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Rapidly-Moving Fire Leaves 8 Groton Families Homeless

Devastating Fire at Winthrop Place. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation by the State Fire Marshall’s office. Chief McCurdy said he was hoping to receive a report as to the cause by next week. Photo by Nancy Ohringer


Smoking remains of Winthrop Place Fire. Photo by Connie Sartini


by Connie Sartini
At 2 p.m. on Monday, June 1, Groton Fire Department responded to a call of an active fire at an eight-unit apartment complex at 373 Winthrop Place on Main Street.

A Fitting Tribute

Photo by Robert Mingolelli


‘On to the Next Adventure’ - Celebrating the acheivements of the outstanding Groton-Dunstable Class of 2020 with a joyful, raucous parade. Photo by Steve Lieman


A parade of cars was organized last week by the parents of the Class of 2020 of GDRHS as a tribute to the class of 2020. About 120 cars took part, driven by students or parents. The 27-mile parade route wound through the towns of Groton and Dunstable. Due to the size of the towns, not every section could be covered and it still took almost two hours to drive it. 

Grads Amazed To See So Many People On 27-mile Parade Route

The Class of 2020 of Groton-Dunstable Regional High School and their parents would like to thank the residents of Groton and Dunstable for the immense support shown during the May 29 parade. The students were amazed and touched to see so many people lining the 27- mile parade route holding signs, cheering, smiling and waving.

Are We An Elitist Town?

This question will be a collateral issue for the Select Board meeting Monday June 2. It is asked by a Park Commissioner in discussion as to whether to promulgate protocols for a limited opening of some town properties.


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