Her crocheted critters carry love wherever they go

03/13/2017 02:45 PM EDT
GROTON -- Fay McLean likes to keep busy. "You have to do something that gives you joy," the 86-year-old said. 
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Groton board rejects resolution to ignore immigration exec order
03/08/2017 07:31 AM EST - GROTON -- A resolution to prevent the Police Department from enforcing the president's executive order on immigration was rejected by selectmen before it could get to Town Meeting floor. Full Story

AYER NEWS
Capital items requested for 2018 Ayer budget

By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashobavalleyvoice.com AYER --Voters will get to decide if the town should fund four big-ticket items through a debt exclusion. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
Harvard Library will host Gloss talk on rare books

HARVARD -- Kenneth Gloss, proprietor of the internationally known Brattle Book Shop in Boston's Downtown Crossing section, will give a free and open talk February 28, at 7 p. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
A SHAARP weapon against addiction

SHIRLEY -- After their son Travis died of a heroin overdose in 2014, Mary Ann and Gary Prince channeled grief into action, forming the nucleus of SHAARP, a grass-roots coalition whose mission is to raise awareness about the drug epidemic that claimed their son's life and ultimately, to stop it. Full Story
 
MOST RECENT
Election races shaping up in Groton

03/21/2017 11:22 AM EDT
By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashobavalleyvoice.com GROTON -- Not everyone has returned nomination papers for the May 16 local elections, but several races are taking shape. 
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ArtsNashoba presents 'Anne of Green Gables'
03/20/2017 03:14 PM EDT - GROTON -- ArtsNashoba will be presenting "Anne of Green Gables," the classic tale of an 11-year-old orphan girl who rises from destitution to happiness in the farm country entirely by virtue of her pluck and personality. Full Story

Groton adds 1-year school seat to ballot
03/17/2017 09:58 AM EDT - By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashobavalleyvoice.com GROTON -- A one-year seat for the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District Committee was added to the ballot for the unexpired term of Alison Manugian. Full Story

Textile drive continues in Groton
03/16/2017 10:34 AM EDT - GROTON -- Clothes, curtains, shoes, stuffed animals, service. This past Saturday, a small group of volunteers braved the extreme cold as they worked diligently behind the Prescott School collecting textile donations dropped off by residents of the greater Groton area. Full Story

Her crocheted critters carry love wherever they go
03/13/2017 02:45 PM EDT - GROTON -- Fay McLean likes to keep busy. "You have to do something that gives you joy," the 86-year-old said. Full Story

Groton teen needs help with Eagle Scout project
03/10/2017 12:11 PM EST - GROTON -- Spring cleaning? Did you know that nearly all of your textiles, regardless of condition, can be recycled and repurposed? Full Story

Groton board rejects immigration article
03/10/2017 12:11 PM EST - GROTON -- A resolution to prevent the Police Department from enforcing the president's executive order on immigration was rejected by selectmen before it could get to Town Meeting floor. Full Story

Groton board rejects resolution to ignore immigration exec order
03/08/2017 07:31 AM EST - GROTON -- A resolution to prevent the Police Department from enforcing the president's executive order on immigration was rejected by selectmen before it could get to Town Meeting floor. Full Story

Groton community brainstorms a new Senior Center
02/28/2017 11:41 AM EST - By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashobavalleyvoice.com GROTON -- The need for a new or improved Senior Center is clear to the people who dove into a feasibility study for the town. Full Story

'All we can do is fight back' (VIDEO)
02/27/2017 12:00 PM EST - LITTLETON -- Cheers and applause filled the packed Littleton High auditorium after River Reilly spoke of what he worries about. Full Story