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At the going away party for Patrice Garvin at Town Hall, Oct. 3: (Top) Patrice pictured with her former boss Town Manager Mark Haddad. Patrice is now Town Administrator in Shirley. Photo by Brendon Crewe. (Bottom) l-r: Building Inspector Ed Cataldo, Police Chief Don Palma, and Town Clerk Mike...
Groton Conservation Trust announces the winner of the contest to find and name the Gnome is Paul Funch (pictured with gnome). (Editor's note: actually, it's an elf.) As a long-time member of Groton Trails Committee and a person likely to be on Groton trails, Paul acknowledged that it still took...
Middle School students advertising "Seussical" the musical to be held at Performing Arts Center Nov. 1 and 2. Tickets sold at the door. Proceeds from costume sale are going towards funding the show. Photo by Jane Bouvier.
Four new members were inducted in Groton Woman's Club at the garden party meeting at the home of Audrey Bryce, Sept. 13.  Pictured from left are new members Wanda Edwards, Violetta O'Donnell, Deb Nickelson, and Carol Ann Sutton.
Due to a reporting error in a front-page story in last week's edition, Karen Tuomi was misidentified as "former" Director of the Peter Twomey Youth Center. Ms Tuomi is the current Director of the Peter Twomey Youth Center. We apologize for the error and any confusion it may have caused.
As it celebrates 20 years in business, Platt Builders has been awarded two national awards for superior craftsmanship. The 2013 Chrysalis Awards for Remodeling Excellence recognize the nation's best work in 16 categories of residential and commercial remodeling. Platt took home both regional and...
 Ian Sullivan of Groton was one of 202 SUNY Oneonta freshmen who spent their first full day in Oneonta volunteering in the community. Students moved into their residence halls on Sunday, Aug. 25, and participated in the college's sixth annual Freshman Service Day the next day. Sullivan, whose SUNY...
l-r Connie Sartini, Selectman Peter Cunningham, Police Chief Don Palma, and Jane Bouvier enjoy Bliss Bakery at the 134 Main Street Open House, Saturday, Sept. 7
Officer Lola with Officer Nick Beltz, his wife Heather and daughter Scarlett enjoy the festivities at the Lost Lake Station Open House on Saturday, Sept. 7. Photo by Jane Bouvier.


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