Special Notices

The following is a notification to all Groton Water Department customers that beginning Monday, March 13, Groton Water Department will start the process of cleaning two drinking water wells at Whitney Pond. This project will take approximately two weeks to complete. During this time, we will be...
Did you know that nearly all of your textiles, regardless of condition, can be recycled and repurposed? Ian Peterson, a Boy Scout in Groton is working to raise awareness for this little-known fact. For his Eagle Project, Ian Peterson, a senior at GDRHS, is initiating and implementing a textile...
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The Groton Herald is seeking a seasoned publications professional to assist with weekly production of the Groton Herald newspaper. Graphic Design experience is a must and familiarity with newspaper design and production is preferred. Strong organizational skills required. Experience with Adobe...
The Voter Registration deadline for both the 2017 Spring Town Meeting and the Annual Town Election is Tuesday, April 4 at 8 PM. • Groton’s 2017 Spring Annual Town Meeting will be held beginning on Monday, April 24 at 7:00 PM at the Groton-Dunstable Middle School Performing Arts Center, 344 Main...

(l to r) Groton Police Chief Donald Palma, Police Officer Nick Betz, Canine Officer Lola, Groton Fire Department Lt. Tyler Shute and Chief Steele McCurdy. Photo by Connie Sartini

Groton Fire Department Lt. Tyler Shute and Groton Police Canine Officer Lola and her handler Officer Nick Betz were recognized at the Board of Selectmen’s Monday night meeting for their extraordinary work in tracking and ultimately locating a student who became lost when she went jogging in the...
Following a request from the Board of Selectmen regarding natural gas leaks in Groton, Town Manager Mark Haddad advised that National Grid has three classifications of leaks ranging from Grade 1 which is considered a safety hazard and warrants immediate repair; Grade 2 which are repaired within six...
Loaves & Fishes Board of Directors is working to identify future directions for the pantry. An important element is to gather information from the community which will provide a foundation for this planning. The Board is asking community members to visit their website at http://...
Applications for grants from the Blood, Bigelow, Warren, Shepley, Ames Lecture Fund are due April 14, 2017 in the Office of the Commissioners of Trust Funds. These grants are for events which will take place between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018. Groups, organizations and individuals are...
The Commissioners of Trust Funds are pleased to announce that they are accepting applications for the Dorothy Ganser van Hoogen and Andre B. van Hoogen Scholarship. This Scholarship is designed for persons who have left school and wish to re-enter education at a time in their lives which may be...

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