for Select Board is leaving the impression that I have formed an alliance with them and that we are running together.   Let me make this crystal clear, I am running alone for the purpose to serve you...
To The Editor,    The audience at Saturday’s performance of Patriots’ Paths: Groton 1765-1776 left with many lessons from the founding of our nation, including this one: town meetings played a big role in founding our nation.    From Boston to Groton and beyond, town meetings enabled colonists to...

Playing the role of Groton’s last enslaved person at "Patriots Paths."

To The Editor,   This was the response from the author of the Paths to the Patriots Groton script that was presented at the Old Meeting House (First Parish) on Saturday evening. I can’t think of any higher praise than this from Mary Fuhrer:   What a rousing success Saturday night was! Your...
Dear Editor,    As the town considers the benefits and drawbacks of maintaining the Prescott School, it seems that many people are focused on the immediate, one-time repair bill. This is completely understandable, considering the financial situation of the town. But I think we need to look at this...
To the Editor:    The Groton Public Library is being re-carpeted for two-three weeks starting Monday, April 29. The extended timeframe is because of the need to remove and temporarily store all the books and materials before the shelving can be taken down. After the new carpet is installed, the...
To the Editor:    Not every Letter to the Editor can be responded to...but the recent letter by Janet Landry Shea (April 12) requires a response because it put forth so many inaccuracies about the Prescott School that should these statements not be corrected, the public would be seriously...

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