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by Connie Sartini        The Select Board voted to approve a new manager application for the Forge and Vine Restaurant and the Groton inn related to their alcohol license. Patricia Tompkins is the Director of Food and Beverages for the Groton Inn.     Co-owner of the Groton Inn John Amaral told the...
Nomination papers for Groton’s elected offices are available as of February 4, 2019. If you’ve thought about applying your skills or pursuing an interest serving in an elected capacity, now is the time!  Almost all offices have an expiring terms. A complete list of openings is available at www....
Groton Select Board and Finance Committee will hold a joint meeting on Saturday, January 26 starting at 9 a.m. in the first floor meeting room Town Hall  to discuss the 2020 budget.  AGENDA     Discussion of FY20 Town Operating and Capital Budget Proposals      Specific Budget Topics will include (...
Winter Classes  January 27 - March 7 Classes January 27–February 9  (Start Dates) SHAKE YOUR SOUL®: THE ENERGY OF DANCE (January 7th) Come move, groove, and get creative in a fun, open and supportive environment with different types of music to inspire you! TAI CHI CH’UAN: (Tuesdays) Drop-ins...
Nashoba Valley Chorale just finished its winter concert and are starting preparations for its spring performance. Nashoba Valley Chorale invites all singers interested in performing Faure’s Requiem to come to open rehearsals Mondays at the First Baptist Church in Littleton on the common, 461  King...

Skidder on site at Surrenden Farm where five acres of unhealthy red pines were recently removed as part of a forest management plan prepared by Bay State Forestry and Groton Conservation Commission, making way for turtle nesting habitat by the Nashua River.

   Groton Conservation Commission (with a lot of help) has been hard at work in 2018 updating the Town’s Open Space and Recreation Plan.  This plan identifies goals and priorities to guide town policy and investments in open space preservation and recreation over the next five years.     The plan...
 Nomination papers for Groton’s elected offices are available as of February 4, 2019. If you’ve thought about applying your skills or pursuing an interest serving in an elected capacity, now is the time!  Almost all offices have an expiring terms. A complete list of openings is available at  www....
Groton Interfaith Council will again be hosting a Community Potluck Breakfast in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  The breakfast will be held on Monday, January 21, at 10 a.m. at First Parish Church in the Vestry.      The featured speakers this year will be Amy and Josh Degen who will make a...
Groton Animal Control reminds all Residents that it’s once again time to license our dogs. The registration period is from January 1 to February 28. After that a late fee will be charged. Licensing can be done on-line on Groton’s web-site. Proof of rabies vaccination is required.  The fee for a...
The Groton Police Department is accepting applications for a full-time (40 hours) Police and Fire Communications Officer. The hourly wage is $23 to $26.89 based on experience. There is an evening shift and a late night shift. Full job posting is available in the printed edition of this week's...

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