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There Will Be No Groton Herald Published For Two Weeks This August For Staff Vacations By long-standing tradition & company policy, the Groton Herald does not publish for two weeks in August, for vacations. This year we will not publish papers for the weeks of August 10 and August 17. ...
The Groton Select Board has taken the following action at their regularly scheduled meeting of July 13, 2020: • The Select Board has opened the Sargisson Beach parking lot. There will be no lifeguards at the Beach and anyone using the Beach will do so at their own risk. In addition, the Select...
by Connie Sartini   At the Select Board’s July 13 meeting, Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Board that with the likelihood that the COVID-19 Pandemic and associated protocols (masks, social distancing, etc.) will still be in place, both he and Town Clerk Michael Bouchard “believe we need...
Based on the recommendation of Town Manager Mark Haddad, the Select Board voted to hold Fall Town Meeting on Saturday, October 3, 2020 at 10 a.m. The rain date is set for Sunday, October 4, 2020 at 1 p.m. This is planned as an outdoor meeting like the annual spring town meeting.      The...
Someone with a foreign accent is calling GELD customers (usually from a Groton phone number) claiming to offer lower rates and a rebate because you were overcharged on your last bill... Unfortunately it's a scam! Please do not give them any of your GELD information.
Groton Select Board voted 4-1 (Manugian) to adopt the following recommendations of the Sargisson Beach Committee: • Sargisson Beach will not be open with lifeguards or any protocols and will be posted with a "Swim At Your Own Risk" sign. • Safety measures, buoys and swim ropes will be...
There will be a public forum Monday, July 20 at 7 p.m. – online via ZOOM. If you wish to participate, the ID is: ZOOM ID 836 5696 5811. This will be a Moderator-guided discussion of existing Town and Police Department Policies and Practices with Groton Select Board and Groton Police Department...
Week of June 15 In the past week the police department answered 675 calls for service. The following is a summary of some of these calls. • There were 35 motor vehicle stops, 11 parking tickets issued, and 4 motor vehicle crashes. One crash involved a motorcycle rear ending another vehicle;...

Black Lives Matter rally at Minuteman Common in June.  Steve Lieman Photo

 

Shelia Harrington voting with the unanimous majority, The House approved an amendment, 158-0, that would make Juneteenth Independence Day an official state holiday. The Senate still needs to act on the Juneteenth proposal and leaders in that branch have indicated support for making the day a...

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