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Matthew P. Conlin of Groton, a freshman at Oregon State University, majoring in Earth Sciences, has been named to the Scholastic Honor Roll for the winter term.
State Finals for the National History Day competition were held April 5 in Stoneham. Several members of the 8th grade class at Applewild School competed with others across Massachusetts in hopes of qualifying for the national competition. Jack Horsman of Groton and his partner Anthony Mitchell of...
John Hunt of Dunstable has been selected as an Athlete of the Month for March at Nashoba Valley Technical High School. Jake, son of Rose Georges, is a senior sprinter for the spring track team, specializing in the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes. Jake is in the Electrical Technology program. He...
Bates College student Jackie Ordemann of Groton, delivered a researched-based presentation at this year's Mount David Summit, the college's annual campus-wide celebration of student academic achievement held in late March. Ordemann, who is majoring in biological chemistry at Bates, delivered a...
Worcester Academy Ashlyn Krygowski of Dunstable, Grade 10, has been named to the Headmaster's List for the second trimester of the 2013-14 school year at Worcester Academy. Lauren Sullivan of Groton, Grade 11, has been named to the Honor Roll for the second trimester of the 2013-14 school year at...
Yoga instructor Barbara Rich (center) recently gave a lesson to about 20 local Girl Scout leaders at the monthly meeting of the Nash-a-way Service Unit.  Pictured with her are Karen Harte and Bonnie Nojeim, board members for the Girl Scouts, who organized the session.
Bronze Medal Shaun Sanville of Dunstable, a sophomore at Nashoba Valley Technical High School, won a bronze medal in Collision Repair Technology medals at the recent SkillsUSA District Competition, held at Greater Lowell Technical High School in Tyngsborough. Students who medaled will go on to...
Hannah Robillard, Groton resident and Landmark School Sophomore, won a Boston Globe Scholastic Art Award. Robillard entry in printmaking entitled "The Three Little Pigs" received a Gold Key and will advance to the national level of competition. Over 9,500 pieces were submitted by students, grades...
Students show their science savvy at Oak Meadow Science Fair
PETER T. MACY Peter T. Macy of Groton announces publication of his new e-book "A Fish Tale," a story about a long-lived pet gold fish that learned to read lips. It can be found at Amazon.con (Kindle), Apple Books, Barnes & Noble (Nook) and other web sites selling children's e-books ($3.95)...

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