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I read with interest Michael LaTerz's article about Groton's role in World War I in the most recent issue of the Herald. Many of the aspects of that time period he touched upon have reams of source material written on them which we, the general public, will never have time and/or inclination to...
Ed Note: This letter is reprinted here to give context to the related story on the front page of this edition.   FROM: TOWN OF GROTON Affordable Housing Trust TO: Mr. Robert D. France, Manager, Mount Laurel Development, LLC April 6, 2017 Re: Boynton Meadows Project   Dear Mr. France...
Dear Editor: Groton Turtle Conservation would like to wholeheartedly thank the community and our town employees for helping to protect Groton’s wild turtle population.      We so appreciate the many efforts to move turtles out of harm’s way and to send us photos and observations. As turtles...
What Are Eligible Costs? Town Manager Mark Haddad said there is an impression that the state will provide 48 to 50 percent reimbursement of the cost for a new school, but that impression is misleading. The fifty percent cost share with the town is for ‘eligible costs’ only, not all costs. So,...
Ed Note: Below are Gus Widmayer’s lightly-edited remarks at the ribbon cutting for Kilbourn Place, former site of Donelans Market and Groton Hospital many years before that.        Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome! I appreciate you coming out today to mark the end of the design and...

At 11:11 on the 11th day of the 11th month, November, the Old Groton Meetinghouse Bell rang 11 times to salute the Veterans on the 101 anniversary of Armistice Day. Photo by Steve Lieman

 

At 11:11 on the 11th of November, the Old Groton Meetinghouse Bell rang 11 times to salute the Veterans on the 101 anniversary of Armistice Day. The bell has been saluting and honoring Veterans of all wars going back to the French and Indian War in 1755 - 1763.      The bell situated in its...
Thank you for publishing the article about the military’s role in cleaning up the Nashua River and creating the Petapawag Canoe Launch Site along the Nashua River in Groton.      It truly was an extraordinary thing that Devens did and a great tribute to veterans. Their help was totally...
I am writing in response to The Groton Herald article from October 24: “Lowell Rd. Murder Suspect Held Without Bail.” The article included details of the suspect’s alleged actions on Saturday, October 19, 2019, however, included little about Mary Fairbairn, our kind and caring neighbor, who was...
For the past 36 years, Loaves & Fishes has been providing nutritious food to our neighbors who are struggling to make ends meet. As an organization, we depend upon the generosity of the community—businesses, civic groups, houses of worship, schools, families and individuals—to provide food,...
This slipper was found in the Champney & Hollis Street area on Halloween night. Some little Trick or Treater has its mate.      The Groton Police Department is taking good care of this darling little slipper until claimed by its owner. They are going to hold off on a house-to-house search...

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