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by Connie Sartini   Developer Routhier & Roper of Gratuity Road LLC met with the Planning Board well over a year ago to view and discuss a conceptual plan of a proposed 40B development which includes two buildings each containing 45 units at 63 Gratuity Road.      Among other things,...
Ed Note: This is the first part of a two-part story reporting on a meeting held by the Community Preservation Committee and the Affordable Housing Trust on October 28 to discuss and evaluate the loss of more than $400,000 of town funds on the Boynton Meadows development. This first part of this...
Capital Planning Committee      Town Manager Mark Haddad advised that the Capital Planning Advisory Committee held its first meeting and member Steve Lane was selected to serve as Chairman.      The Committee also amended their charge to address the issue of a potential conflict of interest,...
The State Senate including Groton’s state Senator Edward Kennedy voted 40-0 to approve and send to the House the PACT Act aimed at addressing the high and rapidly increasing costs of prescription drugs in the Bay State.      A key provision provides immediate price relief for insulin used by...
The Massachusetts House gave initial approval to a bill--INCREASE FINES FOR JAYWALKING (H 4181)--that would increase the current fine for jaywalking which is $1 for the first three offenses and $2 for the fourth and subsequent offenses. The bill would increase the fine to $25 for the first...

The Legion Hall Memorial Cannon. It was a state-of the-art French design at the time. See details in the accompanying article.

 

by Michael LaTerz   It was called the Great War before we knew we had to number them. World War 1 began in 1914 in the old world, far away. For the most part, the people of the U.S. wanted none of it.      By 1917, Germany was gaining the upper hand. The war was brought to America with...
by Connie Sartini   To assist residents concerned with elevated manganese levels discovered in the municipal water system and with particular concern for infants under 12 months of age, Groton Water Department Superintendent Thomas Orcutt announced that filtered water will now be available...
by Connie Sartini   The following letter was sent to Parents and Members of the Groton Dunstable Regional School District Community last week by Superintendent of Schools Laura S. Chesson, Ed. D.      “I am writing to inform you that on the morning of November 6, 2019, the District was...

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