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We hope you are all doing well and managing to stay healthy during this difficult time. As you know, the Pantry has been temporarily closed for the past few weeks in order to regroup. Our staff team has been working very hard to recruit new volunteers, establish a fleet of trucks and drivers to...
"In darkest of times light continues to shine through and the residents of Groton have brightened this extraordinary journey we are sharing. The Groton Council on Aging shares our deepest appreciation to this community for their support. Our hearts are full by the extraordinary outpouring of...
Just a reminder, Groton Grange #7 will not be holding its 2020 Town-wide Litter Cleanup, scheduled for April 25 & 26. Like so many other things in our lives it has been put on hold to a later time. However, we have seen almost daily citizens of Groton cleaning up our roadsides while walking...
During this very stressful time, the Commissioners of Trust Funds for the Town of Groton would like residents of Groton to know that financial assistance is available through the Green and Shepley Trust Funds and the Community Children’s Fund. If you are in financial difficulty, please reach out...
SPRING 2020 Prescott goes ONLINE! Visit www.prescottscc.org for details and to register • Town Meeting in the Age of Smart Phones, Video Confernces & Pandemics Facilitator: Jason Kauppi Sunday, April 26, 2-4 p.m. CLASSES STARTING APRIL 19 through MAY 17 • Groton Homes of The...
Our Lady of Grace Parish Fr. Jeremy St. Martin, Administrator For info: 978-433-5737 Saint James Church, 13 Saint James Ave., West Groton Saint Joseph Church, 28 Tarbell St., Pepperell        All services at the churches have been cancelled for Holy Week and Easter due to the...
Many small-town weekly newspapers have folded in Massachusetts and across the nation. Some remaining newspapers have become "zombies," focusing on sensational news with dramatically reduced staffs, ignoring the week-in-week-out reporting of local politics and municipal happenings that are the...
The Groton Council on Aging continues to offer services during this emergency. The COA van continues to take our senior residents to the grocery store. To ensure proper social distancing we limit the number of riders; however, we have not limited the number of trips. We will get you there. For...

The parking lot at the Groton Place on Long Hill Road is packed: need for automobile social distancing? 

 

Steve Lieman captures signs of the quarantine times at one of Groton's most popular walking spots, Groton Place on Long Hill Road--too popular for safe distancing between walkers and their dogs?
Girl Scouts began exploring new possibilities in March 1912. After 108 years we are still here, offering a helping hand and working together to improve our communities. During these uncertain times, the Nashaway Girl Scouts from Groton, Dunstable, Ayer, and Shirley are here to provide support and...

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Mailing Address
P.O. Box 610, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
 

Office
161 Main Street, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
[above Main Street Café]
 

Telephone: 978-448-6061
 

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