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Hey Groton voters, help candidates for town office get on the ballot.  Sign nomination forms at the Voter Sign & Go! event on Saturday, March 18, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. outside at the Prescott School Community Center.    Voter Sign & Go! brings together the candidates and registered...
Fellow Groton Residents,    We are the Groton Sustainability Commission, reaching out to you about a free series of informational/educational seminars we’re planning to provide for Groton residents beginning this spring. The purpose of this note is to solicit your feedback on the topics we plan to...
Today was an amazing day supporting the needs of the community through Loaves and Fishes, located on Devens. The community was in full force today as they delivered much needed food and personal items.      It takes a village to accomplish what took place today, to provide access for those in need...
Last week's Editorial regarding the necessity of white lines and parking space delineations on Main Street points out a vitally important issue. It seems to me that the lack of designated driving lanes and parking spaces would be a huge legal liability to the town.    Even prior to re-paving, I...
In the January 27 article “School Budget Planners Take Careful Look at Changing Enrollment for Possible Savings,” Marlena Gilbert summarized possible considerations for cuts presented by Superintendent Dr. Laura Chesson on January 25 to the School Committee of Groton-Dunstable Regional Schools. In...
The Capital Planning committee held a public hearing Monday, January 30 with the Friends of Prescott to learn more about program suggestion by the Friends. At the hearing several speculations were offered by the Friends. One speculation was that “hundreds if thousand dollars” could be raised by an...
I attended the Select Board meeting last night, where the Destination Groton Committee presented its new web site. As someone who works with tourist boards and convention and visitors bureaus in my role as a magazine editor, I found it to be as professional as those of much bigger destinations with...
The 2022 Inflation Reduction Act has earmarked $80 billion to be spent over the next 10 years to update the Internal Revenue Service. Some politicians in the House of Representatives seem now to be suggesting that that funding will be used to arm 87,000 new agents to harass millions more American...
Dear Groton Residents, The campaign for the First Middlesex State Representative seat has come to a close, and on January 18, I was sworn in by Governor Healey as one of your two State Representatives. It is the honor of a lifetime to represent Groton in the legislature and I am truly grateful to...
Margaret Scarsdale’s claims about Andrew Shepherd’s “election denialism” are disingenuous at best.     As a liberal-leaning voter myself, I am frustrated with Ms. Scarsdale’s characterization of Shepherd’s legal complaint as “election denialism.” I am also disappointed by a recent quote from Ms....

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