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During his Covid press briefings, Governor Baker always discusses about the number of new cases, hot zones, active infections, new molecular tests, confirmed cases, seven-day average of positive tests, number of people hospitalized, the number of new deaths, and the counties where the deaths...
Joshua Vollmar’s front page piece - One Fireplace & Chimney Keeping Groton People Warm - is the fascinating history of the Champney House located at the corner of Hollis and Champney Street that Vollmar found was built approximately 1685.      In his research he paints a broad canvas from...
GDRSD Building Committee will be meeting via zoom on November 24, 2020, at 6 p.m. to discuss the future of Florence Roche School, the track, and athletic fields on the Main Street Campus.      GDRSD Bldg Committee and the GDRSC formally invite you to attend and provide feedback on this...
There are so many in the community of Groton that we would like to thank. In particular, we would like to send out a big thanks to the Groton Police and Ambulance service.      You were there in our time of need and showed patience and compassion. Thank you.      We would also like to...
In light of the grueling year we have all had across the nation and world, at least a moment or two of light and unity is needed.      My request is that everyone in Groton and surrounding towns ring a bell (or bells) for 2 minutes on Christmas Eve at 6:00 p.m. We can enter the cold air on our...
In a letter posted November 6, Mr. Mike Metzger wrote, “I am not pro-abortion. I don’t know anyone who is.” Yet Mr. Metzger positioned, I believe falsely, the Senate bill 1209 ROE Act as a measure to protect women. It doesn’t. Let’s outline what the ROE Act really is: • It allows 16-year-old...
Phinney's (also known as Phinney’s Friends), a local nonprofit that helps low-income people keep their pets by paying for vet bills, medication, and pet supplies, is trying something new this year in light of Covid-19 restrictions.      Instead of its lively Holiday Festival at Lincoln’s...
Dear Groton voters, Thank you to the thousands of voters who supported my run for State Representative and to everyone who considered the candidates and cast a ballot in this race. Although my campaign did not prevail, we accomplished so much together. We garnered over 48% of the vote in a...
Regarding the Storm Water Enterprise Fund: Now I’ve seen everything: Taxpayers are being charged if it rains heavily for the water Mother Nature discharges into the ground. If I understand the definition of storm water correctly, we are being charged by the Water Dept. for the water used to...
Workers Credit Union is planning to become a Federal Credit Union instead of a Massachusetts Chartered Credit Union. I have received notice of a Special Meeting November 24 to vote on this.      If you are a member of Workers Credit Union, please vote against this change. The real issue is...

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