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*/ Town Manager and Board of Selectmen are seeking volunteers to fill a vacancy on Nashua River Wild and Scenic River Study Committee. This is an alternate position that recently became vacated. Any interested parties may obtain a Committee Interest Form on the town website at:  http://www....
Ongoing severe winter weather has more than doubled the number of canceled American Red Cross blood drives and the resulting blood and platelet donation shortfall since earlier this month. The Red Cross now considers the situation critical and is reissuing an urgent call for blood and platelet...
*/ Ed. Note: George Moore, Groton’s Animal Control Officer forwarded the following letter.   Dear Chief:     It has come to my attention there has been some confusion concerning M.G.L. c. 140, § 174E(d):      “A person shall not leave a dog outside when a weather advisory, warning or watch is...
The Board of Selectmen and Planning Board invite you to attend two public information forums on the regulation of recreational marijuana establishments.      The first forum will be held on Saturday, January 20, 2018, at 9:00 AM, in the Middle School Performing Arts Center (PAC), 342 Main Street. ...
Running for office is a straightforward activity. There is a simple process to be followed, consisting of collecting signatures for your nomination. The more interesting part is garnering votes based upon what you want to accomplish in serving as an elected official.   Nomination papers for Groton’...
 Data shows that Groton voters love voting early, an option instituted for the first time statewide for the 2016 presidential election. Statewide 22 percent, or more than one million Massachusetts voters took advantage of early voting. But in Groton, 37 percent of voters voted early. Early voting...
*/  George Moore, Groton’s Animal Control officer warns:     "Don’t feed corn in any form to our whitetail deer. Their digestive systems can’t process such high-carbohydrate food. They will die in a very short order if fed corn."
*/ The Christmas Tree bonfire scheduled for the week after New Year's was postponed due to the extreme cold, and it's now time to light it up. This Saturday, January 13, 2018 at 6pm. 500 Trees! Please check the Town of Groton website for updated details. 
*/ Mass. Fish and Wildlife as well as Groton Animal Control warn against feeding corn in any form to our whitetail deer. Their digestive system is unable to process such a high-carbohydrate diet. They can die in a very short period of time.
*/ Groton Animal Control would like to remind Groton residents that their dogs must be registered in our town. This requires proof of rabies vaccination by a licensed veterinarian. The fees are listed on the town website. Licensing can be done as well on-line or at the Town Clerk’s office.


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