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Tiger! Tiger! By Tatiana Kramarev Sheppard


Born in Regensburg Germany to a Russian Father and a German mother, Tatiana Kramarev Sheppard came to the United States with her family as a child. Fluent in both languages of her birth, she holds the M.A. in Russian Language and Literature from Fordham University.      Before she retired in...

Placing American flags for Wreaths Across America Ceremony. Photo by Steve Lieman

View of Mount Wachusett from the General Field. Photo by Steve Lieman


by Russell Harris   This week the town celebrates the payoff and preservation of more than 300 acres of Groton farmland, forest and fields that came within a hair’s breadth of being lost to development.      By a confluence of unwavering support from residents, support by non-profit...

Dusting of snow on the Groton Hill Music Center. Photo by Steve Lieman


Over the past two Covid years, I have logged many woodlland miles. And I am not alone. Many others are finding solace, peace and joy on woodland treks - either alone or with friends. Pull into the Mount Watatic parking lot on Rte. 119 in Ashburnham at noon on any given day. The parking lot is...

A horse drawn carriage, thanks to the Groton Inn,  heads down Main Street towards the Inn during the Groton Winter Festival on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Roberta Bizier.


This Saturday’s Winter Festival was a spectacular success. Seeing Main Street jammed with people wishing each other well, out with children and family, greeting friends, lifted by a spirit of joy, all this created a sense of satisfaction and wellbeing. There was a desire to celebrate our town, to...
by Russell Harris Judith Romatelli’s Periwinkle Art and Glassworks occupies two similar-sized spacious studios on opposing sides of the main entry to the Prescott Community Center. These two generous rooms with 15-foot tall ceilings, a pressed tin ceiling and walls of windows looking onto...
Wendy Prest, Pastel Artist   Our series of Meet the Artists from the Nashoba Valley Artists starts off with Wendy Prest, a Groton resident from the Lost Lake area. Wendy has lived in town for 14 years and moved here from Pepperell to live at the Lost Lake area in her husband’s family property...


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145 Main Street, Groton, Massachusetts 014510
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