AYER NEWS
Ayer District Court swears-in three probation employees

AYER -- Three Ayer District Court Probation employees were sworn in before an audience of friends, family and colleagues at a courthouse ceremony on Friday, Oct. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
Swastikas, racist graffiti found at Bromfield School

HARVARD -- Police were notified Friday morning that a rock in front of The Bromfield School in Harvard was vandalized with swastikas and other offensive vandalism. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
Shirley selectmen file motion to block recall effort

Argue petition improperly issued by clerk
SHIRLEY -- A motion has been filed in Middlesex Superior Court to prevent the recall of two selectmen because they believe the recall petition was improperly issued by the town clerk. Full Story
 
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Children dressed as sheep will follow shepherds to Bethlehem

11/28/2016 01:47 PM EST
GROTON -- Looking for a great way to start the Christmas/Advent season with your kids? On Sunday afternoon, children dressed as sheep will join their parents (dressed as shepherds) and flock to "Bethlehem" to witness the birth of Jesus, as they participate in a dramatic re-telling of the Christmas story, acted and narrated by Shepherd of the 
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Groton-Dunstable Robotics team seeks mentors for 2017 competition
11/29/2016 11:37 AM EST - GROTON -- The Groton Dunstable High School Robotics team, fondly known as "The Robotomies," is gearing up for the 2017 FIRST Robotics FIRST Steamworks competitions for 2017. Full Story

Fire alarms credited with possibly saving lives in Groton fire
11/28/2016 10:58 AM EST - GROTON -- Fire Chief Steel McCurdy is crediting smoke alarms for rousing the sleeping occupants of an apartment that was damaged in a two-alarm fire early Sunday morning. Full Story

GDRHS alum to be published in The Marble Collection
11/25/2016 10:42 AM EST - BOSTON -- Mathilde Betant-Rassmussen's creative nonfiction piece "Because I am a Girl" was selected for publication in The Marble Collection: Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts, the only statewide print and online magazine of the arts featuring jury-selected artwork, photography, poetry and creative writing by students in grades 8 to Full Story

NRWA takes look at coyotes
11/21/2016 01:10 PM EST - GROTON -- The Nashua River Watershed Association will hold a free presentation "Becoming Wolf: The Eastern Coyote" on Dec. Full Story

Take a tour of Groton's homes on Saturday
11/18/2016 11:14 AM EST - GROTON -- Ever wanted to take a peek inside some of Groton's loveliest homes? Your chance is coming up! Full Story

New on the Gibbet Hill menu: Its own growth
11/11/2016 11:15 AM EST - GROTON -- Gibbet Hill Grill is growing. On Friday and Saturday, so many visit the bar and lounge, that they end up lining the stairway. Full Story

WWII veteran gets a surprise visit for Veterans Day
11/10/2016 05:57 PM EST - GROTON -- At 95, World War II veteran and former prisoner of war Constantine Spanos was likely the oldest person at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Thursday. Full Story

'Arsenic and Old Lace' takes stage at Groton-Dunstable this weekend
11/01/2016 02:46 PM EDT - GROTON -- Groton-Dunstable Regional High School presents "Arsenic and Old Lace," a comedy by Joseph Kesselring, on Friday at 7 p. Full Story

Old enough for opinions -- but not to vote
11/02/2016 04:44 PM EDT - GROTON -- Students at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School who attended one or both of two forums in the school's black box theater recently had an opportunity to hear two elected officials and a candidate talk about topics targeted to their age group: millennials. Full Story