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Fall’s the time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for a grand finale.  Photo of North Face of Indian Hill on Old Ayer Road. Photo by Russell Harris

 

A survivor of China and Burma battlefields, WWII

Passing the flag, remembering the fallen from all the wars.

Back then the Nashua River ran a different color every day from upstream paper mills. The sulphur smell reached a mile away. You could drop a stone from the bridge and it wouldn’t sink through the cellulose sludge.

 

by Mary J Metzger   “This park was built by a Green Beret and some kids.” Marion Stoddart stands at the Petapawag Canoe Launch in Groton, one of the first protected stretches of land along the Nashua River, taken by tax title in 1966 by the Groton Conservation Commission.      “It was very...

Autumnal scene looking down Pleasant Street onto Mill Street. Photo by Steve Lieman

 

Don't miss "The Photographer and The Naturalist" on Nov 21, 7:00-8:30 p.m. New Ipswich Public Library, 6 Main St, New Ipswich, NH. Photo courtesy of Sherry Anders. 

This swingin’ skeleton is out of the closet and ready for a good Groton scare. Could this be the ghost of Elizabeth Knapp, the young woman identified as a witch in Groton in 1671, now coming back to haunt us? If so, she seems to have a scary sense of style. Photo by Steve Lieman

 

George Moore, Groton Animal Control Officer, and friend

Loose, Found, Injured, Sighted Loose horses and cattle: 3  Loose dogs: 10 Found dogs: 2 Bat related: 2 Owl injured: 1 Black bear sightings: 4 Fox related: 3 Loose poultry: 1 Bites/attacks Dogs 3 (Skunk related: 1; Raccoon related: 3)        We received several calls for...
by Nancy Cicco   In a quest to discover new Earth-like planets capable of supporting life, NASA on Saturday launched a telescope designed and built by UMass Lowell that could one day find new planets and other objects in space that have yet to be detected because they are awash in light from...
Scientists at the National Weather Service (NWS) are seeing changing trends in our precipitation and temperature patterns across New England, with an increasing trend in annual average temperature, annual average precipitation, and the number of heavy rainfall events over the past two decades....

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