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Lamarre Found Guilty in Vehicular Homicides That Killed DeLuca And Mitchell in 2012

Lamarre Found Guilty in Vehicular Homicides That Killed DeLuca And Mitchell in 2012

Keith Lamarre, has been found guilty of motor vehicle homicide in connection with a September 2, 2012 single-vehicle crash that killed Taylor DeLuca, 21, of Groton and Richard Mitchell, 21, of Dunstable.

Kinder Morgan Applies For Pipeline Pre-Filing Approval From FERC

Kinder Morgan Applies For Pipeline Pre-Filing Approval From FERC

Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company (TGP) filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) yesterday, September 15, requesting permission to use FERC’s pre-filing procedure on its proposed Northeast Energy Direct Project.

Cultural Council Is Seeking Proposals for Community Arts, Humanities, and Science Projects

Cultural Council Is Seeking Proposals for Community Arts, Humanities, and Science Projects

The Groton Cultural Council has set an October 15 postmark deadline for organizations, schools and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community.

Lawrence Academy Plans Emergency Drill Wednesday Afternoon

Lawrence Academy Plans Emergency Drill Wednesday Afternoon

If you live near Groton Center, you’ve already heard something new on the Lawrence Academy campus this school year — loud, effective, public address speakers.

Check It Out: Aprender un nuevo Languare (Learn a new language) @ GPL

Check It Out: Aprender un nuevo Languare (Learn a new language) @ GPL

French, Spanish, and Chinese language groups start meeting this week at the Groton Public Library.

Steve Mickle's Wake and Remembrance Draws Large Crowd of Mourners

Steve Mickle’s Wake and Remembrance Draws Large Crowd of Mourners

Former Groton firefighter and town employee Steve Mickle’s wake drew a large crowd of mourners when it began in the Groton-Dunstable Performing Arts Center at noon on Saturday.

New Blood, Familiar Face In Lawrence Academy Admissions Office

New Blood, Familiar Face In Lawrence Academy Admissions Office

Lawrence Academy’s new director of admissions, Phil Blood, is a familiar face to folks in and around Groton.

Groton-Dunstable Spikes Gardner 36-13 In Pigskin Season Opener

Groton-Dunstable Spikes Gardner 36-13 In Pigskin Season Opener

The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders spread the love in their season-opening win over the Gardner Wildcats. Four players touchdowns en route to a 36-13 stomping.

New Central Fire Station Dedication and Open House Planned For Saturday

New Central Fire Station Dedication and Open House Planned For Saturday

In one of Town Hall’s better kept secrets, Groton’s new $8M fire station on Farmer’s Row will be dedicated Saturday morning at 10, followed by an open house.

Groton's Opinion Page

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
Dear Editor: Funding the Kinder Morgan Northeast Energy Direct Project
Dear Editor: Prescott School Redux
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