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Swan family on Lost Lake in Groton, June 2019.

Spotted on the Rail Trail in Groton, along the river.

Members of Troop 13, newly formed all-girl Scouts BSA troop in flag-raising exercises at the mound on Memorial Day. Photo by Steve Lieman

by Mary Swansburg      In February 2019 the Scouts BSA program was formed under the Boy Scouts of America. Scouts BSA has taken the place of what has been known for generations as the Boy Scouts of America. Scouts BSA is open to all allowing everyone to have an equal opportunity to rise to the...
   Employees from Rollstone Bank & Trust (RBT) rolled up their sleeves to help Habitat for Humanity North Central Massachusetts (Habitat NCM) with one of its Critical Home Repair Projects in Littleton, this past weekend, by replacing wallboard and insulation in a homeowner’s basement.    The...

The famous cardboard boat race.

Photographs by Steve Lieman show some of the fun and beauty of this year's glorious celebration of the Nashua River. */
by Jack Petropoulos      Bruce Easom is a quiet and reserved man.  Unless you knew him, you would not likely pick him out of a crowd.  In fact, your paths would not likely cross here in Groton unless perhaps, you had cause to go before the ZBA, appreciated a project funded by the Community...
  On Wednesday, May 29 UMass Lowell deployed more than 100 sheep to cut the grass along a stretch of campus officials say is difficult and more costly for workers to maintain.     In a scene that may look more like the Welsh countryside than Lowell, more than 100 sheep have been deployed to a steep...

From left to right: Dan McElroy, Andrew McElroy, Thomas McElroy, Adam Abruzzi, Zoltán Erdei.

by Connie Sartini    On June 3 the historic Groton Center Fire Station, formerly an Odd Fellows Hall, will enter the next phase of its life with the opening of an exciting new restaurant -The Groton Station House Restaurant - that was specifically designed to cater to the tastes and palates of...

Some of the many residents honoring the sacred dead and keeping our heritage alive through Groton’s Memorial Day parade and rememberance. Bob Johnson [above center foreground in white shirt] deserves our praise and thanks for keeping Groton’s Memorial Day parade going through the years. Thank you, Bob. Photo by Russell Harris

 Preparing for Dunstable’s Memorial Day Parade. Photo by John Callahan


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