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} Sub-Committee Formalizes Protocols and Procedures for Teachers and Staff to Follow When Behavioral Issues Arise within the Classroom; Behavioral Concerns Associated with Students with Special Education Plans Became Focal Points for Teacher Frustration Last Spring } New Language in Employee...
by Connie Sartini       Town Manager Mark Haddad advised that the Town hired Geological Field Services to provide a Draft Initial Site Assessment of the former Nod Road landfill. The purpose of the Draft ISA was to determine if the landfill was capped according to the standards at the time (1976)...
by Barbara Scofidio    “Befriend the ground of reality.” is a favorite phrase of Li Kynvi, who has had to do this many times in their amazing journey. Currently the Intern Minister studying under the Reverend Elea Kemler at First Parish Church, as well as a hospice music therapist for Care...
by Marlena Gilbert   Pete Myerson, principal of Swallow Union Elementary School, will be leaving Groton-Dunstable to take a position in another school district. Myerson has been the longest-standing administrator in the district with decades of institutional knowledge.    Dr. Laura Chesson,...

The Fitchburg Art Museum is showcasing the Big Book: Pages for Peace exhibit throughout the summer months. On display is original artwork and memorabilia from the project as well as the inspirational Big Book. The museum is open to the public Wednesday - Sunday. On Thursday, August 4, the museum is free to the public.   Don’t miss the opportunity to see this exhibit while it is nearby!  Photo by Charles Sternaimolo

The start of the 2022 Gibbet Hill Cattle Run Race. “They dodged cow-pies, navigated cattle trails, and dashed through 'castle ruins', all while scaling Groton's most famous peak, Gibbet Hill.” The Gibbet Hill Cattle Run is a 8.4 mile, three-person team relay with each team member running two 1.4 mile legs. Sponsored by Webber Restaurant Group. Photo by Steve Lieman 

4This multi-family proposal is the largest ever to come before the town. The development includes three, four-story buildings with 56 units in each building for a total of 168 units as well as 32 townhomes housed in eight, four-unit buildings. All units are rentals. 4Because this project falls...
by Connie Sartini Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board that the initial search for the appointed Town Clerk position has been completed. He said that the position had been advertised in several publications and that he had formed a search committee made up of Mike Bouchard, Jason...
by Connie Sartini    Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board that the initial search for the appointed Town Clerk position has been completed. He said that the position had been advertised in several publications and that he had formed a search committee made up of Mike Bouchard, Jason...
by Connie Sartini    The Groton Business Association received approval from the Select Board for a One Day All Alcoholic license for Grotonfest, to be held on Saturday, September 24 2022 at the Legion Common.    Having denied a request for a license for the Summer Concert Series at the Smith...

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