Town having no success

in filling Park Comm. seat
07/23/2015 12:20 PM EDT
GROTON -- Prepared to appoint a new member to the Park Commission to fill a vacancy, selectmen were frustrated Monday night in the attempt when they learned that there were no applicants for the open position. 
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Groton's Ian Peterson takes steps to reduce 'footprints'
07/17/2015 11:29 AM EDT - By Hiroko Sato MediaNews GROTON -- Ian Peterson was ready to ski with his family this past February, but they were greeted by 60-degree temperatures when they arrived in Park City, Utah. Full Story

AYER NEWS
Museum passes available at Library

Reserving Museum Passes The library offers passes for free or reduced admission to many New England museums. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
Harvard public safety log

MONDAY, JULY 6 AM 0432 motor-vehicle accident, with injury, Route 2 West. PM 108 motor-vehicle stop, citation/written warning, Mass Ave. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
New police officer sworn in

SHIRLEY -- Selectmen on Monday night appointed Matthew Euliano to a full-time patrol officer's position on the Police Department they had tried to fill for some time. Full Story
 
MOST RECENT
Puerto Rico or bust!

Groton Scouts fund raising toward 2016 trip of cultural immersion
07/24/2015 07:33 AM EDT
GROTON -- Boosted by the success of a recent car wash fundraiser, Girl Scout Troop 66530 is confident that they will meet their goal of earning enough money to pay for a long cherished dream of immersing themselves in the culture of Puerto Rico. 
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'No regular day!' at Senior Center
07/24/2015 07:33 AM EDT - By Hadley Callaway, Groton School Student Contributor GROTON -- Yellow balloons, yellow floral pins and yellow plateware filled the Groton Country Club with color. Full Story

Check it out at Groton Public Library
07/24/2015 07:33 AM EDT - GROTON -- Have you been in to see our wonderful art exhibit yet? Shown in Sibley Hall, "Bridge: Inspirations from the Nashua River and Fitch's Bridge," will be on view through Aug. Full Story

Groton police log
07/24/2015 07:33 AM EDT - MONDAY, JULY 6 AM 0817 motor-vehicle stop, citation/warning issued, Chicopee Row; 0822 motor-vehicle stop, citation/warning issued, Cherry Tree Lane; 0842 motor-vehicle stop, verbal warning issued, Longley Road; 0909 motor-vehicle stop, citation/warning issued, Chicopee Row; 0923 motor-vehicle crash, no injury, Hollis Street. Full Story

The Posting Board
07/24/2015 07:32 AM EDT - Free dinner, live music, and good company on Friday, July 31 Please join us for the next Groton Community Dinners on Friday, July 31. Full Story

Meals tax may add $100,000 to town coffers
07/24/2015 07:32 AM EDT - GROTON -- As they met Monday night, the Board of Selectmen learned from town manager Mark Haddad that so far, the town's new meals tax is on track to add $100,000 to the town's coffers by the end of the year. Full Story

Town having no success
07/23/2015 12:20 PM EDT - GROTON -- Prepared to appoint a new member to the Park Commission to fill a vacancy, selectmen were frustrated Monday night in the attempt when they learned that there were no applicants for the open position. Full Story

Groton's Ian Peterson takes steps to reduce 'footprints'
07/17/2015 11:29 AM EDT - By Hiroko Sato MediaNews GROTON -- Ian Peterson was ready to ski with his family this past February, but they were greeted by 60-degree temperatures when they arrived in Park City, Utah. Full Story

Local teens team up for 'A Midsummer Night 's Dream'
07/17/2015 11:31 AM EDT - SHIRLEY -- Retaining a long-standing tradition while keeping themselves busy and their acting skills sharp over the hot summer months, a group of local thespians plans a pair of performances of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream in the Shirley Center Historic District. Full Story

Best uses for Prescott may face fall voters
07/17/2015 07:33 AM EDT - GROTON -- Greg Sheldon, chairman of the Municipal Building Committee for Prescott School, gave selectmen an update last week on the group's progress. Full Story

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Judge to consider fate of convent Katy Perry wants to buy

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge is scheduled to hear arguments Thursday about whether the Catholic archbishop of Los Angeles can sell a hilltop convent overlooking Hollywood to pop singer Katy Perry. Full Story
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Is Ben Affleck dating kids' nanny?

The actor's reps deny a report that he started to get close with his kids' 28-year-old nanny during his separation from Jennifer Garner.