• Ayer Shirley school aid rises $97G - 04/17/2014 02:09 PM EDT
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    Temple redesign removes key worry

    Blanding's turtles given safe passage
    04/18/2014 07:31 AM EDT
    GROTON -- Developers of a Hindu temple proposed for land located along the Littleton town line met with little opposition at a public hearing held by the Conservation Commission. 
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    Education Foundation awards schools $48G
    04/18/2014 07:31 AM EDT - As the Groton Dunstable Education Foundation celebrates its 10th anniversary of providing private funding for enrichment grants to all five district schools, it is pleased to announce it has awarded seven new grants totaling $41,459 in its spring cycle, bringing the total grants funded this school year to $48,190. Full Story

    AYER NEWS
    Hillman: Not afraid to ask tough questions

    AYER -- Selectman Christopher Hillman is not afraid to be the bad guy. Rounding up his first term -- shortened after the town voted to reduce the board to three members -- Hillman has headed a new property-enforcement initiative with a philosophy of addressing issues immediately. Full Story
    HARVARD NEWS
    'Our message is yes, you can'

    Father and son duo prepare for final Boston Marathon
    TOWNSEND -- The 2013 Boston Marathon was supposed to be the last for father-and-son team Dick and Rick Hoyt. Full Story
    SHIRLEY NEWS
    CURTAIN FALLS

    AYER -- Director Fran Betlyon opened the last production of the Ayer Shirley Regional High School musical "Footloose" with a stark announcement. Full Story
     
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    'Our message is yes, you can'

    Father and son duo prepare for final Boston Marathon
    04/18/2014 07:31 AM EDT
    TOWNSEND -- The 2013 Boston Marathon was supposed to be the last for father-and-son team Dick and Rick Hoyt. 
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    Got drugs?
    04/18/2014 07:31 AM EDT - The Groton Police Department will be participating in the National Take Back Initiative on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a. Full Story

    School board eyes measures to cut budget deficit
    04/18/2014 07:31 AM EDT - GROTON -- After a vote authorizing the town to pay for its new Center Fire Station using a debt exclusion, the Groton-Dunstable Regional School Committee worked on minor fiscal issues that nevertheless related to budgetary matters. Full Story

    Groton Historical Society
    04/18/2014 07:31 AM EDT - The Groton Historical Society will host a talk on Tuesday, April 29, at 7 p.m. at Legion Hall, 75 Hollis St. Full Story

    The Posting Board
    04/18/2014 07:31 AM EDT - Calendar Interpretive park ranger at woman's club April 18 The April meeting, which will also be the stated annual meeting, of the Groton Woman's Club, will be held on Friday, April 18, at the Union Congregational Church in Groton. Full Story

    Lauren Sullivan among performers earning Silver at State Festival
    04/18/2014 07:31 AM EDT - WORCESTER -- Worcester Academy's Advanced Chorus earned a Silver Medal at the 2014 Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association (MICCA) State Choral Festival. Full Story

    Temple redesign removes key worry
    04/18/2014 07:31 AM EDT - GROTON -- Developers of a Hindu temple proposed for land located along the Littleton town line met with little opposition at a public hearing held by the Conservation Commission. Full Story

    This opera singer treated Paris commuters to a surprise performance

    At times, opera singer Christophe Ménager likes to treat commuters in the Paris metro to a performance. In this comedic piece of opera, he clearly enjoys singing to passers-by. Full Story
    Gmail makes sending mobile photos easier

    Now, you can insert an assortment of pictures or photo albums directly into email, resize them within the message and make sharing with friends and family less of a time-consuming process overall. Full Story
    'Bears': Survival is the bare necessity (review)

    Wildlife documentary pros Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey follow their well-established format of anthropomorphizing animals with human names, motivations and emotions, while still providing educational information and visuals so stunning, you'll wonder how they were shot. Full Story