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The Buzzing Sound In Town Hall Isn't Mosquitos — It's Talk About Their Place In This Year's Budget

The Buzzing Sound In Town Hall Isn’t Mosquitos — It’s Talk About Their Place In This Year’s Budget

Like mosquitoes? Probably not. Dislike them enough to pay some tax money to see and swat fewer of them? Want to vote on that?

Selectmen Move Forward With Open Meeting Law Training, Phase 2

Selectmen Move Forward With Open Meeting Law Training, Phase 2

The Board of Selectmen, coming off a successful training session on the state Open Meeting Law two weeks ago, voted this week to follow up with a series of video screenings of the class.

Check It Out: How History Shapes Groton's Character

Check It Out: How History Shapes Groton’s Character

This entry is part 19 of 19 in the series Check It Out

A joint two-part program with the Groton Historical Society on How History Shapes Groton’s Character highlights a month of book related activities and fun events at the Groton Public Library.

Krikorian’s Late Goals Give Crusaders Boys’ Soccer Win Over Hudson

Krikorian’s Late Goals Give Crusaders Boys’ Soccer Win Over Hudson

It took them over an hour to get on the scoreboard, but the Groton-Dunstable boys’ soccer team notched a 2-1 victory over the Hudson Hawks at G-DRHS Thursday.

Dear Editor: The Town Should Vote On Whether We Have Mosquito Control Next Summer

Dear Editor: The Town Should Vote On Whether We Have Mosquito Control Next Summer

On both principal and need, the Board of Health believes that the town should be allowed to vote on whether we have mosquito control for the summer of 2015.

Encouraging Young Golfers Is a Long-Term Growth Strategy for Groton C.C. Golf Pro Jim Tennant

Encouraging Young Golfers Is a Long-Term Growth Strategy for Groton C.C. Golf Pro Jim Tennant

Junior golfers are the key to a healthy, profitable Groton Country Club, according to Jim Tennant, the club’s resident head pro.

Old Central Fire Station Takes A Break Before Transformation Begins

Old Central Fire Station Takes A Break Before Transformation Begins

The old Central Fire Station on Station Avenue is quieter than it’s been in years. Instead of fire engines, it’s filled with the McElroy’s plans for the future.

Free Screening of "The Anonymous People" At First Parish

Free Screening of “The Anonymous People” At First Parish

A free screening of “The Anonymous People” will take place at the First Parish Church vestry on Saturday, September 27 at 7:30 p.m. to mark the 25th anniversary of Recovery Month.

Farmers Market Is A Knife Place To Be Today

Farmers Market Is A Knife Place To Be Today

Feeling a little edgy? You may need to visit the Groton Farmer’s Market at Williams Barn this afternoon between 3 and dusk — it’s Knife Day.

Groton's Opinion Page

Dear Editor: The Town Should Vote On Whether We Have Mosquito Control Next Summer
Dear Editor: Could Prescott Become An Arts/Community Center?
Dear Editor: First Responders Honored by Council On Aging
Dear Editor: Why The "Non-reappointed" Firefighters Are Suing Groton
Dear Editor: All Good Things Come to an End — Including Cheap Marcellus Shale Gas
Dear Editor: Fit First Responders Are Essential
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