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Stephen Basile and his wife Suzanne (Santiano) with their three children at home in Groton. Courtesy photo.

   Stephen Basile is the Executive Vice President of Catania Oils and he and his wife Suzanne (Santiano) have lived in Groton since 2015. His wife had moved to Groton in the 90s when her dad, Rick Santiano, purchased Johnson's Drive-in from Norm Johnson. Stephen’s great grandfather, Giuseppe Basile...
*/ Troop 28 Scout Timothy Crandall of Dunstable was awarded his Eagle Scout at ceremonies held last weekend in the Dunstable Evangelical Congregational Church. With the help of his Eagle advisor Jim Shea, Tim’s Eagle Project was sealcoating a parking lot and painting a huge Checkerboard, two four...
*/ Minuteman Common is adorned with pine swags along the fence that surrounds the historic site where Groton farmers and their sons met to answer the call to muster to Concord during the Revolutionary War. Several years ago Groton Woman’s Club started this tradition to beautify the entrance to...
*/ Groton Garden Club members were treated to a discussion and demonstration of America’s favorite food – Chocolate. They learned about its history, how it is grown, harvested, processed and made into our favorite treats. Chocolate expert Betsy Grecoe (center) credited chocolate as one of the...
The November 17th meeting of the Groton Woman’s Club will be held at the Union Congregational Church, 218 Main Street in Groton. Following the luncheon at 11:30 a.m., a program honoring our veterans, military and first responders will take place. Robert Johnson, the Veterans’ Service Officer for...
Elizabeth Madeleine Anne Walsh, daughter of Madeleine and John Thomas Walsh of Groton was married in Kennebunkport, ME on August 5, 2017 to Timothy Matthew Lord, son of Sandra and Raymond Yeaton Lord, III of Virginia. The Reverend Peter Cheney performed the ceremony at St. Ann’s-by-the-Sea Church...
*/ On Sunday, Nov. 5th, Selectwomen Alison Manugian and Becky Pine accepted Fire Chief Steele McCurdy’s invitation to go into a burning building, and observe the Groton Fire Department at work.  Thanks to the donation of a house scheduled for demolition, Groton’s firefighters and EMTs were able...

Dan and Lannon Twomey are shown leaving the Cow Pond Fields in Groton with their three children, from left, Julia, Patrick and Elizabeth following their final games of the season on Saturday, Nov. 4.  Patrick, age 7, plays for grades 1/2 and Elizabeth, age 5, plays for Pre-K/K.  Another great season for Groton-Dunstable Youth Soccer comes to an end.  Photo by Nancy Ohringer.

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New Groton Fire Recruit Christopher Fisher.

*/ On Wednesday November 1, 2017 Groton Firefighter/EMT Christopher Fischer graduated from the Call/Volunteer Recruit Training program at the Massachusetts Fire Academy. This program puts firefighters through 240 hours of intense training in order to prepare them for the challenges of facing...
Planning for the Groton Woman’s Club’s Annual Greens Sale on December 2nd is well underway as members having worked throughout the summer to prepare beautiful clusters and ribbons to decorate the wonderful variety of wreaths that are always a sellout. Held at the Williams Barn on Saturday, December...

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