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.
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services nudged Groton’s municipal bond rating upwards a notch from AA+ to AAA, the company’s highest rating, on July 11.
The Month of Fasting 2014 – Ramadan 1435, is winding down. There are only a few more days left before this glorious month ends.
The four Groton firefighters whose complaints were dismissed by the Board of Selectmen as “unsubstantiated” on Friday reply through their attorney.
After four and a half hours of closed-door hearings Friday, the Groton Board of Selectmen dismissed complaints against town employees as “unsubstantiated.”
Ann Elizabeth Murphy, of 551 Longley Road, died after being hit by a vehicle near her home Friday evening around 6:30 p.m.
Groton Farmers Market kicks off its second week with a new coffee roaster, live music, and newly ripe cherry tomatoes at the Williams Barn on Chicopee Row.
Roger S. Benson, 58, of Groton, died unexpectedly at Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer, Massachusetts on July 15, 2014.