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Absentee ballots for the Tues., Sept. 9 State Primary are available at Town Clerk's Office. Monday, Sept. 8 at noon is the last day and hour to request an absentee ballot. All absentee ballots must be received by the Town Clerk by election day in order to be counted. The last day for new voters to...
The plan to raze the Myette Power Equipment building, making way for a new medical office building at 120 Boston Road in not dead, just delayed. It is delayed by on-going litigation launched by abutter Dorothy Janes. Ms. Janes is challenging every ruling of the Boards of Health, Planning and the...
NEW CABLE/INTERNET SHOW Will Air Important Local Issues in Depth • Jason Kauppi, Town Moderator, to Lead Discussion • Live Studio Audience • Show Debuts July 22 with Discussion of Pipeline by Local Experts Talk on Main Street, a new series of discussions of regional issues, debuts Tuesday, July...
In January the Board of Assessors received a directive from the Department of Revenue to Rediscover, Re-list and Revalue all business personal property accounts in accordance with appropriate appraisal methodology. The Board of Assessors has hired the firm of RRC to visit all the business...
The July 1 granting of a 'certificate of appropriateness' for the New Groton Inn by the Historic Districts Commission is about as good a guarantee as anybody could have that the new Inn will meet the visual and aesthetic needs as Main Street's gateway building complex. Like the keystone in a...
To Celebrate Independence Day, The Groton Herald does not publish the week of July 4. So, there will be no Paper published next week. The Herald resumes publishing the week of July 7. We wish our readers a Safe and Happy Holiday!
Groton Police Chief Donald Palma advises residents to use extra caution on the Rail Trail as well as in areas off the trail as there is evidence of increased black bear activity in town. Last year at this time bears moved from the trail into residential neighborhoods like Court Street where they...
Tom Delaney, Director, Groton DPW, has informed us that Mass. DOT will be night paving on Route 119 from the Littleton Line west to Old Ayer Road in Groton Beginning Sunday, June 22 until July 1.
The Board of Water Commissioners voted on April 8, 2014 to institute a "Voluntary" Summer Water Conservation Program for the upcoming spring and summer months. The Board may amend this vote if we encounter dry conditions or if folks use excessive amounts of irrigation water that would put our State...
Selectmen Chairman Josh Degen announced that the long awaited opening of Sargisson Beach is here. Sign boards have been installed, graffiti cleaned from rocks, and with the help of Dept. of Public Works, docks have been pressure washed and waiting for swimmers. Degen urges residents to go down to...

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