Groton Electric Light Department Attorney Robert Collins presented the Planning Board with two ANR (Approval Not Required) lots; one for a consolidation of parcels on Station Ave., and the second to donate some GELD-owned land on Rte.40 to the Conservation Commission.
Groton Community School will host their eighth annual Community Home Tour Saturday, November 17, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Doors open at GCS for vendor shopping at 9 a.m. Area homeowners will open their doors to the community while local artisans and vendors display their wares in each home. Enter to win a pair of complimentary Home Tour tickets when you visit our booth at Grotonfest, scheduled for Sept. 22.
Nashoba Associated Boards of Health, in conjunction with Groton Board of Health, announces that Seasonal Flu Clinics for residents of Nashoba member towns will be held during October. No appointment necessary, for ages six months and older. Bring a copy of health insurance card(s). For more info contact Nashoba Associated Boards of Health at 978-772-3335 or 1-800-427-9762 at extension 333.
Groton's Annual Halloween Costume Parade will be held Sunday, Oct. 28 and it will be the best year yet! It is brought to you by Florence-Roche and Boutwell PTA, and is for all the children of the community. Children should gather on Main St. at Prescott School (next to Ace Hardware) no later than 2:45. Parade will start sharply at 3 p.m. and led by a very special guest who you will NOT want to miss! The parade will go down Main St., turn right onto Broadmeadow, and then onto Town Field.
Small Group Ministry at First Parish Church is about fulfilling two human hopes -hope for deep friendship, where we can be truly known and accepted for who we are, and hope for deep spiritual exploration, where we can reflect on issues of profound significance in our lives. In Small Group Ministry, people gather in groups of eight-10 to talk, listen, think, wonder, question and share.
On a beautiful, crisp fall afternoon sophomore forward Matt Tornaritis scored twice in the first half and added a third goal 4:34 into the second half to pace the Groton-Dunstable boys soccer team past Westborough 4-0 in Midland B league play.
An outstanding defensive effort from Groton-Dunstable senior Peter Stark and sophomore safety Ben Butler broke up Quabbin's 's two-point pass attempt with time running out allowing the Crusaders (3-0) to hold on for a 28-27 win. GD led 28-13 beginning the fourth quarter but the Panthers made it interesting!
Instead of building a stand-alone fire station, we have argued that significant long-term savings would be realized by building an integrated public safety campus, thus allowing sharing of resources between police and fire departments. We still believe this to be true. Nevertheless, we understand that Selectmen are simply not going to explore this option.