Special Notices

Things are going bump in the night, day, afternoon and evening because cars and trucks keep bumpin’ into the Bump Out in front of Town Hall. The Bump Out on Main Street at Station Avenue, a safety measure that was designed to make it safer for pedestrians to cross Main Street, has had some...
According to Town Clerk Michael Broussard, unofficial early tally indicates a record turnout of more than 80% of registered Groton voters took part in the November 8th federal and state election. 8387 town residents are registered to vote, and 6748 exercised that right on Tuesday. Grotonites...
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Groton Board of Assessors would like citizens of the town to be aware of a number of property tax exemption programs available under state law. If you feel you are eligible for one of these programs you should contact the Board of Assessors office in Town Hall 978-448-1127 so that they can assist...
Fuel Assistance is a program that provides eligible households with help in paying a portion of winter heating bills. The program provides assistance through a fixed benefit amount for the cost of the primary source of heat which includes: oil, electricity, natural gas, propane, kerosene, wood and...
The sanctuary of First Parish Church in Groton's Old Meeting House will be open for silent reflection, meditation, and prayer Tuesday, Nov. 8 from 3-9 p.m. Stop by on your way to the polls or come in after you have voted. Come sit in quiet and light a candle for the peace and unity of our country....
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 6th. Remember to set your clocks back one hour before going to bed. Don't be like the White Rabbit for your Sunday morning events!
More children are injured by cars than fire on Halloween, so children need to learn and practice pedestrian safety and drivers need to use extra caution. Drive slowly and watch for children who may forget to cross at corners and use crosswalks. State Fire Marshal Peter Ostroskey offers fire safety...
Because Halloween falls on Monday, Oct. 31, Town Hall doesn't dare stay open after dark and so will close at 4:00 p.m. Mon, Oct. 31. To make up the time, Town Hall will stay open until 7:00 p.m. on Weds, Nov. 2. Trick or Treat hours in Groton are 6pm to 8pm.
There will be a public information night on Question 3 on Tuesday, November 1, at the Groton Country Club, at 7 P.M. Brad Mitchell from Mass. Farm Bureau Federation will be one of the speakers giving the local Farmers’ point of view. This program is sponsored by the Middlesex County Farm Bureau,...

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