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Lawrence, Pepperell, and Dunstable Fire Departments have been awarded more than $170,000 in federal funding through the Assistance to Firefighter Grant (AFG) program.  Dunstable Fire Department will receive $115,481 to be used to purchase firefighter breathing apparatus. Pepperell Fire Department...
In order to keep pace with the costs of running this small newspaper, the price of an annual subscription to the Groton Herald  will increase by $3 on September 1 to $36 per year */
We Take A Break By long-standing tradtion & company policy, The Groton Herald does not publish the first two weeks of August. The Groton Herald is a weekly newspaper published 48 Fridays per year. No newspaper is published the weeks of July 4, the first two weeks of August, and Christmas week...
Michael Luth, Groton’s Police Chief, announces "Coffee With The Chief"  - a monthly opportunity for the public to meet, discuss concerns, and just informally chat with Chief Luth. "Coffee With the Chief" will be held the last Thursday of the month at different locations around town. The first...
Four out of five teens who attempt suicide give clear warning signs, according to the Jason Foundation, Warning Signs of suicidal ideation include, but are not limited, to the following: • Talking about suicide • Making statements about feeling hopeless, helpless, or worthless • A deepening...
OPIOID ADDICTION BILL PASSES UNANIMOUSLY THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators and representatives’ votes on roll calls from the week of July 9-13. OPIOIDS (H 4725)  The Massachusetts House unanimously [147-0] approved and sent to the Senate a bill aimed at combatting...
The Select Board and Planning Board voted to appoint Annika Nilsson Ripps and Gus Widmayer to fill two vacancies on the Planning Board. One is to replace the spot held by John Giger who is now a member of the Select Board and the second is to fill the vacancy left by Michael Vega, who moved out of...
Tom Orcutt of the Groton Sewer Department advised the Select Board that the 4-Corners sewer project “is in full operation now” and that at least one of the businesses in the area has contacted the Department about connecting to the sewer. Water Conservation in effect Tom Orcutt, Superintendent of...
In order to keep pace with the costs of running this small newspaper, the price of an annual subscription to the Groton Herald will increase by $3 on September 1, to $36 per year. */
The Select Board approved the borrowing on a short term note for $3,688,175.  to be used to pay off Whitney Well, to purchase some equipment for the Department of Public Works and $3M for the new Senior Center. Last week, interest for such a note was pegged at 2.25 percent by Town Treasurer Michael...

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