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Longtime Woman's Club member Ann Walsh was honored and thanked for her years of service to the club. Courtesy photo


Natalie Greene and Mary Durham record tree information for Friends of the Trees. Photo by Connie Sartini


Friends of the Trees continue their project to update the inventory of the many beautiful trees they have planted along Groton streets and roadways. They use calipers to measure the diameter of the trees, identify the GPS coordinates and assess the overall condition of these plantings. They have...

Groton Deputy Fire Chief Weeks. Photo by Steve Lieman


Edie Tompkins has been active in this community for more than 50 of her 90 years and we, her family, wish to include you in celebration of this joyful moment.      Due to Covid-19 we are unable to celebrate face-to-face and that is what she and so many people are missing and longing for. You...
Colgate University Dean's Award Kelsey L. Beausoleil, 2019 GDRHS graduate and Class President, has received the Dean’s Award at Colgate University for the spring 2020 semester. Kelsey is currently a sophomore and three-sport athlete (Cross Country, Indoor Track and Track & Field). She is...

The Chiefs

These local police chiefs will be participating virtually this Sunday, October 4 in a fund raiser for the Dana-Farber Jimmy Fund by walking 5k along Nashua River Rail Trail. The chiefs belong to “Team Police Chiefs” organized by the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police. Anyone is interested in...

On Saturday September 12, Groton Troop 3 honored three new Eagle scouts: Jeremy Fish, Alex O’Brien, and Bryce McKinley (pictured left to right). The Eagle Court of Honor ceremony was held outside at the gazebo on Town Field. Photo courtesy of Troop 3.


Does George Moore know about this? Photo by Steve Lieman  

A very self-satisfied goat suns herself at Luina Greine Farm. Photo by Steve Lieman


Roger Temple, just shy of his 89th birthday, still grows vegetables every summer. This photo shows just a portion of his extensive garden which includes multiple rows of tomatoes, corn, melons and other vegeatables. Now he pays to have the soil tilled the begining of the season but does everything else himself. One of the secrets of his stamina is the garden chair seen in the background. He has several similar chairs scattered around the garden, allowing him to take rest breaks when needed. Photo by Russell Harris



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