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Groton Animal Control is seeking information on a dog-bite incident at Groton Place (AKA the dog park) which happened the weekend of August 15-16 around 11 A.M.  The biting dog was a brown pit-bull. A man and a woman with another smaller dog were walking it. The pit-bull was wearing an electronic...
On September 10, the Planning Board is scheduled to meet with Kevin McGonicle, potential developer of the Tarbell School Building, to review an engineering assessment of storm water runoff for the site and to see if the Board can finally come to resolution of a reasonable and mutually agreeable...
CORRECTION to last week's Herald notice regarding Charter Review Committee Member Selection. A new member of the Charter Review Committee will be selected by the Finance Committee at their Sept. 1 meeting so that the designee will be ready to serve at the Charter Review Committee Meeting on Sept. 2.
Because of last winter's conflict between members of the Board of Selectmen, and because the town Manager called for an investigation of a member of the Board of Selectmen, it is perhaps understandable that Selectmen were unable to complete their review of the Town Manager performance on the...
One of the best ways to develop long-term sustainable relationships with your Groton neighbors is to serve on a town committee solving important problems. Your participation can also be an important example for your children. There are many opportunities to develop strong local relationships while...
BOS Approves Sum to Update Prescott Construction Costs Prescott Reuse Committee appeared at last Selectmen meeting to request $3,500 in consulting fees to update construction cost estimates done by an outside firm a few years ago, but which are now out-of-date. They said they are close to...
The Groton Herald received a photograph of a large shadowy figure, a human-like form supposedly taken in Dunstable, about 700 feet from the border with Groton [see photo below], just off Groton Street, not far from the entrance to the high school. [See map above showing approximate location of...
Volunteers are needed to serve as Boat Launch Monitors at Lost Lake/Knops Pond and Baddacook Pond. This is a volunteering opportunity for nature lovers and those wanting to help protect the environment. The goal is to eliminate the possibility of non-native invasive weeds being transferred to and...
Notice to Our Readers By Tradition, The Groton Herald Does Not Publish a Newspaper The First Two Weeks of August so Staff Can take Vacation. There will be no paper published the Weeks of August 7 & August 14. We look forward to continue bringing the News, Issues and Editorial Opinion again,...
This is a volunteering opportunity for nature lovers and those wanting to help protect the environment. The goal is to eliminate the possibility of non-native invasive weeds being transferred to and from Groton's lakes and ponds by boats and trailers. In two-hour shifts, volunteers monitor the boat...

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