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To The Editor,   This is kind of an odd time to be alive in this country. There are some good things going on. The economy is booming. The stock market is doing well.    Unemployment is at its lowest in years, and more jobs are being created every month. While admittedly there is a large foreign...
 Thanks to quick action, the lost tortoise was rescued from the middle of Chicopee Row, a half mile from the original sighting. The tortoise is safe at home after first being seen, lost on Chicopee Row, two weeks ago!    Thank you to all who helped look for her and who spread the word about her...
Dear Editor,     A Boy Scout Eagle Project has been planned to upgrade and do maintenance work at the Cow Pond soccer fields.  Thomas Wong, who will be entering his sophomore year at GDRHS, has created a plan and is preparing to implement work on repairing and painting the kick wall as well as much...
Dear Editor,    On Wednesday, June 12, 2019 the Groton Police Association in partnership with the Groton Fire Department/EMS and Groton Council on Aging hosted its annual Senior Citizen’s Picnic at the Groton Country Club.      I would like to thank the following people who worked so hard to...
Dear Editor,    Throughout my life I have been present with family and friends during one of the most vulnerable times of their lives, that is, when they are terminally ill. I have helplessly witnessed their suffering and wished there was a humane solution to bring them peace.    I have heard...

Amy Degen, chair of Nashoba Valley Hadassah with PAVE (Providing Academic and Vocational Experience) students at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School.

Dear Editor,     I would like to thank the PAVE (Providing Academic and Vocational Experience) students at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School for their community service helping Nashoba Valley Hadassah fill 400+ folders with over 4000 pieces of health literature for its CHECK IT OUT® program. ...
To the Editor,    The United States has the best-educated doctors, nurses, and medical technicians on earth. We have the best-equipped hospitals. Our laboratories lead in medical research. Wealthy people from all over the world come here for care. And yet, in category after category, the U.S. ranks...
To the Editor:    The Williams Barn Committee would like to thank all the volunteers who took part in the annual third grade field trip to the Williams Barn and the Sawtell Schoolhouse on Chicopee Row.       On June 4 and 5, students from Florence Roche Elementary School began with a visit to the...
Dear Editor:    On behalf of the members of Laurence W. Gay Post 55 of the American Legion, I would like to extend our thanks to all who were part of Groton’s Memorial Day parade this year.    We extend our special thanks to our Grand Marshall, First Lieutenant Tyler Sullivan, Officer in Charge of...
Thank you, thank you Groton!    Thank you to all my friends and supporters of this great Town!  I am truly humbled and overwhelmed by the significant show of support by the voters to elect me to the Select Board.      Compliments to Jack Petropoulos and Brooks Lyman for continuing to step up and...

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