Apr 202015
 
Three Brush Fires Kept Firefighters Busy On Sunday

A dry and sunny Sunday, perfect for spring yard clean up, was also just a bit too breezy for brush fires. Groton firefighters responded to alarms on Ames, Gratuity, and Schoolhouse Roads, all around noon on April 19. Groton Fire Chief Steele McCurdy reported that the three fires combined consumed more than an acre and more »

Apr 192015
 
It's Turtle Toddle Time In Groton

Temperatures hit 73° in Groton on Saturday, and both resident humans and reptiles were outside enjoying the sun. Saturday morning, Groton Police Officer Dale Rose assisted a young resident, believed to be a snapping turtle, across Lost Lake Drive. The turtle was not cited for jaywalking because it was ambling across the road near a more »

Apr 172015
 
Athletic Boosters Raise $21K In Pledges For Scholarships, Equipment, and Aid

Groton-Dunstable Regional High School student athletes and coaches dialed most of the phones in both towns during the Athletic Booster’s annual phonathon. The spring event raised “… a little over $21,000 in pledges. The Phonathon is our primary source of fundraising,” explained Phonathon Chair Nancy Ohringer. “Student-athletes and their coaches are given a specific night more »

Apr 102015
 
Route 119 Repaving Work Begins Sunday Night

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation will begin resurfacing work on Route 119 through Groton Sunday night, April 12, Groton Department of Public Works Director Tom Delaney announced today. Two crews will be at work for at least several weeks, possibly through June, he said. One crew will work from Littleton toward Groton center; the second more »

Apr 072015
 
Town Manager Review Punted From Degen to Schulman

Instead of conducting Town Manager Mark Haddad’s annual performance review for 2014, Board of Selectmen Chair Josh Degen has removed himself as the lead evaluater and compiler of the review, citing “an investigation” of him requested by Haddad — and potential future lawsuits — and his wish to remove any hint that he would not more »

Apr 062015
 
Sobriety Checkpoint In Middlesex County This Weekend

According to a news release from the Massachusetts State Police, a “Sobriety Checkpoint” will be run by the department on a public way somewhere in Middlesex County and will operate from Saturday April 11 into Sunday April 12, 2015. The press release states: “The purpose is to further educate the motoring public and strengthen the public’s awareness more »