Toby, a medium-size gray domestic longhaired cat is missing from his home on Jenkins Road, the road leading to the Groton Fairgrounds.
Grotonfest 2014 went off without a hitch Saturday, drawing an estimated 5000 people throughout the course of the day, according to organizer Jane Bouvier.
The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders overcame numerous illnesses and injuries to register their second straight double-digit road win Friday night, a 23-6 victory over the Hudson Hawks at the Morgan Bowl.
A round up of area team reports and news from sports reporter Sam Feeley’s note book
The correct day for visiting hours is Sunday, September 21.
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 September 20, 2014 into Sunday September 21.
Thomas Trent Conley 58, a resident of West Groton, passed away unexpectedly Friday September 12, 2014 at the Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer, Massachusetts after a brief illness.
Quiet West Groton took on the look and feel of a TV crime show this morning, when area law enforcement agencies served a search warrant at 171 Pepperell Road and arrested Shane Conley, 28, on a variety of drug and firearms charges.
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.
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.
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.
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.