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Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Board of Selectmen that the town has the opportunity to expand the parking area behind the Town Hall onto abutting land owned by Groton resident Steve Webber under a lease agreement. The preparation of the vacant lot for parking will be done by the Department of...
Graduating members of the Groton-Dunstable Regional High School senior class received diplomas Friday night in a ceremony at the school. In the photos, Class Valedictorian Kate Cullen (top), receives her diploma, and walks in front of the principal, superintendent, school committee chairperson...
The Planning Board considered Bob France of Mount Laurel Development request for parking approvals for the the 134 Main Street Development. With the agreement of Lawrence Academy, the parking plan for the 105 seats for a restaurant (95) and a bakery (10) proposes to use 34 parking spaces located on...
Bob France developer of 134 Main Street, also know as Boynton Meadows, asked the Planning Board to adjust the escrow requirement for paving the connector road to adjoining properties. In their deliberations, the Planners agreed that there was not immediate urgency for the paving of the so-called '...
Memorial Day in Groton honors those who gave their lives in all of the country's wars. Other photos of the day are included in the PEOPLE and FEATURES sections of this week's paper.
Groton's annual Memorial Day observance will be held on Monday 27 May and will consist of a parade with ceremonies at the Main Street Common, Old Burying Ground, Groton Cemetery, and Sawyer Common. As always the parade honors veterans of ALL wars, but this year's special theme will be the 60th...
Amid praise for outstanding performance and excellent management of the Police Department, the Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to renew Chief Donald Palma's employment contract for the next three years. The contract calls for a four percent raise and an additional week of vacation. Chief...
With one of the most extensive order of conditions contained in a special permit ever issued by Groton Planning Board, George Pergantis, owner of Carriage House Seafood Grill and Function Hall, has a lengthy list of requirements that he must complete, and a number of Boards have to sign off that he...
For the second time in less than six months, the Lost Lake area has been hit hard with structure fires, the most recent this past Friday on Boathouse Road where a four-alarm fire completely destroyed a home. No one was at the residence at the time of the fire. The cause of the blaze is still under...

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