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Town Forest 100th Anniversary Walk, Sunday, Nov. 27 at 1:00 PM    Did you know Groton Memorial Town Forest was the Town's first conservation land and the second Town Forest designated in the state?     Paul Funch (Chair of the GrotonTrails Committee), Joshua Vollmar (Community Historian), and...
I'm thrilled that our exhibits are listed in the Boston Globe under Upcoming In-person Events, chosen by Boston's Writers and Critics. Our exhibit was selected by Boston Globe critic Cate McQuaid!  Thank you for this Cate McQuaid. https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/11/10/arts/things-do-around-boston-...
At this Thanksgiving time of the year, I would like to thank a very special person in our Groton community. For several years, she has provided excellent teaching of numerous students of all ages from 7-70, encouraged town leaders to create the winter holiday arts festival, opened a beautiful gift...
The Groton Dunstable Education Foundation (GDEF) is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting our district above and beyond the school’s budget. Over the past 19 years, GDEF has awarded nearly $650,000 to fund hundreds of innovative and inspiring grants to enhance the quality of our...
With November 8 behind us, it’s easy to forget the hard work local election officials do for months before, during, and after elections to keep our democracy safe. Working as an election poll newcomer this year, I saw first-hand how professional and dedicated these seasoned election officials are,...
With November 8 behind us, it’s easy to forget the hard work local election officials do for months before, during, and after elections to keep our democracy safe. Working as an election poll newcomer this year, I saw first-hand how professional and dedicated these seasoned election officials are,...
With November 8 behind us, it’s easy to forget the hard work local election officials do for months before, during, and after elections to keep our democracy safe. Working as an election poll newcomer this year, I saw first-hand how professional and dedicated these seasoned election officials are,...
Building a high-density development at Groton's eastern boundary on Cow Pond Brook Road is a very poor idea.    This development is far from town infrastructure, services, schools and amenities, making its residents reliant on cars in a time of critical need to lower our carbon emissions and...
I wanted to take a moment to thank the many individuals who gave so much of their time to help with both the September 6 Primary and the November 8General Election. Between the countless hours spent working early voting, advanced processing and on election day, I am forever grateful and indebted to...
Groton Animal Control responded to 36 calls in October in the following categories: Found/missing dogs: 19 Dog bites: 1 (10-day order of quarantine issued) Cats missing: 1 Cat Up a Tree: 1 (The Fire Department cannot tie up equipment on this type of call. Some tree companies might come to the...

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