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LETTER: Please Contribute A Rock To Groton History Center Labyrinth-Maze

The foundation has been laid for a 32-foot radius labyrinth-maze at Boutwell Park behind the Groton History Center at 172 Main St. Residents from the area are invited to bring a rock from their property to become part of the labyrinth-maze. Upon completion, each stone wall will be 12 inches wide and 16 inches high.

Telescope Designed & Built by UMass Lowell Targets Earth-like Objects Hidden by Stars’ Glare

by Nancy Cicco
 
In a quest to discover new Earth-like planets capable of supporting life, NASA on Saturday launched a telescope designed and built by UMass Lowell that could one day find new planets and other objects in space that have yet to be detected because they are awash in light from stars they orbit.

All the Way Back!

L-R: Trailing by nine points, Carolyn Mullins, Naomi Rodman (#20), Katie Eberhardt (#43), Sydney Barlow (#16) and Brook Barry (#11) celebrate after coming all the way back to take he first set 27-25 against Shrewsbury. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

G-D Varsity Scoreboard

Varsity field hockey net minder Anne Madden, shown here kicking away a shot against Quabbin, has been solid for the Crusaders. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

Advice from the coach.

Girls Soccer
• G-D 0, Marlborough 0
Shot count was 21-7 but Crusaders couldn’t sneak one in. Bianca Resca had 7 saves in her 8th shutout. Abby Eisenklam was solid in the back and Mia Devereaux was strong up front.
• G-D 0, No. Middlesex 0

We Know How To Protect Public Health

Vaccines are essential for preventing disease outbreaks, especially as we enter flu season. In order to find out which states vaccinate most, 50 states and the District of Columbia were analyzed across 18 key metrics, ranging from share of vaccinated children to share of people without health insurance to presence of reported measles outbreaks.

Climate Trends in New England & Their Impact on River Flood Behavior

Scientists at the National Weather Service (NWS) are seeing changing trends in our precipitation and temperature patterns across New England, with an increasing trend in annual average temperature, annual average precipitation, and the number of heavy rainfall events over the past two decades. What does that mean for our rivers? How can changes in river behavior impact our communities?

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