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by Connie Sartini   This year, Groton Commissioners of Trust Funds are Celebrating 100 years of managing all the trust funds that have been given or bequeathed by caring indi- viduals for the benefit of the town and its inhabitants.      Over this period, the Commissioners of Trust Funds...
Margaret Scarsdale, a Pepperell resident, is the current Select Board Chair and active in many key town initiatives, including affordable housing, economic development, and grant-writing, believing in civic engagement. Speaking at the former Peter Fitzpatrick School, currently a community center...

Detectives from Ayer and Littleton, along with Groton Police, Pepperell Police, Littleton K9, and NEMLEC Special Operations units ,executed an early morning search warrant in Ayer. This was the culmination of a lengthy, joint investigation that resulted in the seizure of cocaine, fentanyl and money, as well as four handguns and one rifle.

The scene was quickly brought under control, searched without injuries. One person was arrested for Trafficking Cocaine and intent to distribute fentanyl, illegal possession and storage of the firearms.

 • Degen Withdraws Three Motions Requesting Police to Monitor Social Media Site ‘Rotten in Groton’ and to Create Town Bylaw Addressing Hate Speech • Instead, Select Board Approves Motion to Engage Entire Community in Efforts to Halt Hateful Incidents in Town   by Robert Stewart   “...
by Connie Sartini   Town Manager Mark Haddad updated the Select Board on the location of the October 23 Fall Town Meeting. The meeting is scheduled to be held outside at the track behind the Florence Roche Elementary School starting at 9 a.m. The rain date will be Sunday, October 24, starting...
by Tom Orcutt, Superintendent, Groton Water Department   Groton Water Department is preparing for the largest Public Works project ever undertaken by the Town of Groton. The new Iron and Manganese Water Treatment Facility, to be located at the Whitney Pond Well Field on Lowell Road, will have...
by Connie Sartini   Groton Select Board approved granting a perpetual easement over Groton Country Club property to allow for installation of a subsurface sewage disposal line to service the land and buildings situated at 227 Boston Road on the portion of land owned by the town situated at 94...
by Connie Sartini   At the Monday night Select Board meeting, Selectman Josh Degen made a surprise announcement to his colleagues that he was resigning from the Diversity Task Force (DTF) effective October 1, but said that he would continue to attend the DFT meetings.      When the Select...
by Connie Sartini   Following a public hearing for an All Alcoholic Off Premise Package Store Liquor License for a building located in the former appliance store at Shaw’s Plaza, the Select Board unanimously approved the application submitted by Shree Hari Om, doing business as Groton Wine...
by Connie Sartini   Groton businessman John Amaral, whose company recently purchased the vacant Deluxe building on Main Street, met with the Select Board to request removal of a Fall Town Meeting warrant article that would rezone the property from a General Business designation to new Multi-...

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