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Groton Police Log Week of December 28, 2020 During the week of December 28, dispatch answered 1106 calls for service. The following is a summary of just a few of those calls.      Police officers responded to 10 abandoned 9-1-1 calls; all ended up being accidental dials on cell phones. The...
by Bob Katzen, Beacon Hill Record   The House and Senate approved and sent to the governor a bill that would require public and private institutions of higher education in the state to conduct high-quality campus sexual misconduct climate surveys at least once every four years and annually...
State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey announced that for the first time on record, no children died in fires in Massachusetts in 2020. Historically, children and seniors have been most at risk of dying in fires. “To have no children, no one under the age of 18, die in a fire in Massachusetts is...
Police Chief Michael Luth reminds residents and visitors that Winter Parking Regulations are in effect. Article IV, Section 5 of the Town By-Laws prohibits parking on any public way for more than one (1) hour between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6 a.m. from November 15th to April 15th. Offenders...
The age for mandatory licensing of a dog is 6 months of age, not 6 years as incorrectly stated in a recent notice in this newspaper.
• Town Employees will Continue to Work Remotely Until Jan. 11 • The [Senior] Center Will Remain Closed Until March 1   by Robert Stewart   Town Manager Mark Haddad announced last week that key municipal buildings will be closed to the public in compliance with new State restrictions...

Groton Police Chief Michael Luth [right] and Town Manager Mark Haddad [left] presented George Moore with a plaque in appreciation of his 14 years of service as Animal Control Officer.

 

Groton Animal Control answered 11 calls in November, breaking-down into the following categories: • Loose horse; 1 at the Groton/Shirley town line. Shirley Police were able to return it to the owner. • Missing/loose dogs; 4, 1 dog bite investigated by Animal Control.  • Groton does have a...
 Note to Our Readers: This is the last paper of 2020. After a week off for the holidays, we resume publication with the edition dated January 8, 2021. Thank you for Supporting The Groton Herald. Happy Holidays!
Groton Explorer Post #4879 will be picking up Christmas Trees again this year in Town. Pick up’s will be the weekends of January 2th and January 3th and again January 9th and 10th from 9:00am to 4:00pm.      If you would like your tree picked up, please call 978-272- 2018 and leave a message (...
     Week of November 30, 2020 During the week of November 30, dispatch answered 1073 calls for service. The following is a summary of just a few of those calls.      Police officers responded to 12 abandoned 9-1-1 calls; all ended up being accidental dials on cell phones. The police...

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