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“I’ve never found anything more interesting in my 90 years than my work in conservation.” These words in 1970 from William P. Wharton, who would live another six years, speak of the passion that left an important national and international environmental legacy. Much of that work was done in Groton...
Thursday evening after a Planning Board meeting, former State Representative Bob Hargraves was chatting with John Amaral, Omni Properties principal and developer of the Groton Inn. After discussing dramatic progress on the Inn’s construction, Rep. Hargraves asked whether the steel used to construct...
With foundation work completed, walls are beginning to rise at the site of the new Groton Inn. Photo taken by Nancy Ohringer on April 3
This photo seems to evoke humans' eternal conundrum: Is dog man’s best friend or vise versa? This photo was discovered in a wall cavity during renovation of a Lost Lake home on Wiley Road. Newspapers and other items found in the wall date the photo to the early 1940s. If any Lost-Laker can identify...
Nashoba Valley Technical High School Carpentry Program students are building sheds at the Baseball Fields on Cow Pond Brook Road in Groton. Photo by John Ellenberger.
Nashoba Valley Technical High School Students display their ice sculpture at the Taste of Nashoba Valley held at Lawrence Academy on March 21. Photo by Connie Sartini.
[Ed, Note. Barry A. Pease, member of the Groton Board of Selectmen, prepared the following report on “An Act to Modernize Municipal and Government” aka Mass Municipal Modernization Act (MMA) and presented this to Selectmen at their Monday night meeting. Bold face has been added by the Editor]...
Local Girl Scouts teamed up with the Nashoba Valley Amateur Radio Club to host a special event for the scouts’ World Thinking Day. Girls from the Nashaway Service Unit (Groton, Dunstable, Ayer, and Shirley) rotated through stations designed to teach them about world time, phonetics, Morse Code, and...
Nineteenth century Groton resident Dr. Norman Smith was a surgeon, farmer – a deeply spiritual and patriotic man - who lost four wives and four children by the time he was 48 years old. Dr. Smith joined the Sixth Massachusetts Regiment at the opening of the Civil War. The Sixth Massachusetts...

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