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Groton Planning Board is presenting three zoning amendment articles to April 22 Annual Spring Town Meeting, including some major changes to the schedule of regulations of the farming bylaw in order to bring Groton regulations into compliance with the state agriculture regulations. Many state...
Town Manager Mark Haddad outlined various options that could be implemented in order to fund Groton Dunstable Regional School District's request for an additional $525K to fund critical technology needs for schools. Of this amount, Groton would contribute $425K or 76 percent while Dunstable would...
There was a buzz of excitement and anticipation in the standing-room only High School theater waiting for the appearance of Steve Kornacki, a graduate of Groton-Dunstable; a man, who 16 years ago must have felt like many of the young people in the audience Wednesday; a man who has achieved...
Selectmen voted to postpone an article slated for Spring Town Meeting warrant regarding acceptance of Off Prescott Street as a public roadway following their public hearing. The decision to remove the article was based, in part, on division among residents of the street and the need for more...
Committed to staying informed about changes to laws and updates in current criminal procedures, Dunstable police completed a Law Enforcement Liability In-service Training, March 5 at the police station in Leicester. The Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA), property and casualty...
The Groton Herald was notified by Boston Attorney Carmen L. Durso that on March 20, 2013 he filed a suit in Suffolk Superior Court alleging that his client. A young man referred to in the complaint as plaintiff "John Doe" was sexually abused and raped, while he was a minor, by a female teacher"...
In yet another sign of Groton's changing business dynamic, local businessman Peter Myette is planning to tear down his existing building at 120 Boston road, current home of Myette Power Equiptment, to make way for a two-story 16,000 square-foot medical office building, thus expanding the current...
Although Selectman Jack Petropoulos voted with the rest of his colleagues at the Board meeting March 11 to ask the Bylaw Review Committee to look at the Personnel Board and how or if it fits with the Town Charter, he also initiated a citizen's petition that would force an article onto Spring Town...
Groton's new Tax Collector/Treasurer Michael Hartnett of Pepperell was appointed by the Town Manager and Selectmen after being chosen from a field of 16 applicants for the position. Hartnett served for last 13 years as the Tax Collector/Treasurer for Pepperell. He strong ties to Groton where in...

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