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    On Sunday, October 1, Union Congregational Church of Groton launched its Capital Campaign to build a new addition at the back of the church building. The kick 0ff celebration was held at the Groton Inn.    To fulfill its mission around community outreach, the church is committed to raising...
Groton School has announced the appointment of Jay Herlihy as its new chief financial officer (CFO). Mr. Herlihy—who most recently served as associate dean of finance for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University—brings a proven track record of providing sound, creative support and...
by Barbara Scofidio    The Bull Run in Shirley is the classic story of an American family business, started in 1946 by Leonardo Guercio, an immigrant from Sicily, and 77 years later, still employing more than a dozen family members. The building’s history as a tavern stretches back to 1740, and at...
 “Sustainable Groton at GrotonFest” – September 30, 10 am.-4 p.m.    Come by and visit the Sustainable Groton booth (#83) at GrotonFest! Members of the commission will be on hand throughout the day to meet and speak with anyone who’s interested.    You’ll be able to “Spin the Wheel” to bring up a...
New Stop Signs    Based on a request from both the Police Chief and the DPW Director, the Select Board voted to approve installation of Stop Signs at the Intersection of Arlington Street and Gratuity Road and Hill Side Road and West Street to make both Intersections "All Way" Stop Intersections...

Photo of Edmund Tarbell colorized by the Groton Herald

There will be refreshments And Art Projects For Kids At The GHC’s Open House     Groton History Center will celebrate the 19th-century Impressionist painter and West Groton native, Edmund Tarbell (1862 – 1938) at its Open House on Saturday, September 30 (rain date: October 1). All are invited to...
     Graduate of Groton-Dunstable High School and MSNBC Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki shared his analysis of the 2024 presidential election at UMass Lowell Sept. 21 as part of the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Dean’s Speaker Series.     The event marks the fifth...
Time of Use Rate Structure Aimed at Leveling Cost of Electricity As Energy Markets and Energy Use Undergo Unpredictable Future by Robert Stewart    Ratepayers of the Groton Electric Light Department (GELD) could see major changes in their bills when they receive their November statement as the...
by Connie Sartini    The Groton Finance Committee approved a request from Town Manager Mark Haddad for a Reserve Fund transfer of $5000 to be used for an appraisal on land and behind an old building on Station Avenue, formerly owned by GELD, but sold to the McElroy family in the 2017-2018 timeframe...
   The voter registration deadline to be able to participate in the Saturday, October 28, 2023 Fall Town Meeting and Tuesday, November 7, 2023 Special Town Election is Wednesday, October 18, 2023 by 5:00 PM.  Please contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 978-448-1100 if you have questions about your...

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