Maria Biwald died August 21.
Visiting hours will be at the Badger Funeral Home, 45 School Street, Groton, Massachusetts on Sunday August 24, 2014. from 3-5 p.m.
Chris Ferris says September 2 is The Day. The day the “Olde” Groton Inn era closes and the new Groton Inn era begins.
Labor Day weekend heralds the end of summer, the start of school… and for a number of Groton kids, the 58th Annual Middlesex County 4-H Fair.
Groton Board of Selectmen approved a second resolution attempting to bar Kinder Morgan pipeline surveyors from town toads after their first attempt was deemed “unenforceable.”
Both the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District and Nashoba Valley Technical High School have released their bus routes for the coming school year.
The Massachusetts State Police will operate a “Sobriety Checkpoint” somewhere in Middlesex County Saturday August 16 into Sunday August 17, 2014
Ten Groton businesses have joined the latest show of grass roots support against the proposed Kinder Morgan natural gas pipeline that would span 45 northern Massachusetts towns.
Richard R. (Rich) Fuccillo, of Groton, died August 7, 2014 at Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer. He was a resident of Groton for 62 years.
Groton Farmers Market spokesman Leo Wyatt reports that the first local peaches of the season are starting to trickle in, and should be available at the Farmer’s Market Friday afternoon.
You can still get in some summer reading or attend a robotics workshop before Labor Day at the Groton Public Library.
There are many varied opinions as to how the Prescott School building should be used.
Evelyn M. Smith died at her West Groton home after a brief illness. She was a lifelong resident of West Groton, the daughter of the late Orland E. and Catherine T. Downs Spinney.