The Groton-Dunstable Regional School Committee shuffled the district’s administration slightly and reorganized itself at its meeting this Wednesday.
Kathleen P. McCann of West Groton, and who was the town’s Tax Collector for many years, died at Nashoba Valley Medical Center on May 18. Born in Lawrence, MA on Jan. 9, 1917, she lived in Rhode Island and graduated from Westerly High School.
Indian Hill Music of Littleton honored two of its longest-standing business partners, both of Groton, at their May 8th business breakfast: Deluxe Corporation Foundation and Ursula Graf Real Estate.
Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s recent Open House and Career Night included a little something for everyone: tours of the school and its 18 technical programs, a look at possible career opportunities, an opportunity to chat with teachers from both the academic and technical programs, and more.
I dropped in on a Biology class the other day and was fortunate to observe a flower dissection. Considering the alternatives (and considering the pre-lunch hour), the flowers were agreeable subjects.
Groton’s Memorial Day Parade will step off at 9:00 a.m. Monday morning, May 27th, from Legion Common in its tribute to the town’s and the country’s veterans.
My name is Randolph!
I am an 11 year old greyhound in foster care here in Groton.
Groton’s Cable Advisory Committee would “… appreciate hearing from citizens about their experiences with Charter cable television.”
Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s popular “sampler program,” Summer Experience 2013, for kids entering grades 6–9 this fall, is taking early registrations — a $50 savings for parents, according to a press release from the Westford school.
Throughout the 2012-13 school year, Lawrence Academy Head of School Dan Scheibe has often talked about the students’ ongoing educational mission and, as a way of capturing how LA seniors took up and internalized that task.
Groton’s bears were making their rounds this morning, with reports and pictures coming in from Court Street and Smith Street.
About 40 adults and a few kids and dogs attended Groton’s Arbor Day festivities on Sawyer Common Sunday May 19, organized by the Friends of the Trees and the Groton Garden Club.