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Dear Editor,      In his recent letter, Joe Finch misunderstands what I was saying in my last letter.  That most of the media “doesn’t get it” on the gun issue goes a lot deeper than my simple example of Reporter Connie Sartini’s small error on rifle nomenclature.  These and many far worse errors...
Dear News Editor:     At the 9-24-2018 Board of Selectmen meeting, the BoS was seated at a very grand, massive semi-circular dais, and were sitting on very expensive-looking swivel office chairs. Would the GH know if these items are part of the modest remodel of the upper meeting room of the Town...
To The Editor,    On behalf of the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District, we wanted to share some devastating news about one of our colleagues. Our beloved teacher of 12 years, and Dunstable resident, Diane Glinka, passed away on September 23, 2018 from a brain aneurysm. She was surrounded by...
Dear Editor:    The Groton Conservation Commission is undertaking an update of the Town’s Open Space and Recreation Plan.    This plan identifies goals and priorities to guide Town policy and investments in open space preservation and recreation over the next five years. The plan must be updated...
To the Editor,    When I addressed the Town meeting Monday night one of the actions required by the Demolition Delay Bylaw is that a public hearing be held to get the community’s input on the preservation determination of the significant building. George Wheatley Jr. Member Groton Historical...
Dear Editor,    Union Congregational Church in Groton acknowledges and thanks the businesses and individuals who so graciously donated to this year’s Harvest Fair Silent Auction.  Anthony’s Coal Fire Pizza, Bailey’s Bar & Grill, Lois Berge, Birch on Hollis, Blackbird Café, Body Mind Spirit...
Dear Editor,    Another issue of the Herald, another display of pedantry and intellectual dishonestly from our dear friend Mr. Lyman. How refreshing it is to see our rights being defended in such a hearty, well thought-out manner! What’s that, you say? His entire argument of what constitutes an...
To The Fire Dept. Staffing Task Force,     The Professional Fire Fighters of Groton Local 4879 would like to express our full support and respect for Chief McCurdy and his efforts to continuously improve the services provided to the community by the fire department.   Throughout Chief McCurdy...
Dear Fellow Groton Residents:     This weekend Grotonfest will take place at the Legion Hall grounds on Hollis Street.  On behalf of all the Groton Lakes Association (GLA) Members and Friends, I want to invite you to stop by our booth and talk to us about the wonderful lake resources that are...

Pete, the Pet Squirrel.  Photo taken 1922 at the White House by Harris & Ewing, photographer - Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print. Photo submitted by David Southwick

To The Editor,    We live in such a wonderful town, where wildlife is abundant and outdoor activity is in full swing year round.    Yet we have a problem on our roads; I am not referring  to drunk drivers, or even drivers that text, those problems are serious, and, yet, not as tragic as seeing...

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