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As Spring Town Meeting approaches on April 30, Selectmen and the Fire Station Building committee are preparing to make a recommendation for improving the town's Fire Fighting Building infrastructure. They continue to gather and evaluate information for three potential sites that meet the criteria...
Three people have taken nomination papers for a three-year position open on Board of Selectmen: Erich Garger, Bob Hargraves and Patrick Petropolous. Garger lives in the Lost Lake area, Hargraves in town center and Petropolous in West Groton. The seat is now held by Fran Dillon, who announced he...
Beginning in mid-May, if all goes according to plan, Groton commuters who travel Rte. 119 to Rte. 495 on their way to and from work or shopping will experience road construction and potential delays as they approach this major intersection in Littleton. This is a result of both traffic safety...
Three candidates have taken nomination papers for a three-year position open for election to Board of Selectmen. Erich Garger, Bob Hargraves and Patrick Petropolous have taken nomination papers in the first few weeks of the town nomination process. Garger lives in the Lost Lake area, Hargraves in...
Despite the fact that Superintendent of Schools Joseph Mastrocola has not signed a contract with the Peabody school district, there was a lengthy discussion on the possibility of needing to initiate either an accelerated search for a full-time superintendent or an interim superintendent search in...
"The Board considers this matter closed," Selectman Chairman Anna Eliot told the audience as she concluded her prepared statement at Monday night's Selectmen's meeting. Eliot's statement came as the culmination of months' long investigation into allegations leveled by resident Meghan Volpe who...
In their efforts to comply with Planning Board recommendations, Thursday night Anytime Fitness, which is proposing to move its location from its current, north Main St. location, across the street to the site of a former Groton schoolhouse, presented a revised landscape plan, a porous concrete...
At a meeting with the Planning Board, Judi Barrett of Community Opportunities Group, consultant for the town's new Master Plan, walked through a 26-item list of all components in the Master Plan that would require revisions to Groton's current zoning regulations. The meeting turned out to be more...

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