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I often walk my dog, Oreo, from our home on Longley Road to Groton’s Gold Star Park on Hollis Street. There, Oreo and I will sit and relax before returning home. Recently, I noticed a metal memorial to a young man from Groton who died in battle almost 103 years ago to the day, thousands of miles...
President Biden set the ambitious goal of reducing US carbon emissions to 50% by 2030 and net zero by 2050. This is in line with the necessary global emission reductions needed to keep warming to 1.5C as needed for a relatively safe future, according to the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate...
I was heartbroken to read both the article about the controversy at the Select Board meeting and the letter from Gwenneth Wallens which I presume is about the same issue. I think it is time for everyone to take a deep breath, step back and consider how we might create an atmosphere of mutual...
The elites trying to make the Town Clerk an appointed position are power hungry. They want to take control away from the voters and put an important town office under their thumb. These tyrannical elites just never stop. Please attend the Town Meeting on October 23rd and vote against the change...
Members of the Planning Board,   We would like to register with the board the following points and concerns relating to the proposed development at Hayes Woods: 1. In prior meetings concerning the project, the proponents have suggested that the woods have recently been heavily logged and...
Sense of Place Reception/Exhibit Was A Celebration   Iwant to thank all who attended the Sense of Place reception/art exhibit at The Groton Inn and the Boutwell House on Sunday, Sep- tember 26th. The weather was perfect and the Inn was so help- ful in putting together all the ele- ments to...
See article in Happenings section of this week's online Groton Herald (page 9 of the paper paper.)   The first mile of the new Squannacook River Rail Trail will have its formal opening on Saturday, September 25, 2021. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 2pm at the corner of Depot...
Last night's Select Board meeting was a blatant display of arrogance, censorship, name-calling, intolerance and yes, Hate Speech.      The niece of Mr. Degen, Rebecca Tabasky, was allowed to go on a hate-filled diatribe against a Facebook group called Rotten in Groton, however a member of that...
Last week, the Groton Business Association released its year-long study, Destination Groton: Exploring the Possibilities. The 100-page report examines Groton’s potential for positioning this historic New England Town for an increase in visitors while at the same time preserving its rural small-...
The Groton Herald’s articles of September 10 regarding the new zoning for multi Family development left more questions than answers. Someone should start with a cost/benefit analysis of do we or don't we.      Let's start with benefits; I like most of the residents in town, I have never heard...

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