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This year, keeping our families safe during the holidays is at the top of our lists. “The holidays are a wonderful time of the year, but sadly they are also a time when many fires occur,” said State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey, “Keep your holidays bright by making fire safety part of your...
Note to Our Readers:   The last edition of this year will be dated Dec. 25.    After a week off for the holidays, we resume publication with the edition dated Jan. 9, 2021.   Thank you for Supporting The Groton Herald.
Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company (MMWEC), the joint action agency for municipal utilities in Massachusetts, is expanding its residential demand management program, “Connected Homes.” Connected Homes allows residential customers to better manage wifi-connected devices in their...
Town Manager Mark Haddad updated the Select Board with the latest CODID-19 data for Groton. He reported that Groton saw an “additional 54 cases in the last 14 days. It is climbing each week. A lot of people are getting tested, but the rate is rising.”      The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office (MSO)...
Town Hall Still Closed      Haddad advised that the Town Hall is still closed and is accessible by appointment only. Affordable Housing Trust Appointment      The Select Board unanimously appointed Groton resident Richard Perini to the Affordable Housing Trust vacancy. AFT Trust Chairman...
Police Log: Week of November 23, 2020 During the week of November 23, we continued to see a surge in unemployment fraud calls, investigating on average 3 a shift. Emergency responders went to 17 calls for medical aid; 4 patients refused further treatment after being seen by EMS. There was one...
While hunters are required to wear blaze orange during this season, it is also a good idea for all residents to wear blaze orange when using our trail systems during shotgun and primitive firearms season. Pets should also wear an orange vest or an orange bandana for visibility as well, so they...
Police Log: Week of November 16      During the week of November 16, first responders responded to just over 500 calls for service. The following is a summary of some of those calls. Police officers checked the wellbeing of 17 citizens; 13 for 9-1-1 hang ups or accidental 9-1-1 activation; 4 by...
The Groton Police Department was one of more than 160 Massachusetts law enforcement agencies receiving $7.8 million in federal grant funding made possible through the Edward J. Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) program and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. These...
Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board that the latest results regarding Covid-19 places Groton “in the green area. We have had 16 cases in the last 14 days, and this continues moving higher.”  

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