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“I Was Taking A Calculated Risk,” He Said

The Labrador/Poodle mix puppy, as large as a full grown Irish Setter, had just nicked the skin above my lip. With his tooth? A claw? I don't know. I was too busy making a quick turn and shouting, “Down!” at the exuberant, large dog, running free along a Nashua River hiking trail, and then jumping on me, across from the public forest area formally known as Groton Place, this area is commonly referred to as the “Dog Park”.
 

More Than Disappointed In The Groton Herald

I am more than disappointed that you printed a Letter to the Editor with the unverified VAERS data in your paper. VAERS is merely an unchecked reporting database. The CDC says on its website that the database "is not designed to determine if a vaccine caused or contributed to an adverse event." If public health officials detect a reporting pattern, they conduct follow-up studies to determine whether a vaccine was to blame.
 

LETTER: We Contribute More Than Our Fair Share; We Should Reap Some of The Benefits

I was just reading the Groton Herald article about 4 Corners. May I suggest, that as is done for Town Center, West Groton and Lost Lake, that anytime something is contemplated for 4 Corners, the town brings in some neighborhood representation? Early on? Not to obstruct, but to contribute.

LETTER: The Truth: Of 8.7M Children Vaccinated Against Covid, Two Died

Re: “Pfizer (Covid) Vaccine Study: Where Was the Media” letter published in Groton Herald January 7 2021.
The writer concluded, “This is the same vaccine that has caused significant health risks in children for a virus that not a single child out of the 1.6 million children under the age of 18 in Massachusetts has died from.”

EDITORIAL: A Realistic Way To Unleash Walking & Cycling In Groton

As we reported in the December 10, 2021 edition of the Groton Herald, the Massachusetts legislature is giving local municipalities the power to reduce speed limits on roads in their towns. The town of Ayer has already adopted lower speed limits and the town of Harvard is in the process of getting legislative approval to reduce speed limits on many roads.

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