Letters

To The Editor, A “growing divisiveness” is cited in the fist sentence of the statement placed under the recently installed “All Are Welcome” stones, implying that the stones really mean all like minded people are welcome. If you have different views that might contribute to divisiveness, you are...
Dear School Community, I am writing to you as an individual School Committee member that has a desire to share information to our two member towns. Your School Committee has been meeting with town officials in both Dunstable and Groton in effort to strategize on how to fund the District...
Dear Groton Citizens, The members of the Groton Police Patrolman’s Association and the Groton Superior Officer’s Association have once again begun their annual fundraising campaign! We look forward to having your continued support in 2017. It is because of the support of citizens like yourself...
Dear Editor: On behalf of the Town of Groton, I would like to thank the many volunteers from the Groton Garden Club for their time, hard work and for donating the plants used toward beautifying the 9/11 Memorial in front of the Center Fire Station. I would also like to thank them for all the time...

Final touches being completed on Station House Restaurant. Photo by Russell Harris

Dear Editor, About six months ago, I returned to Groton from practicing law in Manhattan to help my parents rehabilitate the old fire station into a farm-to-fork restaurant. Our family has given this preservation project careful attention for the unique challenges in modernizing an architecturally...
To the Editor, While I recognize the Groton Herald’s right to express an editorial opinion, I think its criticism of The Economic Development Committee, a committee established by Selectmen to aid their decision-making on future economic development in the Town, is wrong-headed and misses the point...
Dear Groton Residents, My family and I would like to thank those of you who have been vigilant and kind during our egg laying season! We have had to cross busy roads to nest and many of you have helped us cross safely. During our 200 million years on the planet we have had to deal with clumsy...

This photo of the beautifully refurbished weather vane soon to be reinstalled on the spire of the Old Groton Meetinghouse, gives a perspective on its size and scale. Installation ceremony starts at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 15 Photo by Steve Lieman

To The Editor, After a many month absence from the spire of the Old Groton Meetinghouse, the 250 year old, three dimensional rooster weather vane affectionately known as “Buddy” will return to his rightful place overlooking Minuteman Common. Light refreshments will be served in the vestry (1st...
To the Editor, Everyone should read the excellent articles in GELD’s July newsletter about electric cars. (http://www.grotonelectric.org/geld-newsletter-july-2017/) In the not too distant future most of us will drive fully electric vehicles. I’ve driven one for two years and it is much less...
GDATPLAY, INC., the new 501(C)3 non-profit privately fundraising for the Fields Renovation Project at the Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Main Stadium Complex has finished their Spring Community Fundraising with nearly half of the initial funds secured that it needs to build the multi-sport...

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