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Hatchling

Dear Editor:    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...
To The Editor,    The Town of Groton Scholarship Committee was extremely pleased to be able to offer 10 scholarships to residents of the Town of Groton from the class of 2018 back in May.  We would like to thank many residents who donated to the scholarship fund for their generosity.      We would...
To The Editor,   We are writing in response to a beautifully written letter by Berta Erickson in the July 20 edition of the Groton Herald. Berta addressed the concerns of other residents as well her own regarding Select Board members bringing personal political and divisive opinions to our town –...
To The Editor,   RE: Josh’s Finger   Whatever one’s opinion, Josh’s posting exemplifies polarization. The greatest threat to democracy is when we don’t share a common understanding of the facts.  When we polarize our communities, we are opening the gap. Is that what Groton wants? Anna Eliot */
To The Editor,    At the June 25th meeting of the Groton Selectboard, a resident was granted permission to comment on the Board’s discussion of developing a policy on discounting or waiving fees such as those for building permits.  The resident suggested that any reduction of fees without a...
To The Editor,           Groton History Center is excited to present our new “Farm to Brew” fundraiser event happening on August 25, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Williams Barn on Chicopee Row. There will be food, beer and music. John Ott, former president of the Groton Historical Society, will present a...
To The Editor,   I addressed the Select Board at their July 9 meeting, telling them that I am very concerned about the introduction of national politics into our town, which I consider to be very divisive. Select Board members need to focus on local issues and not use their positions as a bully...
To The Editor,   First the Indian Hill Building permit decision and now our Select Board decides to let the Town Manager work part-time for Dunstable. My question is this: How can Mr. Haddad perform his job efficiently for Groton while also working part-time for Dunstable?     If we only need a...
To The Editor,     The Fresh Air Fund of Northern Massachusetts welcomed 13 New York City children when they arrived at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford on July 17 to spend one or two weeks with volunteer host families in Groton, Westford, Boylston, Harvard, Winchester, Petersham,...
To The Editor,     Last month, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released statistics regarding national rates of suicidal behavior in youth.  I thought you may be interested in statistics that are specific to your state.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released...

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