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Groton’s Select Board has postponed Annual Spring 2020 Town Meeting and Annual Town Election. The new date for Town Meeting is May 18. The rescheduled date for the Town Election is June 9. Both these dates are subject to the safety of our environment. Please look for updates and future...
The House and Senate approved a conference committee version and sent to Gov. Baker legislation putting a moratorium on most residential, commercial and nonprofit evictions and foreclosures until 45 days after the end of the state of emergency, or 120 days after passage of this new law, whichever...
March saw a relatively small number of Animal Control calls, as follows: Loose dogs: 5 Investigation of dog complaints: 2 Squirrel in house: 1 Skunk in trap: 1 (able to talk trapper through an uneventful release) Dog menacing walker: 1 Raccoon advice: 1 Possum advice: 1 Report...

H&V has generously donated high-quality virus filtration masks to Groton Police and Firefighters. Photo courtesy of GPD.

 

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Late last week, the CDC recommended that people wear simple, cloth face coverings to protect against COVID-19 “as a voluntary health measure” when they are in public settings, such as at the grocery store or pharmacy.      Likewise, last Friday Gov. Charlie Baker advised all residents to wear...
by Connie Sartini   Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board that the recently passed Municipal Relief Legislation has provided relief for taxpayers. Specific relief was given on the due dates of property taxes, as well as, allowing Towns to waive interest and penalties on taxes...
The G-D Regional School District is working in partnership with Groton Senior Center, Groton Neighborhood Food Project, Community Children’s Fund, and Commissioners of Trust Funds to continue the work that Loaves & Fishes has provided to the communities of Groton and Dunstable. Senior Center...
     Early spring is typically the time when firefighters are busy fighting brush fires. As the season changes, the winds can be strong and unpredictable. “Please conduct open burning safely and watch the wind. Have a permit and be ready to shut it down quickly if the weather changes,” pleaded...
Believing it essential that the whole community have access to current Groton-specific news and information during the Covid-19 pandemic, The Groton Commissioners of Trust Funds have helped us open the online content of the Groton Herald website to everybody for nine months, effective this week....

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