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Let’s Keep The Town Clerk Elected

Let’s keep the Town Clerk an elected position. Attend Town Meeting on October 23rd and vote against this bad idea from the power-grabbing, we-know-better-than-the-people-do elites.

     Did you know that the Town Clerk is automatically a member of the Board of Registrars - the Board that oversees our town elections. And our elites want to control that position.

A Power-Packed Group Motivated By Our Shared Vision.

A warm thank you to those visiting Groton Interfaith Council’s booth during Groton-Fest. It was a beautiful day to enjoy opportunities for outreach and connection. Our focus is to build on our community through awareness, fellowship and service. Inspired by our different faith traditions, we seek ways to create more understanding and acceptance of people of diverse faiths as well as global cultures.

Early Morning Search Warrant in Ayer Results In Seizure of Cocaine, Fentanyl & Guns

Detectives from Ayer and Littleton, along with Groton Police, Pepperell Police, Littleton K9, and NEMLEC Special Operations units ,executed an early morning search warrant in Ayer. This was the culmination of a lengthy, joint investigation that resulted in the seizure of cocaine, fentanyl and money, as well as four handguns and one rifle.

The scene was quickly brought under control, searched without injuries. One person was arrested for Trafficking Cocaine and intent to distribute fentanyl, illegal possession and storage of the firearms.

Heads Up Play

Heads up play by Groton-Dunstable’s Leo Chavez Lanzano (#10) while Andrew Grant #(#9) and Midfielder John Devereaux (#7) move in to help. Photo by Robert Mingolelli



Crusader goalie Caitlyn Saboliauskas kicks out a shot in a recent game against North Middlesex. Bella Paul #13 and senior Ivana Idarraga look to clear the ball. Photo by Robert Mingolelli


Senior field hockey captain Jenn Beauchain on the offense, air dribbling the ball downfield. Photo by Robert Mingolelli


Field Hockey
• No. Middlesex 2, GD 1
Katy Paveglio scored GD’s goal, unassisted. Caitlyn Saboliauskas was tenacious in goal, making 7 saves.
Records: GD (1-8-1); NM (6-4-1).

Troop 3 Eagle Plaques Find Proper Home In Town Hall

Paul and Gloria Ackroyd of the Sargent Youth Foundation and Jason Valenta, Committee Chair Troop 3 Groton


The first Troop 3 Eagle plaque was donated 20 years ago by Harold Sargent Sr. who was Groton’s first Troop 3 Eagle Scout in 1939. Troop 3 Groton was established in 1916 and currently has 109 Eagle Scouts. Richard Sargent, Harold’s son, recently donated the second plaque. The plaques were stored in the ACE Hardware office in town owned by Rick Sargent.


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