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Town Hires Investigator For Harassment Claims

Town Hires Investigator For Harassment Claims

Groton has hired a private investigator, but the town is being tight lipped about who or what is being investigated.

Really Grand Grand Pianos At Second Hand Prose Books

Really Grand Grand Pianos At Second Hand Prose Books

Learn about the Frederick Collection of Period Grand Pianos at a free presentation by Patricia Frederick, at Second Hand Prose Books on April 22nd at 7:00 p.m.

Fire Chief Search Committee To Begin Sifting Through Resumes

Fire Chief Search Committee To Begin Sifting Through Resumes

Groton has received more than two dozen resumes from people interested in trying to fill Fire Chief Joe Bosselait’s boots as the town’s next fire chief.

Obituary: Pat Frazer, Former Groton Inn Innkeeper

Obituary: Pat Frazer, Former Groton Inn Innkeeper

Priscilla “Pat” Ruth Frazer, former Groton Inn innkeeper, died peacefully at the Maine Medical Center on April 10, 2014.

Check It Out: Shakespeare, Bees, & Expanded Hours @ GPL

Check It Out: Shakespeare, Bees, & Expanded Hours @ GPL

This entry is part 15 of 15 in the series Check It Out

The Groton Public Library shifts to summer hours and presents programs on Shakespeare and honeybees this month.

Easter Services In Groton Area Churches

Easter Services In Groton Area Churches

With the last snow melting and snowdrops and crocuses poking out of the ground into the sunshine, it means Easter is here.

Groton-Dunstable Boy's Lacross Tromps Tigers 15-7

Groton-Dunstable Boy’s Lacross Tromps Tigers 15-7

The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders boys’ lacrosse team walloped the Tyngsborough Tigers Saturday, 15-7 with hat tricks by Irby, Forbes, Lynch, and Hourani.

Women's History Month Is History At The High School

Women’s History Month Is History At The High School

The end of March wrapped up another Women’s History Month Celebration at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School.

Mitch Navetta and Samantha Ferraro Win Awards In Juried Fruitlands Show

Mitch Navetta and Samantha Ferraro Win Awards In Juried Fruitlands Show

Two Groton-Dunstable Regional High School art students won awards at the Student Art Competition Exhibit at Fruitlands Museum recently.

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