by Connie Sartini
Some of the many residents honoring the sacred dead and keeping our heritage alive through Groton’s Memorial Day parade and rememberance. Bob Johnson [above center foreground in white shirt] deserves our praise and thanks for keeping Groton’s Memorial Day parade going through the years. Thank you, Bob. Photo by Russell Harris
Elected officials stepping out in style at Groton’s Memorial Day Parade: From left to right: State Senator Ed Kennedy, State Representative Sheila Harrington, Members of the Select Board: Becky Pine, John Giger and John Reilly. Photo by Steve Lieman
by Russell Harris,
by Bob Katzen,
Massachusetts Legislature is considering repealing punitive student loan legislation, approving civics education funding, and protecting non-profits from terrorist attacks and hate crimes.
Punitive Student Loan Legislation Could Be Repealed
Thank you, thank you Groton!
Thank you to all my friends and supporters of this great Town! I am truly humbled and overwhelmed by the significant show of support by the voters to elect me to the Select Board.
To The Editor,
Josh Degen was reelected to his sixth term to the Select Board, NOT his fourth term as reported in last week’s edition of this newspaper.
by Robert Stewart,