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Three years ago, John Reilly, a candidate for the Groton Select Board, ran on a platform to bring “Common Sense” to town politics—starting with the Select Board. Fast Forward; to that end, John has consistently lived up to his campaign promise. Recently, there were events that were most...
Turtle Trekking Time! From now until October, turtles will be moving, with earnest, to nesting sites and habitats for food and shelter. Mid-May to mid-June, females travel great distances to lay their eggs, often the same location and date annually. These sunny, sandy nesting sites are on...
The Groton Seal History Myth An invitation to dig a little deeper and get your fingers dirty. To pick away at the veneer of ‘history’ you have been offered and to ask some important questions. To wake to truth.      Some of us are hanging our hat on, or hiding behind the ‘history', of the...
As residents of Groton for 43 years, we have seen and admired several elected officials that stood out in a variety of ways and performance. One of them is Josh Degen. After serving, learning, and growing with the position of Select Board member for 6 terms, we are so pleased he has chosen to run...
There are many reasons why I endorse Josh Degen for re-election to the Groton Select Board, but the main one for me is – you know where he stands! Too often with local politics, candidates support general ideas (cut taxes) with bland promises (I’ll always be there for you) and don’t say exactly...
The Select Board has called for the Annual Town Meeting to be held Saturday, April 30, at 9 a.m., in the Middle School auditorium. The Town Meeting warrant was mailed to every household. Voters should review it carefully and bring it to Town Meeting.      Issued by the Select Board per state...
I attended the Tuesday meeting on March 29th to hear and see proof of whether it was seriously important to change our town seal. I sat there listening to both sides, willing to consider each argument. However, as I listened, I discovered there really was no concerning reason as to why we need to...
The Town of Groton is dramatically changing in front of our eyes. Large parcels of vacant land are or will be sprouting new homes. A new school will rise to replace an outmoded one. The Groton Hill Music Center will usher in people from a wide area who desire to hear great music from their...
Fifty-two years ago this Friday, 10% of the American population took to the streets to call on politicians to address air and water pollution on the very first Earth Day. This represented the biggest grassroots political demonstration in American history, and Congress responded with a series of...
As an independent non-profit, the Prescott Community Center needs your support for the $80k elevator design and engineering to be done in order to apply for an Americans with Disabilities Act improvement grant. The full amount to be paid from the Historic Reserve.      This will equip the...

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