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    As the Groton Garden Club celebrates its 100-year anniversary in 2023, we are looking back at the club’s projects and activities through the years. A prior article (see The Groton Herald, Nov. 24 issue) covered the early years, and this article showcases the more recent work of the club. Today...
Gun Legislation – The Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee held a hearing on several bills dealing with guns including these three: Ghost Guns (S 1496) – Would make ghost guns illegal in Massachusetts. Sponsor Sen. Cindy Creem (D-Newton) explains that ghost guns are unfinished firearms...

The historic Waters house sits at the corner of Main Street and Route 40 between the Groton Inn and First Parish Church. Photo by Steve Lieman.

by Joshua Vollmar    One of the significant historic houses that graces Main Street is the Waters House, sitting at the crest of the hill at the corner of Route 40 and Route 119, between the Groton Inn and the First Parish Church. Today, this French Second Empire Style villa is being reinvented as...
Doxing (S 1116, H 1707 and S 971)     The Judiciary Committee held a hearing on several bills that would make doxing illegal in Massachusetts. One of the measures defines doxing as “the knowing disclosure of personal identifying information of a person without that person’s consent that is intended...
by Connie Sartini  At the Select Board’s Nov. 20 meeting, Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board, “In another effort to find efficiencies and cost savings in the FY 2025 budget, I have been examining our membership with the Minuteman Nashoba Health Group (MNHG). As you know, the Town has...
by Connie Sartini  At the Select Board’s Nov. 20 meeting, Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board, “In another effort to find efficiencies and cost savings in the FY 2025 budget, I have been examining our membership with the Minuteman Nashoba Health Group (MNHG). As you know, the Town has...
by Connie Sartini  At the Select Board’s Nov. 20 meeting, Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board, “In another effort to find efficiencies and cost savings in the FY 2025 budget, I have been examining our membership with the Minuteman Nashoba Health Group (MNHG). As you know, the Town has...
by Connie Sartini  At the Select Board’s Nov. 20 meeting, Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board, “In another effort to find efficiencies and cost savings in the FY 2025 budget, I have been examining our membership with the Minuteman Nashoba Health Group (MNHG). As you know, the Town has...
by Connie Sartini  At the Select Board’s Nov. 20 meeting, Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board, “In another effort to find efficiencies and cost savings in the FY 2025 budget, I have been examining our membership with the Minuteman Nashoba Health Group (MNHG). As you know, the Town has...
by Connie Sartini  At the Select Board’s Nov. 20 meeting, Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board, “In another effort to find efficiencies and cost savings in the FY 2025 budget, I have been examining our membership with the Minuteman Nashoba Health Group (MNHG). As you know, the Town has...

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