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West Groton Water Supply District recently received the 2020 Utility of the Year Award from New England Water Works Association (NEWWA), the region’s largest and oldest not-for-profit organization of water works professionals.      This award recognizes utilities which have made significant im...
  Police Log: Deptember 13-19, 2020  During the week of September 13, officers investigated 18 accidental 9-1-1 calls, 9 motor vehicle complaints, and 9 cases of fraudulent activity (i.e. social security fraud or unemployment fraud). There were multiple bear sightings throughout the...

Rep. Sheila Harrington, Incumbent

1. What do you see are the biggest needs in the district right now? What are your legislative priorities?      If I were to speak to the needs of this District as a whole, I would say the District’s needs largely mirror the needs of every other District in the Commonwealth. Money is presently a...

Challenger Deb Busser

1. What do you see are the biggest needs in the district right now? What are your legislative priorities?      The next few years on Beacon Hill will almost certainly be centered around the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent recovery. Though I expect many challenges, we are also being...
Q: What are the voting options for November 3? R: There are three options • Early Vote by Mail: You can apply now. • Early Vote in Person: Saturday, October 17 to Friday. October 30 at Town Hall https://www. grotonma.gov/government/ departments/town-clerk/ election-information/early-...

Alumni and friends of former Tarbell School gather on front steps. Photo by Connie Sartini

 

by Connie Sartini   On Thursday evening, Sept. 17, promptly at 6 p.m. a well distanced group gathered outside of the newly renovated Tarbell School for a flag raising ceremony “in memory for all the children who walked through those doors.”      Initiated by West Groton resident Gail...

A spontaneous candlelight vigil for long-time Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gathered recently at Ayer Courthouse steps. Photos by Steve Lieman

This summer was supposed to be year two of a three-year cycle of EEE (Eastern Equine Encephalitis), the potentially deadly disease that surfaces for three or so years and then generally disappears for seven years, according to state health officials. Last year (2019), was the worst single year...
- Officer Bane’s K9 Corner - • Dispatched to Nashua Rd to assist looking for a missing person. Assisted Littleton PD in an item search to assist them with gathering evidence in an investigation. • Assisted Dunstable PD in searching for a missing 3-year- old. Child was hiding in the house...
• Aug 31 - September 5      During the week of August 31, the police department investigated 10 accidental 9-1-1 calls; had 4 reported bear sightings (although we saw at least 4 more reported on Facebook); checked on 3 complaints of fireworks or other loud noises; and checked the well-being of...

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