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Groton’s Annual Fireworks Festival will be held at Town Field (behind the Library) on Monday, July 8, 2019. Activities, Food, Fun, Music and Entertainment begin at 6PM.
by Connie Sartini      Renewal of Town Manager Mark Haddad’s contract for three-years was unanimously approved by the Select Board. This is Haddad’s fifth contract with the town and includes a three percent increase in year one, a two percent increase in year two and a two percent increase in year...
 The Groton Select Board voted unanimously to approve a new three-year contract for Fire Chief Steele McCurdy.    In the first year, July 1, 2019, to June 30 2020, the salary is set at $125K plus a $4K stipend as Emergency Director. The Emergency Director Stipend must be approved at Fall Town...
by Bob Katzen, BHR    The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has awarded a two-year $700,000 grant to UTEC Inc. of Lowell to establish a Gun Violence Prevention Training Center for Excellence to address gun violence through both a public health and racial equity lens. According to...
Town Manager Haddad reported that the Fire Department is in the first of several rounds of interviews with candidates for the two new fulltime Firefighter/EMT positions approved at Spring Town Meeting. There are three internal candidates and 49 external candidates.    The two Firefighter/EMT...
Groton Police Dept posted the following Advisory.   We're aware of skimmers found at a Lunenburg gas station.Here are four ways to help protect yourself from skimmers. • Consider whether the station you’re filling up at is a likely target for thieves. For instance, it may not have security cameras...
To The Editor,   On June 8th, a large, non-native tortoise was seen crossing Chicopee Row, between # 291 and #248, heading East. This tortoise may be a lost pet, but most likely it has been abandoned.     This native of Venezuela loves vegetables and fruit. The cold of winter will be fatal for the...
Due to a reporting error, the estimated total cost of the Florence Roche Building Project was incorrectly stated in a story which appeared in the May 31 issue. In the story, it was reported that the cost of the project to replace Florence Roche School is estimated to be between $25 and $30 million...
Sen. Ed Kennedy will be available to meet with constituents during office hours in Groton this month: Thursday June 13 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Groton Town Hall, First Floor Conference Room, 173 Main St. No appointments are necessary. Stop in to say hello or discuss issues and concerns with Sen. Kennedy...

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