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Degrees & Honors

Groton and Dunstable residents earned bachelor's degrees and honors at their colleges.

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Trinity College

Local Resident graduates from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut:

Young Musicians to Play at Game Honoring 2004 Red Sox

Performance is part of prestigious UMass Lowell band camp. More than 130 young musicians from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York and Florida will be at UMass Lowell next week, building on their talent and skills at the Mary Jo Leahey Symphonic Band Camp. As part of the experience, the students will play the national anthem at a Lowell Spinners minor-league base

$48,000 Country Club Surplus Effectively Eliminates Tax Payer Subsidy For This Year

by Connie Sartini

 

   Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board and the Finance Committee at their joint meeting Monday night that for the first time since 2009, Groton Country Club has a surplus of $48,291 from its 2019 budget to the 2019 actual spending, effectively eliminating any tax payer subsidy.

Protestors Say NVMC Should Put "Patients Before Profits"

Local residents and medical officials got many approving car honks at Nashoba Sports & Physical Therapy building on Boston Road last Thursday showing support for the continuing struggles of nurses at the Nashoba Valley Medical Center to renegotiate their contracts for better wages, benefits and more stable staffing at the Ayer hospital.

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