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    Gifts of the

    Glaciers: Connecting communities
    06/01/2015 04:00 PM EDT
    GROTON -- "You could not design better ecological conditions for diversity. Groton has one of the most complex geologic systems anywhere," said geotechnical engineer Bob Pine when he spoke at the Connecting Communities Along Our Trails 2015 event, Sunday, May 31, at the Groton Town Hall. 
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    Egan: Remember the price paid for freedom
    05/29/2015 09:57 AM EDT - GROTON -- The town's luck held out on Memorial Day when blue skies and sunshine met residents as they lined the streets for the annual Memorial Day remembrance. Full Story

    AYER NEWS
    Devens: Tentative timeline

    on Jackson Road project
    DEVENS -- The contractor has begun staking out the limits of clearing and erosion control. Once he finishes we (MassDevelopment and DEC) will inspect and then they can begin cutting trees and installing haybales, silt fence, etc. Full Story
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    2015-2016 Agenda Books for sale for Grades 9-12 Middle-schoolers get a Bromfield agenda book each year to keep track of school assignments. Full Story
    SHIRLEY NEWS
    Shirley DTC elects delegates

    Courtesy photo/Sue Kennedy Shirley Democratic Town Committee members held their caucus on May 29. Members present were, standing, John Oelfke, Secretary Kendra Kratkiewicz, Charline Oelfke, Betty Keddy, and Ingrid Adam. Full Story
     
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    Gifts of the

    Glaciers: Connecting communities
    06/01/2015 04:00 PM EDT
    GROTON -- "You could not design better ecological conditions for diversity. Groton has one of the most complex geologic systems anywhere," said geotechnical engineer Bob Pine when he spoke at the Connecting Communities Along Our Trails 2015 event, Sunday, May 31, at the Groton Town Hall. 
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    GDRMS 2015 Scholar Leaders
    05/29/2015 09:58 AM EDT - GROTON -- Each year, the Groton-Dunstable Regional Middle School participates in the Massachusetts Middle Level Schools Scholar Leader Awards Program, selecting two students, one female and one male. Full Story

    GDEF outlines possible shut-down scenario
    05/29/2015 09:58 AM EDT - * New board members needed to continue operations * Over $40,000 in new grants awarded. Just after announcing its latest grant awards to district schools totaling $40,000, the Groton Dunstable Education Foundation told the School Committee last month that GDEF will suspend operations at the end of June 2016 due to a shortage of new volunteers Full Story

    GDEF to disband due to lack of help
    05/29/2015 07:32 AM EDT - GROTON -- With the first presentation of the evening, late last month, Groton-Dunstable Education Foundation (GDEF) member Bea Alice Loos reported on the status and success of the 2014 grants that were awarded by the nonprofit organization. Full Story

    GDRHS Top 10 seniors in the Class of 2015
    05/29/2015 10:00 AM EDT - JENNIFER FELLS Parents: Steven and Debra Fells of Groton. Awards: Student of the Month, October 2014; Excellence in AP Environmental Science Award 2014; Excellent Work Ethic Award 2014; Elizabeth Haskins Mathematics Contest 2013, third-place; Letter of Commendation for outstanding performance on the Preliminary SAT/National merit Scholarship Full Story

    Egan: Remember the price paid for freedom
    05/29/2015 09:57 AM EDT - GROTON -- The town's luck held out on Memorial Day when blue skies and sunshine met residents as they lined the streets for the annual Memorial Day remembrance. Full Story

    The Posting Board
    05/29/2015 07:31 AM EDT - Free Dinner, Live Music, and Good Company on May 29 All are welcome to the next Groton Community Dinners on Friday, May 29, at First Parish Church, intersection of Routes 40/119, in Groton. Full Story

    Killer seeks appeal in 2010 murder of Groton woman
    05/28/2015 07:03 PM EDT - WOBURN -- Robert Gulla rocked slightly in his seat, watching his appeals attorney argue that the 25-year-old former Shirley man deserves a new trial in his conviction for the 2010 brutal slaying of Allison Myrick. Full Story

    GDRSD strategy
    05/28/2015 11:23 AM EDT - GROTON -- Starting with a 10 percent staff satisfaction rate, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Katie Novak has set high goals in her mission to raise that rate at least eight times over. Full Story

    Voters re-elect Selectman Petropoulos; Manugian, Cronin, Sjoberg win school seats
    05/22/2015 09:53 AM EDT - GROTON -- While the seemingly endless infighting among town leaders prompted multiple candidates to run for the Board of Selectmen, David Gray, a resident of three years, cast his ballot Tuesday with just one thing on his mind: fiscal responsibility. Full Story

    Novice German driver unscathed after crash with British tank

    BERLIN (AP) — Police in western Germany say a novice driver escaped unharmed but her car was crushed after she inadvertently turned into the path of a convoy of British tanks. Full Story