One person was transported by Groton Fire Department personnel after a pickup truck rolled over on Old Dunstable Road near Hoyt’s Wharf Road about 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Two occupants were evaluated at the scene. No other details were available Saturday evening.
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 Saturday June 6, into Sunday June 7, 2015. The press release states: “The purpose is to further educate the motoring public and strengthen the public’s awareness more »
Groton call firefighter Chris Curtis has been disciplined and returned to duty after separate police and fire department internal investigations into his sending an email to all or most members of the department allegedly threatening former firefighter James “Stewie” Horan and his friends who are members of the department, according to Groton Fire Chief Steele more »
This Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday were really long days for Town Clerk Michael Bouchard… Setting up voting machines, polling stations, work tables, and signs at the Groton Country Club and Senior Center on Monday. Up with, or maybe a little before, the sun on a damp and cool Tuesday morning to supervise a town election more »
Electrician Keith LaValley puts the finishing touches on a new Main Street sign for the Groton Country Club Wednesday May 20. Janine LaValley designed the sign as part of a new, complementary “look” for signs on town-owned buildings — the LaValleys have recently worked on signs for the Country Club, new central Fire Station, and more »
Town Manager Mark Haddad has withdrawn his request to the Board of Selectmen that it investigate two of its members, who are also his supervisors, Chair Josh Degen and Selectman Jack Petropoulos. In a news release issued Thursday evening, May 14, BoS Vice Chair Anna Eliot wrote that the board had not begun the investigation more »
I am writing to you, the people of Groton, to let you know that I am supporting Jack Petropoulos for re-election to the Board of Selectmen. With that in mind, I have been researching the background regarding the Personnel Board controversy. The following is what I have learned: 1. HISTORY The selectmen, with the recommendation more »
Three people are running for a single open seat on the Groton Board of Selectmen in the May 19, 2015 town election. Incumbent Jack Petropoulos is seeking his second three-year term. He is challenged by long-time Planning Board member and current Chair George Barringer and Art Prest, who serves on several town committees but has more »