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RiverCourt hosted a local First Responders cookout with a three piece jazz band, thanking them for all they do! RiverCourt Management, staff and residents all enjoyed celebrating the dedicated of the Groton Police and Fire. Residents applauded them, held posters when they arrived, and enjoyed chatting and spending time visiting with Groton's First Responders.

HouseWorks, Newton-based homecare company serving Greater Boston markets. In this role, aimed at continuing rapid expansion that’s been underway since 2019, Nancy Gillette oversees all sales, marketing, business development and customer success aspects at HouseWorks that can be easily scaled into...
Students from Groton and Dunstable have received degrees and earned honors at colleges and universities around the country.     University of Massachusetts Lowell William Oliver Labadie Moseley of Groton received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science. Richard Erland O’Brien...
Acorn Tree Service of Harvard recently completed a major project for New England Forestry Foundation in Groton. Four employees spent five hours carefully chipping up and removing 20 piles of branches at Groton Place on Long Hill Road. They also chain-sawed 4 very large pine trees and and removed...
When Casey O'Connor was seven, she drew a picture for the Westford Police Department thanking officers for keeping us safe after 9/11. This drawing is framed and displayed at the Westford PD. Recently, Officer Casey O'Connor graduated from the Methuen Police Academy.      Casey started with Groton...
University of Massachusetts Lowell 2020 Graduates.  Local residents were among the graduates honored by UMass Lowell’s 2020 Commencement on Friday, May 29, 2020. The university held a virtual Commencement ceremony for the more than 4,400 members of the Class of 2020, which represents 45 states...

On June 26 12:02 p.m., the Groton Police Department received a report of a missing child at Bertozzi’s off of Townsend Road. The five-year-old girl was last seen at approximately 11:30 a.m. She was wearing a white tee shirt and a pink skirt. They put out a missing child report and asked residents that live in the area to please check their yards. They advised people not to go into the woods as search dogs were being deployed. A half hour later, a very happy little girl was reunited with her family. And she got a little love from K-9 Officer Bane [above]. The Groton Police Department thanks all who called in to offer assistance.

 

Memorial Day Challenge winner Delilah of Groton Girl Scout Troop 69090 with her poster honoring fallen service members.

 

Virtual meetings and “stay at home” programming have allowed Girl Scouts to stay connected and engaged throughout the pandemic. Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts has organized virtual sing-a-longs, meet-ups, “Camp Outside the Box” summer programming, and new badges for socially distanced...

Rev. Elea Kemler and husband Alan Hurvitz

In appreciation for the many years of service given by its church leaders Minister Elea Kemler and Director of Religious Education Liz Davis-Chaffin, First Parish Church of Groton members staged a drive-by parade Saturday, June 27.      More than 100 cars and more than 200 people participated...
Rochester Institute of Technology Dean's List      Undergraduate students are eligible for the Dean’s List if their term GPA is greater than or equal to 3.400; they do not have any grades of “Incomplete”, “D” or “F”; and they have registered for, and completed, at least 12 credit hours....

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