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Editor's Note: Reprinted with Permission from The Lowell Sun by Lisa Redmond, lredmond@lowellsun.com A fired Groton police officer who allegedly flashed his badge to get out of a crosswalk violation in Lowell is now charged with resisting arrest, assault and impersonating a police officer. In...
Attorney Robert Collins, Engineer Stan Dillis and Groton developer Bob Kiley presented the Planning Board with a pre-submission review for their proposal to develop a 28-acre parcel of land at the intersection of Rte. 40/Lowell Rd. and School House Rd. Their plan calls for establishing an ANR (...
On Feb. 11 at a ceremony in the Massachusetts State House, Steve and Deb Boczenowski, founders of Teenage Anxiety and Depression Solutions (TADS), were presented the 2013 Leadership in Suicide Prevention Award by Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention. The Boczenowskis founded TADS in 2011...
With only one week remaining before the deadline to file nomination papers for local town and school offices, there has been a dearth of activity and to date no contested races have developed for major offices. All incumbents on the major boards: Selectmen, Planning Board and School Committee are...
Dear Editor: Mr. Loving should rest assured that his eyesight is not failing him (see Letters to the Editor, Feb.22 issue) and that there is, indeed, no provision in Groton's Charter that calls for Selectmen to adopt a policy to fund large capital projects within the levy limit and thereby avoid...
Judi Barrett, consultant with the Community Opportunities Group, asked the Planning Board for direction regarding Site Plan review, zoning, and parking, and in particular to talk about the problems they were having in these areas. These discussions were in preparation for the 'Implementation Phase...
Apparently the Groton Personnel Board still exists in spite of efforts by the Board of Selectmen to abolish the appointed board once the Town Charter was adopted and the town manager form of government came into effect. The Town Bylaw Review Committee even urged town meeting voters to abolish the...
The School Committee heard a disturbing report at their meeting on Feb. 13 when consultants outlined the current state of technology within the district. A Technology Audit Report prepared from teacher interviews and site visits to the district noted major inadequacies ranging from leadership...
When Boynton Meadows development at 134 Main Street was first proposed and approved in 2011, the Planning Board expressed their hope that the multi-use development would feature more commercial space than was originally in the plan. Responding to that desire, Senate Construction President Bob...
The School Committee is considering an article for placement on the annual Town Meeting warrant which would provide significant funding support for technology upgrades in the District. The article would ask voters to approve expenditure of $700,955 to make upgrades in the District's wired and...

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