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We are pleased to announce that Groton Neighbors is now fully back in business and is providing all services to members. These include local and long-distance rides, in-person home handyman and technical support services, and a range of social activities and programs. Groton Neighbors is an all-...
After an 8-year unblemished record, the Groton Select Board chose to wield their power by imposing the longest penalty that Chief Luth "... had ever dealt with." They slammed Ixtapa with a four-day suspension of their liquor license beginning July 2 and continuing through July 5, which is a...
Thank you Groton for your strong affirmation of my candidacy to the Groton Select Board at last Tuesday's town election. It is gratifying to know that townspeople have expressed confidence in my ability to partner effectively with other Board members in the business of town governance.      It...
The class of 2021 of Groton Dunstable Regional High School and their parents would like to thank the residents of Groton and Dunstable for the immense support shown during the May 27th parade. The students were amazed and touched to see so many people lining the parade route holding signs,...
Now that Governor Baker has issued new guidelines concerning the State’s COVID-19 Restrictions and will end the State of Emergency, effective June 15, 2021, the Groton Select Board and Groton Town Manager have revised the Town’s COVID-19 Protocols to essentially return to “business as usual”. To...
By the time you read this, Groton will have voted on the new Florence Roche School (FloRo) and I sincerely hope the funding has been approved. Of the many controversies we have discussed, the biggest is the idea that the new school should be net-zero; i.e. with all electric heating and cooling...
Dear Groton Voters,   This letter is in response to Marlena Gilbert's letter in the 5/14/21 issue of the Groton Herald. I am tired of the excuses from all those that still embrace fossil fuels and refuse to make the necessary changes required to curtail the climate crisis we are living...
We second Paul Fitzgerald's letter in the May 14 paper.   Phil and Kathy Pietras
Turtles are frequent travelers when the weather warms! Some local, radio tracked turtles have moved as much as two miles within a few days!      Between April and November, turtles seek different habitats for food, shelter, romance and nesting, always moving with determination and focus...
The Town Election will be held May 25, with polling hours from 7 am to 8 pm. Precinct 1 will vote at The Groton Center (formerly the Senior Center). Precincts 2 and 3 will vote at the Groton-Dunstable Middle School.      All town offices are on the ballot. Voters will choose a new Select Board...

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