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Dear Editor:    This May 21, we have an opportunity to return Town-focused, common sense thinking to the Select Board by electing John Reilly.      We are extremely fortunate to have a candidate who has dedicated his life to the service of the community, dealing with the public on a daily basis....
To the Editor:    As our School Community is aware, the District conducted an independent audit of every department in search of efficiencies to reallocate funding to our students’ academic needs. The School Committee is now in the final stages of reviewing recommendations, exploring outsourcing...
Dear Editor:    An inordinate amount of time has been spent on the Task Force report concerning the additional Firemen/EMTs.  Many questions have been brought concerning the data and statistics and their accuracies. Frustration has surmounted by many especially the Firemen/EMTs and the public...
Dear Editor:    A recent article that appeared in the Lowell Sun was about an effort in Chelmsford to identify those residents who served in Vietnam and create a memorial or marker to honor them by name. I applaud their efforts.    I am honored and blessed to be able to visit Groton’s own Sawyer...
Dear Editor,    The Groton History Center’s wine tasting on March 16 at the Schoolhouse at Groton School was deemed a great success in all regards. The weather was perfect; the venue was beautifully adorned with attractive flower arrangements designed by members of the Groton Garden Club and...
To the Editor,    When I read Select Board Member Pine’s Letter to the Editor: “For The Record: I Sincerely Regret My Error” (see March 22 Letters to the Editor), the first thing that struck me was the example that she set for the kind of honesty and humility that we should expect from our public...
To The Editor,    I was horrified to read in last week's paper that St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Ayer suffered the desecration of its religious sanctuary at the hands of vandals.  It marks a sad day in our community.  I almost find myself hoping that this was the senseless act of some misguided...

Little turtles face big hurdles when they emerge from their nests in the often winter-like New England spring.

To The Editor,    Around April Fools Day, you may be surprised to find a tiny turtle hatchling warming on your driveway or road edge! Don’t be fooled! They ARE really there in chilly temps and often snowy weather! Tough times for cold-blooded turtles that need warm sunshine to survive!    Smaller...
Dear Editor,     Friends of Prescott would like to thank the Select Board for approving our Business Plan.  We appreciate the Board’s feedback on opportunities for evolving and strengthening our plan and will continue to adjust it.  This will  expand the usage of the building and  will result in...
   To the Editor,    The March 15 edition of the Groton Herald had a Letter to the Editor encouraging GELD to become a “Clean Energy Leader”. If anybody in town had any doubts about this, I am proudly informing you that GELD is and has been a clean energy leader.    It is very important to define...

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