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Gibbet Hill, Early Fall. ‘One side of Gibbet Hill has an interesting pattern cut into the grass.’ Original pastel by Wendy Prest, now on display at the Senior Center in West Groton.


Volunteer ‘Tellers’ play a critical role at Town Meeting, counting votes to determine outcomes that have the force of law. Photo by Steve Lieman.

The dismayed pumpkin to the right of the happy skeleton seems to be saying,“OMG! There he goes again, making friends with the Trick-Or-Treaters. We’re supposed to SCARE them!” Photo by Steve Lieman


This great bird is stalking his prey at edge of Lost Lake, wading in a thick carpet of pine needles. Original Pastel by Wendy Prest


My passion for art started after I became a mother, and photography was my gateway into the world of art. My immediate goal was to take good pictures of my children, the oldest of whom is now 50. My husband Val had been interested in photography for several years and I went with him to the...

The joy of fall leaves at the Farmer’s Market. Photo by Steve Lieman


The Herald’s top-notch marketing team is rolling out a new way to increase readership. Photo by Christine Berard


View from Gibbett Hill. Photo by Steve Lieman

New Groton Conservation Trust parcel named in honor of June Johnson. Photo by Steve Lieman


In 1899 the bodies of the original raiders at Harper's Ferry were transported north and buried next to John Brown in North Elba, New York. The Reverend Joshua Young, then 24 years into his lengthy pastorate at First Parish Church in Groton presiding over the religious ceremonies.

by Joshua Vollmar   On February 14, 1899 -- Valentine’s Day -- a warm celebration was taking place at Dana House on the campus of Lawrence Academy facing Main Street next to the Minuteman Common, the rented accommodations of the Rev. Dr. Joshua Young, minister of the First Parish Church, and...


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