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by Connie Sartini   Chief of Police Michael Luth updated the Select Board at their Monday virtual meeting on the status of the offensive graffiti that was found around town, including at the Groton Country Club Shed and on other signs and roadways in Groton. Following an intensive...

Bane, Groton Police K-9 Officer, and handler Officer Greg Steward searched for clues of the perpetrators near site of racist, anti-Black graffiti. 

 

Marches for Social Justice, Racist Graffiti, Stamp Their Mark on Small Town Groton.   by Robert Stewart     The cries for social justice shouted by hundreds of thousands of marchers and protesters around the country has found a voice in Groton during this month and that voice for change...
by Russell Harris   As our town and our economy become increasingly dependent on electricity, Groton Electric Light Department is not resting on its sterling reputation for low prices, short, infrequent power outages and supplying low-carbon electricity.      Instead, the three-person Board...
Last summer Massachusetts saw a resurgence of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), with more than two hundred communities designated as moderate to critical risk by the Department of Public Health (DPH). The virus, spread through the bite of an infected mosquito, can impact - and, rarely, kill -...
by Bob Katzen, Beacon Hill Register   The Massachusetts Senate voted 40-0, approving a bill that would provide registered voters three options to cast a ballot in the September 1 primary and November 3 general election including extended early voting periods, voting in-person on Election Day...
Groton Police answered 754 calls for service during the second week of June.      There were 3 car crashes this week; 1 was a car vs. deer, sadly the deer did not make it, but the operator was unharmed. One was a single car crash clipping a parked car. The last crash was a 2-car crash where 1...

Framed by the Anmerican flag, Community Preservation Committee Member Anna Eliot spoke at the historic outdoor Town Meeting in opposition to installing fire suppression and alarm systems in Prescott School using Community Preservation funds. Photo by Steve Liema

 

With the Covid-19 directives from the state and the resulting requirement for social distancing and a ban on large gatherings, Groton town officials were faced with a significant challenge to get the town’s operating budget approved by voters before July 1, 2020.      Based on the...
Select Board Chair      As is tradition following a town election, the Select Board reorganized and elected a Chair. At their Monday evening virtual meeting, the Select Board voted to have current Groton Select Board Chair Alison Manugian serve another term as Chair. Town Hall Opening: Town...
A rapid test to diagnose COVID-19 is being developed by a team of UMass Lowell researchers in the university's Mark and Elisia Saab Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center.     The new rapid test could be used at home by consumers or in health care settings.      The researchers – Gulden...
Groton Police answered 778 calls for service during the week of June 1st. There were 4 car crashes this week, all were single car crashes. Officers investigated 3 motor vehicle complaints, and 10 recreational vehicle complaints. Three parking tickets were issued and 24 vehicles were stopped for...

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