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Pictured left to right - Babs Dasilva and Linda Crocco.

Photo by Paul Lemieux

   Nashoba Valley Artists Guild is excited to announce their recent art installation “Abstracts” which is now showing at Forge & Vine in Groton and will be displayed until June 10, 2024. The accomplished artists whose works are featured are Linda Crocco, Babs Dasilva, Peg McWade, and Kimberly...

Greg Sheldon, Destination Groton Committee Member.

Photo by Steve Lieman

by Barbara Scofidio     An April 12 meeting at The Groton Inn presented by the Groton Business Association & Destination Groton brought together town leaders and local business owners to discuss potential economic development strategies and opportunities for the town. Two strong themes emerged...
[Ed. Note: The Groton Herald sent two questions to the two candidates for election to the Select Board, Peter Cunningham and Guy Alberghini. The first was a brief background of the candidate’s history of participation in town government and other local groups. The second question asked candidates...
  First-term State Representative Margaret Scarsdale who represents Groton and five other communities in the First Middlesex District announced this week that she is officially on the ballot for the State Primary Election in September. Scarsdale was the first Democrat to win election as State...
Despite Complaints, Water Commissioners Believe New Charge Will Sustain Operations at Water Department by Robert Stewart     As yet another round of rain promises to dampen this weekend, Groton and the North Central Massachusetts area will add another rain event – although less impactful and on the...
by Kate Norrish On April 21, Groton Hill Music Center will host a “very dramatic” musical event, the New England premiere of a work entitled “Far Past War”, performed by the Nashoba Valley Chorale led by Conductor and Music Director Anne Watson-Born. The contemporary piece was composed by Augusta...
    Town Manager Mark Haddad addressed questions that were raised as a result of the March 26 Town Meeting and its eventual dissolution. The meeting was dissolved by Town Moderator Jason Kauppi after he received word from Fire Chief Steele McCurdy and the Building Inspector that the number of...
   With Groton’s Senator John Cronin voting against the bill, Senate 12-27, rejected an amendment that would require the state take into account an individual’s length of residency in Massachusetts when determining priority in securing emergency shelter.    “While this amendment is not a residency...
   Voters in Groton sent a strong message to town leaders when they voted overwhelmingly to defeat an override of Proposition 2 ½ requested by town officials to fund the town’s operating budget for fiscal year 2025. With only one referendum question on the ballot at Special Election on April 2,...

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