The weathered historic sign on the front of the Old Meeting House, a sign resting right above the main entry of the Old Meeting House for as long as anyone can remember, was replaced last week. John Brooks of Fine Furniture, 248 Main Street, Groton created a close to exact replica of the original sign, matching the style, look, dimensions and mouldings of the weathered original it replaces.
by Robert Stewart
On July 17 Groton School purchased the 1.98 acre property at 154 Farmers Row known as Sunset Farm for $1,185,000 with an assessed value of $761,200. The property was being operated as an occasional Bed and Breakfast and with Events in the barn along with additional space provided by a tent set up for these events.
by Russell Harris
Twenty-nine Groton residents will be among more than 6,700 riders cycling up to 192 miles in the 40th Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) on August 3 and 4, with the goal of raising $60 million for cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
by Nancy Cicco
Eggshells can enhance the growth of new, strong bones needed in medical procedures, a team of UMass Lowell researchers has discovered.
On Monday evening July 8, we were privileged to be part of the largest gathering of Groton residents to ever assemble at Town Field. By the time Earl Carter’s Cannon fired to commence the Fireworks, several thousand of you were in place on the hillside.
Professor Sal A. Mander answers questions about wetlands.
Do you need to file with the Conservation Commission before starting your dream project? Here are answers to that and other common questions we get at the Conservation Commission office.