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To The Editor,    I was horrified to read in last week's paper that St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Ayer suffered the desecration of its religious sanctuary at the hands of vandals.  It marks a sad day in our community.  I almost find myself hoping that this was the senseless act of some misguided...

Little turtles face big hurdles when they emerge from their nests in the often winter-like New England spring.

To The Editor,    Around April Fools Day, you may be surprised to find a tiny turtle hatchling warming on your driveway or road edge! Don’t be fooled! They ARE really there in chilly temps and often snowy weather! Tough times for cold-blooded turtles that need warm sunshine to survive!    Smaller...
Dear Editor,     Friends of Prescott would like to thank the Select Board for approving our Business Plan.  We appreciate the Board’s feedback on opportunities for evolving and strengthening our plan and will continue to adjust it.  This will  expand the usage of the building and  will result in...
   To the Editor,    The March 15 edition of the Groton Herald had a Letter to the Editor encouraging GELD to become a “Clean Energy Leader”. If anybody in town had any doubts about this, I am proudly informing you that GELD is and has been a clean energy leader.    It is very important to define...
To The Editor,    At the Select Board Meeting on Monday, March 18, 2019, I stated that the Groton Fire Department generally has received about 20 Fire/EMS calls per year between midnight and 6 a.m. I was referring to an informational chart distributed by the Fire Department Task Force at their...
To Town Manager Haddad & The Select Board,    First of all, I would like to thank you and The Board for the support they showed the department and the Chief last evening.  It has been a long road to get here, but I am glad we have come full circle on this issue.  Even though the process has...
Dear Editor,    As a scholar of Groton history, I would like to spread the word that the most historic property in town, the Lawrence Homestead at 44 Farmers Row, has been just placed on the market for the first time ever. This property has been owned by the Lawrence family since the 1780s, with...
To the Editor,    As medical costs continue to increase alarmingly, it is evident that our current health care system in Massachusetts needs to be changed. There is legislation currently in committee in the state legislature that addresses the problem, notably House Bill 1194 and Senate Bill 683...
Dear Editor:    Thanks to Robert Stewart at the Groton Herald for writing the article about West Groton Center (WGC). (See story page 3, August 17, 2018)     The article was thoughtful and reminded me how much my wife and I appreciated WGC when we lived “on the square” for about 11 years from mid-...
To The Editor,    I am coordinator for the Municipal Light Plant evaluation group for Massachusetts Climate Action Network. I am writing this letter to ask local ratepayers to encourage your local utility, Groton Electric Light Department, to become a clean energy leader.       Massachusetts ranks...

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