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Groton Herald:  Why are you running for Select Board? John Reilly:    I have lived in Groton for the past six years and have developed an immense compassion and fondness for this community and the people of it through my activities around town. I have always paid attention to the issues and the...
 The Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company (MMWEC), the joint action agency for municipal utilities in Massachusetts, is partnering with the state Department of Energy Resources (DOER) in offering a new solar incentive program for customers of municipal utilities.     MMWEC staff...
by Bob Katzen, Beacon Hill Roll Call      The Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight held a hearing on legislation making “Roadrunner” the official rock song of the commonwealth. Natick native Jonathan Richman led the group Modern Lovers who sang the tune as a 1970s ode to the...
The Groton Herald prepares questions for candidates in contested races in town of Groton elections. At this year’s May 21 town election the only contested race is for two open seats on the Select Board. There are four candidates: Incumbent Josh Degen and challengers Brooks Lyman, Jack Petropoulos...
Groton Herald: Why are you running for Select Board? Brooks Lyman:  To be a voice for fiscal responsibility and common sense. To support the town’s truly essential departments: Fire Department, Police Department, Public Works Department, which have been the victims of short-sighted fiscal and...
Groton Herald:  Why are you running for Select Board? Josh Degen:     I am running for re-election to continue to offer my services to the citizen’s of Groton. Serving our community as we navigate the challenges of growth is something that I both understand and enjoy. Groton Herald: Starting next...
Candidates Night, sponsored by the Democratic Town Committee, is set for Tuesday, May 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center. Robert Gosselin will be moderator. This is an opportunity for voters to question candidates running for town government offices. Election Day is Tuesday, May 21.  */
For the past two years, members of the Groton History Center, working with the Groton Business Association (GBA), have been steadily implementing a design plan to landscape the back of the Boutwell property. Lorayne Black and Bob Pine have created a plan which incorporates 34 trees, 96 shrubs, a...
The Groton Herald prepares questions for candidates in contested races. At this year’s May 21 town election the only contested race is for two open seats on the Select Board. There are four candidates: Josh Degen, Brooks Lyman, Jack Petropoulos and John Reilly. All have received the same questions...
Mass Audubon’s annual Bird-a-thon fundraiser will take place Friday and Saturday, May 10-11, when hundreds of birders of all abilities will compete to ID the most species statewide over a 24-hour period. From that Friday at 6 p.m. until Saturday at 6 p.m., two dozen teams will fan out across the...

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