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The Legion Hall Memorial Cannon. It was a state-of the-art French design at the time. See details in the accompanying article.

 

by Michael LaTerz   It was called the Great War before we knew we had to number them. World War 1 began in 1914 in the old world, far away. For the most part, the people of the U.S. wanted none of it.      By 1917, Germany was gaining the upper hand. The war was brought to America with...
by Connie Sartini   To assist residents concerned with elevated manganese levels discovered in the municipal water system and with particular concern for infants under 12 months of age, Groton Water Department Superintendent Thomas Orcutt announced that filtered water will now be available...
by Connie Sartini   The following letter was sent to Parents and Members of the Groton Dunstable Regional School District Community last week by Superintendent of Schools Laura S. Chesson, Ed. D.      “I am writing to inform you that on the morning of November 6, 2019, the District was...

Town Manager Mark Haddad, Building Committee Chairman Peter Cunningham, Select Board Chair Alison Manugian, Gail Chalmers and Council on Aging Director Kathy Shelp all enjoy symbolic ribbon cutting, formally inaugurating new Senior Center/Community Center. Photo by Steve Lieman.

 

by Russell Harris   Standing before banks of expansive windows showing blazes of brilliant red and orange foliage, town officials and volunteers thanked voters of Groton for the gift of the beautiful new building before a standing-room-only crowd, all celebrating the opening of Groton’s new...
by Connie Sartini   Town Manager Mark Haddad updated the Select Board on the status of the long-awaited approvals for the Groton Town Charter. He said there is apparently some confusion in the House of Representatives as a result of a change from the original Charter submission that...
by Connie Sartini   Select Board Chairman Alison Manugian advised her colleagues that she had read through the Board’s minutes of Nov. 4 when Vice Chairman Josh Degen took over for her as Chairman.      She had recused herself from the meeting because her husband, Finance Committee member...
RIGHT TO “DRY” (S 1169) The Municipalities and Regional Government Committee held a hearing on a local option proposal that would prohibit a city or town from outright banning any homeowner or tenant from using a clothesline to dry clothing. The law would only take effect in cities or towns...

Archchitect’s drawing of new Groton School Faculty Housing being built on campus. As many as three similar structures may be constructed. Color added by the Groton Herald.

 

by Russell Harris        The Groton School received a site plan review permit from the Planning Board for adjustments to land, public road access and parking where the school will build four faculty-housing units in a building described as resembling ‘a rambling nineteenth-century farmhouse...

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