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We would like the residents of the 1st Middlesex District to know how fortunate we all are to have been so positively impacted by the dedication of our State Representative Sheila Harrington over the past ten years, and how strongly we believe that the District will only benefit more from her re-...
We will be voting for Deb Busser for StateRepresentative on November 3 and we hope you will too. We have spoken with Deb several times over the past few months.      This has been easy since she is present at so many community events and acts like the neighbor that she is, having lived here...
Although I was not born in New England, I have been a resident of Groton for nearly 30 years, so I do feel like Groton is my home. Over the years Ihavespentalotofmyown time volunteering for many local initiatives including town committees, school committee, church, and other charitable endeavors...
Caused by a steady rise in greenhouse gas emissions, climate change will have serious effects for New Hampshire.      Predictions show that overtime New Hampshire will have a climate like West Virginia if climate change is not addressed. The state will see warmer months, less foliage, and an...
The Groton Civil Discourse Project (GCDP) will be hosting a virtual dialogue on Thursday, September 24, at 7 p.m. entitled “Can We Talk About Racism - Continued.”      We would like to thank people who participated in the dialogue on racism on August 6, 2020. The event was well received, and...
"September’s Goldenrod Hours"   The golden-rod is yellow; The corn is turning brown; The trees in apple orchards With fruit are bending down.   The poem “September” by Helen Hunt Jackson captures this golden month and was required memorization in my fourth grade class in the...
We wholeheartedly support Deb Busser for State Representative. We believe that Deb will bring the fresh voice and the change needed to represent the First Middlesex District. Deb has intelligence, charisma, and a penchant for bringing folks together. These gifts will benefit both sides of the...
As COVID-19 has shown us all, pandemics know no borders. While the US is facing its own challenges in defeating the virus at home, the world around us hurts as well. However, in the first emergency stimulus package, Congress only allocated less than half of 1% of the total budget for foreign aid...
We’re voting for Deb Busser for State Representative. We ask that you do the same. We met Deb and her family three years ago when they became our next-door neighbors. From this vantage point, we have a close-up view of Deb’s values, how she interacts with others, and how she feels about her...

A bigger turtle, on the road in Groton.

Tiny turtle hatchlings, no larger than a quarter, have begun to emerge from their underground nests! Over the next month, please watch for them as they leave from tiny holes in garden beds, road shoulders, and sandy slopes. They travel great distances when making their perilous journey to safe...

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