Special Notices

Dan Shaughnessy, Sports Columnist and Associate Editor at the Boston Globe, will co-host Grotonfest on Saturday, September 23, from 2 PM to 3 PM. A former Groton resident, Dan will be co-hosting with Groton Police Chief Donald Palma and Groton Fire Chief Steele McCurdy who are the Masters of...
Groton Residents seeking sales tax relief will still need to keep taking the short trip across the Mass-NH border. Even though Gov. Baker filed a bill that would allow consumers to buy most products that cost under $2,500 on Saturday, Aug. 19 and Sunday, Aug. 20 without paying the state’s 6.25...
Harlan the gnome has been found by master sleuth John Moores. John has found Harlan more than anyone else by far so he deserves his well earned ice cream treat at Johnson's. Harlan can be seen until Saturday at the Groton Conservation Trust Gamlin Picnic site off Fitch’s bridge road. It is a lovely...
Once again Boy Scouts Troop 1 West Groton will hold a HUGE yard sale on Labor Day, Monday, September 4 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at H&V Field, 220 Townsend Rd (between 225 & 119), West Groton as part of the annual FIREMEN'S MUSTER. Donation Drop Off:  Wednesday, August 30 from 4 to 8 p.m. at H...
Groton’s 2017 Fall Town Meeting will be held Monday, October 23, at 7 p.m. in Groton-Dunstable Middle School Auditorium.
Harlan is still enjoying his less-used, unmarked trail so the ice cream prize has not been claimed. He is not too far from a big old dead pine with many holes in it. Some of the holes are rectangular which is a sign of pileated woodpeckers in the area. They love to eat carpenter ants and you can...
Reminder to Our Readers: The Groton Herald Is Published 48 Weeks Per Year. In summer, the Herald is not published the week of July 4 or the first two weeks of August. In winter, the Herald takes a vacation the week between Christmas and New Year's Eve. Thank You For Supporting the Groton Herald
Harlan the Gnome still has not been spotted, so no one has gotten the Johnson ice cream certificate prize for finding him. The prize is waiting for someone to claim--all you have to do is ferret him out in his leafy hiding place. Harlan is on a Groton Conservation Trust trail less traveled, and...
Dear Readers: The Groton Herald Is Published 48 weeks Per Year. In Summer we take off 3 vacation weeks: the week of July 4, and the first two weeks of August. This year's no-pub August dates are the 4th and 11th. We hope you have some good vacation time this summer, too. Thank You For Supporting...

Town Manager Mark Haddad and Selectman Jack Petropoulos dedicate installation of first ‘All Are Welcome’ Stone in West Groton Square on Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Photo by Russell Harris

Selectmen -Jack Petropoulos, Becky Pine and Barry Pease voted to move forward on a request from Town Manager Mark Haddad for installation of the controversial “All Are Welcome” stones. Although Haddad said there are five stones, he wanted to start with the one on Route 225 at the Groton/Shirley...

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