The proposed Northeast Energy Direct pipeline moved forward today when Kinder Morgan said it has signed contracts with customers for the gas the pipeline would carry.
Music, canoeing under a full moon, and lots of fresh food highlight August in Groton.
Nashoba Valley Technical High School is hosting two Family Athletic Nights to open the new, state-of-the-art athletic facilities and to thank residents for their support.
Regular readers of The Groton Line, know the short news releases warning that a “sobriety checkpoint” will be operating somewhere in Middlesex County.
The Groton Golf Association has begun to register golfers for it’s annual Course Improvement Fund Raiser Golf Tournament, set for Saturday, August 23 this year.
I am trying to explore all options for the reuse of the Tarbell School. Can it be reborn as a charter school for the arts?
According to a news release from the Massachusetts State Police, a “Sobriety Checkpoint” will be implemented by the department on a public way somewhere in Middlesex County and will operate Saturday July 26 into Sunday July 27.
This summer, Alia Degen’s passion for Judaism, social justice, and advocacy brought her to Washington, D.C. for the Machon Kaplan program at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.
Fuzzy, a long haired brown tabby Maine coon cat has strayed from his home on Wharton Row.
A favorite Groton band, Back to the Garden, will gently rock shoppers and food vendors tomorrow at the Groton Farmers Market at the Williams Barn on Chicopee Row from 3-7 p.m.
Fifty pipeline protesters marched along State Route 119 in Groton from the Nashua River bridge to the town center, where they held a rally against a proposed Kinder Morgan natural gas pipeline.
The debut netcast and cablecast of Talk On Main Street tackles some selected aspects of the Northeast Energy Direct natural gas pipeline proposed by Kinder Morgan that would span 45 towns along the northern edge of Massachusetts.