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Knights of Columbus Youth Free Throw Championship Set For Sunday

Knights of Columbus Youth Free Throw Championship Set For Sunday

The annual local Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship is this Sunday, January 25, the 12th year for the group’s effort to reach out to boys and girls from 9 to 14 years.

Groton Interfaith Council Welcomes The New England Shirdi Sai Parivaar to Groton

Groton Interfaith Council Welcomes The New England Shirdi Sai Parivaar to Groton

Neelkanth Mishra, spiritual director of the New England Shirdi Sai Parivaar Temple, welcomed people attending the Groton Interfaith Council’s MLK Day breakfast to his community as Groton welcomed its newest religious group to town.

LA Basketball: Girls Romp Over Thayer, Boys Lose Thriller To Cheshire

LA Basketball: Girls Romp Over Thayer, Boys Lose Thriller To Cheshire

The Lawrence Academy Spartans boys’ and girls’ basketball teams took part in the 2015 Hoop Mountain Mass Arc Holiday Challenge at TD Garden Monday and came away with one win and a loss.

Icy Roads Send Groton Drivers Slip-Slidin' Away

Icy Roads Send Groton Drivers Slip-Slidin’ Away

Rain falling on icy cold roads quickly turned town streets into skating rinks Sunday afternoon, sending multiple cards into ditches, trees, and each other, and several people to area hospitals.

Paul Taylor Troupe Teaches, Motivates During Dance Residency at Groton School

Paul Taylor Troupe Teaches, Motivates During Dance Residency at Groton School

Taylor 2, the outreach troupe of Paul Taylor American Modern Dance, visited Groton this week, performing and teaching as dancers-in-residence at Groton School.

Shep's Place: With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm

Shep’s Place: With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Shep's Place

Lawrence Academy’s Waters House — a dorm that was an Underground Railroad stop and comes with ghosts and more.

Josh Degen Asks For Help to Build a "Cohesive" Board of Selectmen

Josh Degen Asks For Help to Build a “Cohesive” Board of Selectmen

BoS Chair Degen was clearly tired of the way board members are not working together when he asked his fellow selectmen for help to rebuild the often-dysfunctional body.

Girl's Hoop Team Posts Double-Digit Win Over Westborough

Girl’s Hoop Team Posts Double-Digit Win Over Westborough

The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders girl’s basketball team defeated the Westborough Rangers handily, 59-46, Tuesday night, but despite the double-digit margin, there were some anxious moments.

At The High School: Students of the Month

At The High School: Students of the Month

This entry is part 51 of 51 in the series At The High School

Groton-Dunstable Regional High School principal Michael Mastrullo delivers profiles of eight students who have earned the “Student of the Month” award.

Groton's Opinion Page

Dear Editor: Selectmen Spend Many Hours Listening and Analyzing
Dear Editor: Thank You For Supporting the Electronic Voting Study Committee
Dear Editor: "I will be voting for Gene Rauhala and ask you to vote for him too."
Dear Editor: "Gene Rauhala is worthy of our trust and confidence"
Dear Editor: Yes On Question 5 -- Corporations Are Not People
Dear Editor: Some Concerns Regarding Mosquito Control
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