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The trail connection between Gibbet Hill and Goat Hill will be closed from Thursday 17 September through Saturday 19 September for the installation of a trail bridge over a wet portion of the trail. Questions can be directed to Nikolis Gualco at the Groton Conservation Commission at (978) 448-...
On Tuesday, September 22, 2020 the Prescott School Contractor will be working on Main Street, installing a Fire Service Line into the Prescott School. Traffic will be delayed between the approximate hours of 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. and commuters and the public are urged to seek alternate routes. This...
Week of August 24 During the week of August 24, the police department investigated 12 accidental 9-1-1 calls and 6 motor vehicle complaints. There were no motor vehicle crashes this week. We helped one person get back into their car after they had locked the keys in the car. Emergency...
By George Moore, Groton Animal Control Officer   There were a total of 35 calls to the Animal Control Officer in the month of July, some of which were handled over the phone. The calls were for just about all the varieties of animal, domestic and wild in our town.      Most of the young...
Select Board Schedule 9/14/2020 - 1/11/2021   Monday, September 14, 2020              Regularly Scheduled Meeting  Monday, September 21, 2020              Regularly Scheduled Meeting Monday, September 28, 2020              No meeting – Yom Kippur Holiday Monday, October 5, 2020...
WEEK OF AUGUST 10 During the week of August 10 the police department responded to 32 accidental 9-1-1 calls. Please be careful with your smart watches! Thankfully all were accidental. They investigated 15 scam/identity theft calls, checked the wellbeing of 15 persons, all of which were okay and...

Lots of Gibbet Bulls on Gibbet Hill. Photo by Steve Lieman

 

Groton Police are cautioning residents and visitors that if they want to visit Bancroft Castle, they should pay attention to the signs, otherwise it could make for an expensive visit to watch the sunset. There is parking – but it is limited from dawn to dusk – on the sides of the road, and no...
by Connie Sartini   Town Manager Mark Haddad updated the Select Board on the progress of their plan to train current Building Inspector Bob Garside to take over as Building Commissioner when current Building Commissioner Ed Cataldo retires on September 8, 2020. Haddad said, “The plan was to...
The Groton Police Department has announced that the person depicted in a photo regarding the recent indecent exposure incidents on the Rail Trail has been identified and charges are being filed. GPD would like to thank everyone for their concern and assistance in this matter. Groton Police will...
by Bob Katzen, Beacon Hill Record   Groton State Senator Edward Kennedy voted with rest of the Senate 39-0 to approve a measure that would create a special commission to investigate the official state seal and motto including “those features that may be unwittingly harmful to or...

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