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Police Chief Donald Palma warns residents that thefts from cars and housebreaks in Groton are on the increase and advises residents to lock doors and windows in their homes and to lock their cars. The Chief said that breaks are not lim¬ited to any one section of town. Housebreaks are also occurring...
The Mass hunting season is in full swing with bear season just ended. Oct. 13 is opening day of upland game season with 45,000 pheasants released on MA Wildlife Management Areas. Deer season begins on October 15 when archers will get their chance at one of the 100,000 deer inhabiting the state.
A citizen's petition for an article on the October 15 Fall Town Meeting warrant seeks to amend the current town zoning bylaws, in particular those that require special permits for agriculture, floriculture and horticulture. The amendment will effectively remove the special permitting that is...
Groton Electric light Department has cleared a critical hurdle in their building plans for new administration and garages on their site on Station Avenue. GELD, which has been working on this for well over a year, finally got approval from the Conservation Commission for their Notice of Intent to...
Gary Hebert, transportation engineer with Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, presented his peer review comments to the Planning Board Thursday night during the Site Review Plan for the proposed new Center Fire Station. He stressed that the site driveway at the intersection with Farmers Row assumes that...
Monday night Groton Conservation Commission member Peter Morrison provided Selectmen with more detail regarding the ConCom plan to spend $716K for 108 acres of land on Chicopee Row using funds already set aside in their Conservation Commission Fund. These funds have been specifically earmarked for...
Registration deadline for new voters to be eligible to vote in the Nov. 6 Presidential Election is Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. Town Clerk's Office will be open until 8 p.m. for voter registration. Anyone who turns 18 by Election Day (Nov. 6) is eligible to vote in the Presidential Election....
Today the Groton Electric Light Department operates with a 54 percent carbon free footprint including wind power, hydro power and some nuclear, according to GELD Manager Kevin Kelly, and that part of the GELD agenda is to become more carbon free. GELD held a public hearing for residents to talk...
Groton Electric light Department has cleared a critical hurdle in their building plans for new administration and garages on their site on Station Avenue. GELD, which has been working on this for well over a year, finally got approval from the Conservation Commission for their Notice of Intent to...
Colin Williams, who has lived on Redskin Trail for more than 20 years, feels that the name of his street is "barbaric," and wants to have it changed to Harmony Lane. In addition, he also wants to change the numbering of the homes on that street. His proposal, however, was anything but harmonious,...

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