Dear Editor, In last week’s editorial, the Editor of The Groton Herald once again advances his narrative of an omnipotent town manager who runs amok with no guidance or oversight from the Board of Selectmen. He also displays his confusion by referencing a citation, “Section 3-2-3 of the Groton Charter” which in fact is not more »
The Groton-Dunstable Regional School Committee is looking for three residents of Groton or Dunstable to serve on the recently created Public Communications and Community Engagement Advisory Committee, along with three members of the School Committee and one representative of the school administration.
Contested elections are never easy. The good news is that they are always resolved and, with any luck, everything turns out for the better. This year we re-elected a Selectman and two School Committee representatives, and brought on a new member to the School Committee, all in contested elections. As a community we learned a more »
I offer my gratitude to the town of Groton for electing me to serve a second term as Selectman. I owe a great deal of thanks to many many people for making this happen, but above all I would like to thank each and every voter that came out last Tuesday and participated with their more »
I must thank all of the citizens of Groton who voted for me for Selectman. I know many of you, but I certainly don’t know all of you and I am humbled that so many of you read and listened to my message for more civility in Town Government. I started as a relative unknown more »
If you work in journalism, every once in a while a story pops up that affects you in a personal way.
This is one of those, a Memorial Day quest by a soldier looking for information about another soldier, from Groton. Terrance Kane is someone whose memory will never fade away for some, but who is also a person whose past in Groton is hard to find and define.
We strongly support Jack Petropoulos for re-election to the Board of Selectmen. Jack has been labeled a troublemaker by some, including some of his fellow Selectmen. Like the young boy who spoke the honest truth in the fable of the Emperor’s New Clothes, Jack’s truth-telling is exactly what we, the citizens of Groton, need on more »