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The Nashoba Group of William Raveis Real Estate Receives Chairman’s Award

Concord, February 14, 2020— William Raveis, Chairman and CEO of William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance is pleased to announce that Ursula Flury and David Boyle of the Nashoba Group @ Raveis (Concord Office) have been awarded the prestigious Chairman’s Award for 2019 representing the Top 9% of agents in the Company.

Neighbor-On-Neighbor Dispute Dismays Tight-Knit Orchard Lane Community

by Russell Harris
 
Neighbor-on-neighbor disputes are unsettling, both for the individuals directly involved and for the community as a whole, especially when the issue pivots on the interpretation of town bylaws. We are reminded of the recent neighbor-on-neighbor dispute in Lost Lake and the angst created by that mess.

Bad Spellers Of The World Untie

Thomas Cremens, far left.

I am the Thomas Cremens from your article about the geography bee. [Last week’s edition of the Groton Herald]. As you may have noticed, my name is spelled incorrectly. In your article my name ends with “ins” but it actually ends with “ens” so just wanted to let you know.
 
Thomas Cremens
 
 

Please Take The School District Online Engagement Survey

Groton-Dunstable Regional School District is conducting an on-line Community Engagement Survey. It is posted on social media and was emailed it to all student families. We are eager to hear from the whole community including those who may not have students in the district. To hear all the community voices, we encourage everybody to take the survey. Here is the link to the survey. It is case sensitive. bit.ly/ GDCommunitySurvey

FREE Parent Education Series: Supporting Children’s Positive Behavior

Groton’s State Senator Edward Kennedy attended the Library Legislative Breakfast on Feb 7 at the Groton Public Library. Photo by Steve Lieman.

 

All parents and caregivers of children are invited to a FREE workshop series from 9:30-11:30 AM on the first 3 Thursday mornings in March (3/5, 3/12 and 3/19) at Townsend Public Library, 12 Dudley Road, Townsend. Join us for any or all workshops.

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