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Spring into healthful living with The EAT for Life Festival and Forum Saturday, May 9 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  A fundraiser for Groton Community Dinners, The EAT for Life Festival and Forum will be held at First Parish Church of Groton, Powderhouse Rd.  An admission fee of $20 includes demonstrations...
Groton Herald: Some members of the community have expressed unhappiness with aspects of how the Charter is being interpreted and implemented by a majority of the Board of Selectmen. Do you agree that there are parts of the Charter that need some change? If so, what are the most important elements...
Groton Herald: Some members of the community have expressed unhappiness with aspects of how the Charter is being interpreted and implemented by a majority of the Board of Selectmen. Do you agree that there are parts of the Charter that need some change? If so, what are the most important elements...
Groton Herald: Some members of the community have expressed unhappiness with aspects of how the Charter is being interpreted and implemented by a majority of the Board of Selectmen. Do you agree that there are parts of the Charter that need some change? If so, what are the most important elements...
With Town Meeting on Monday night, I'd like to share some of the questions frequently asked of me, as moderator, in the past two months. In the interest of space, I provide brief answers, and any voter who wants more information or to make a motion at Town Meeting should contact me directly at...
Groton Democratic and Republican Town Committees will be co-sponsoring a candidates' night for the local non-partisan elections on Tuesday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. at Groton Senior Center, West Main St. 
Join Groton Grange #7 and Friends of the Trees for the Town Wide Litter Clean Up. Pick up trash and plant a tree! Saturday, May 2, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., and Sunday, May 3, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Groton Grange #7 will host the 10th Annual Clean Up.  Stop by the tent at Groton Electric Light Dept. Station Ave.,...
The U.S. Census Bureau reported today that the heaviest population growth in Massachusetts was concentrated in Groton's home county - Middlesex County - which added 12,184 people, more than any other county in the state. Middlesex was followed by Suffolk County, which grew by 7,161 people, Essex...
The Town of Groton has been notified by PJ Keating Company that they are under contract with MASSDOT to perform resurfacing and repair work to Route 119 beginning on or about April 14, 2015.  Please feel free to share this by means of your media outlets.

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