iCan Shine a 'dream come true'

04/24/2015 11:27 AM EDT
GROTON -- Most people take learning to ride a bike and the freedom of mobility that comes with it for granted. 
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School Committee
04/23/2015 10:51 AM EDT - By Hiroko Sato MediaNews GROTON -- Angela Donahue, Peter Cronin and Marlena Gilbert say drawn-out teacher contract negotiations and last year's major school-budget shortfall prove a lack of leadership on the part of the School Committee. Full Story

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New football coach part of rebuilding process

SHIRLEY -- When Ayer Shirley Regional High School Athletic Director Jon Sweeney introduced Philip Marchengiani to the ASRSD School Committee last week, he stressed that hiring the new head football coach was a substantial step forward in the "rebuilding" process. Full Story
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Celebrate spring with a hike

on Holy Hill
Celebrate spring with a Holy Hill Walk on Sunday. Harvard Conservation Commission's Land Stewardship Subcommittee is leading a hike on Sunday, Apr. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
New football coach part of rebuilding process

SHIRLEY -- When Ayer Shirley Regional High School Athletic Director Jon Sweeney introduced Philip Marchengiani to the ASRSD School Committee last week, he stressed that hiring the new head football coach was a substantial step forward in the "rebuilding" process. Full Story
 
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GD Robotics team 2015 season wrap-up
04/24/2015 11:28 AM EDT - By Ginger Vollmar For GDRHS Robotics Team The Groton Dunstable High School Robotics team, known as "The Robotomies," has completed the FIRST Robotics "Recycle Rush" competitions for 2015. Full Story

Petropoulos to focus on transparency, process, value
04/24/2015 12:16 PM EDT - GROTON -- Board of Selectmen incumbent Jack Petropoulos has his sights set on serving a second three-year-term so that he can see through efforts to increase transparency and improve the processes of local government. Full Story

German exchange student needs host
04/24/2015 07:32 AM EDT - A German international F-1 boy needs a host family so he can attend Groton-Dunstable high school next year. Full Story

The Posting Board
04/24/2015 07:32 AM EDT - BRIEF Got shredding? On Saturday, June 20, the Friends of the Groton Elders are again sponsoring a FREE shredding event. Full Story

School Committee
04/23/2015 10:51 AM EDT - By Hiroko Sato MediaNews GROTON -- Angela Donahue, Peter Cronin and Marlena Gilbert say drawn-out teacher contract negotiations and last year's major school-budget shortfall prove a lack of leadership on the part of the School Committee. Full Story

Eat For Life Festival and Forum May 9, 10
04/21/2015 12:05 PM EDT - GROTON -- Combining healthy food, good cheer and community service, local residents have teamed up to produce Groton Community Dinners (GCD) allowing folks from all walks of life to get together every month for dinner. Full Story

'Soldier, engraver, forger' at May 5 Groton Historical Society
04/17/2015 11:12 AM EDT - GROTON -- The Groton Historical Society will sponsor a talk by Deborah M. Child titled "A Stranger in our Midst -- Richard Brunton, Soldier, Engraver, Forger," on Tuesday, May 5, at 7 p. Full Story

Groton police and Fire Departments conducting car-seat checkpoint
04/17/2015 07:31 AM EDT - How safe is your precious cargo? Please join Officer Omar Connor of the Groton Police Department and Firefighter/EMS Paul McBrearty of the Groton Fire Department as they host a Child Car-Seat checkpoint on April 18 at the Groton Fire Department from 10 a. Full Story

Celebrate Earth Day May 2, 3
04/17/2015 07:33 AM EDT - Join Groton Grange #7 and Friends of the Trees for the Annual Town Wide Litter Clean Up. Pick up trash and plant a tree on Saturday, May 2, 9 a. Full Story

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Residents help guide geese out of downtown Montana city

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — It was no gaggle of geese, but two birds and a baby waddling through a downtown Montana city stopped traffic and brought out the shutterbugs. Full Story
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Bruce Jenner: My brain is more female than male

NEW YORK (AP) — Former Olympic champion Bruce Jenner told the world that "for all intents and purposes, I am a woman" in an extraordinary television interview aired Friday about gender confusion he first felt as a youngster trying on his mother's and sister's dresses. Full Story