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Indian Hill Music was scheduled to present a much-anticipated overview of Economic Development potential for Groton and the area as a result of their proposed IHM facility at the December 11 meeting of Board of Selectmen, but as their appointed time passed, they were no shows to the meeting....
On December 8, Alan Hoch of 106 Peabody Street filed a second OML complaint, alleging that Town Manager Mark Haddad violated Open Meeting Law [OML] by acting as a conduit for an unlawful deliberation of the Groton Board of Selectmen when they met on October 10 and October 23 in executive session to...
Selectman Barry Pease urged his colleagues to reconsider the vote they took at last week’s Board meeting to forward an Open Meeting Law violation filed by resident Alan Hoch to the Attorney General’s office without the Board taking a position on whether or not they believed that they had violated...
As required by state law, Selectmen discussed the Open Meeting Law violation complaint of Alan Hoch of 106 Peabody Street at a public hearing during their December 4 meeting. Selectmen have 14 business days from the date of receipt of the complaint to meet to review the allegations. Since Mr. Hoch...

Groton Police Officer Candow escorts 22-year-old Orion Krause into Ayer District court for his arraignment on Sept. 11, 2017. Krause is charged with four counts of murder in the slayings of his mother, his grandparents and his grandparents’ caretaker. Photo by Melissa Hanson. Reprinted by permission of MassLive.

*/ [Groton Herald: The following story [with minor contextual edits] is reprinted by permission of Courier-Gazette, Rockland, Maine, est. 1846. Some of the material in this story was reported in major regional media, but much of it was not. The story is based on the transcript of a call made to...
*/ Late fall aerial view shows the new Groton Inn construction progress on Main Street in town center, along with the foundation now under way for its new restaurant. The new inn is on the site of the Old Groton Inn which burned down several years ago. The inn is next door to Boynton Meadows...
On November 22 Alan Hoch of 106 Peabody Street filed a complaint with the Groton Board of Selectmen and with the Town Clerk naming the Groton Board of Selectmen and each of its five members individually for violating the Open Meeting Law. He also filed a copy of the complaint with Groton’s Town...
*/     At Fall Town Meeting DPW Supervisor Tom Delaney spoke in support of a simple $100 fine to remedy a frustrating problem, a problem plaguing Groton’s DPW for many long winters. After DPW crews work all night to clean Groton streets after a snowstorm, some plowing contractors push snow “right...

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