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Extended Hours for Absentee Voter Registration On Oct. 31, Nov. 1

Extended Hours for Absentee Voter Registration On Oct. 31, Nov. 1

Town Clerk Michael Bouchard’s office will provide extended hours at the end of October to assist voters who want absentee ballots for the November 4th state election.

Fall Town Meeting Live Coverage

Fall Town Meeting Live Coverage

Live coverage of the 2014 Fall Town Meeting — budget boosts at the Town Manager’s behest, mosquito control, and zoning changes.

Fitchburg Romps; Stomps the Crusaders, 46-0

Fitchburg Romps; Stomps the Crusaders, 46-0

The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders were blown out of the water Friday night by the Fitchburg Red Raiders in a 46-0 shellacking at Crocker Field.

Ready to Trick or Treat? Parade, Begging Hours, and Haunted Hayride are Set

Ready to Trick or Treat? Parade, Begging Hours, and Haunted Hayride are Set

Groton’s Halloween celebration kicks off with a parade at 3 p.m. on Sunday October 26th, and Trick or Treat from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, October 31rst.

Found Tabby-and-White Cat On Hollis Street

Found Tabby-and-White Cat On Hollis Street

A 12-pound tabby-and-white long haired cat has been found on Hollis Street. It’s friendly and has a white tip at the end of its tail.

Groton Wellness Open House This Saturday

Groton Wellness Open House This Saturday

Groton Wellness throws open its doors for its sixth annual fall open house this Saturday, October 18th from 11 a.m. — 3 p.m., according to a press release from the center.

Pies, Then Supper and More Pies at Christian Union

Pies, Then Supper and More Pies at Christian Union

The Christian Union Church in West Groton turns into Groton’s food center this Saturday, when the Ladies Aid presents its annual pie sale followed by a roast beef public supper.

ArtsNashoba Fall Festival Promises A Fun Afternoon

ArtsNashoba Fall Festival Promises A Fun Afternoon

ArtsNashoba hosts its Fall Festival Saturday, October 18, from 1-4 p.m. at the Union Congregational Church at 218 Main Street, Groton.

Firefighters' "Non-Reappointment" Lawsuit To Be Tried In Federal Court

Firefighters’ “Non-Reappointment” Lawsuit To Be Tried In Federal Court

Lawyers for the town’s insurance company have replied to the “non-reappointment” lawsuit filed by four former firefighters against town officials by moving the case from the state court system to federal.

Groton's Opinion Page

Dear Editor: Some Concerns Regarding Mosquito Control
Dear Editor: "Next Monday, Groton Town Meeting continues the tradition of self-governance and meets to consider 24 articles"
Dear Editor: "There is a proposal before voters to sell Tarbell School, to me, on the Fall Town Meeting warrant."
Dear Editor: No Easy Answers For Prescott
Dear Editor: "We urge a vote against selling Prescott ..."
Dear Editor: Thanks For Supporting Engine and Hose Company 1 Association
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