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As mentioned in last week’s column, the administrators, faculty and staff of the Groton Central School District have been going above and beyond the call of duty these past few weeks to ensure … more
While it is certainly clear that our nation, states, cities, towns and villages, including our own Groton, are consumed with how we cope with Covid-19 and all its ramifications. The ways in which … more
As I prepared to write this week’s column, it was my intention to feature the opening of the Groton High School Drama Club’s musical, “The Little Mermaid,” which was supposed … more
Groton High School alumni Albert and Geri Lockwood have lived most of their lives in our community and raised their children, Mike Lockwood, GHS 1997 alumnus, and Nicole (Lockwood) Hunt, GHS 2000 … more
While they didn’t quite make it for a Valentine’s Day wedding, a very special pair of Groton sweethearts celebrated their 66th anniversary last month on Feb. 27. Richard (Dick) and … more
On Saturday, Feb. 22, more than 140 farmers and friends of Groton’s FFA (Future Farmers of America) gathered at Stonehedges Golf Course on Stevens Road for the first-ever Groton Farmer … more
Established in 1921, the Groton American Legion Post 800 on Main Street has been thriving from then until the present, yet many veterans have been unable to join this or any post through the years … more
The Boyce Thompson Institute Operations High School Internship Program was launched as a pilot program in the summer of 2019, with opportunities for five high school students to work in various BTI … more
As early as 2016, when Hudson Scaglione was in the first grade, he garnered the first award that earned him public recognition – second place in the PBS Young Writers Competition for the … more
It was earlier this month – Saturday, Jan. 11, to be exact – that 10-year-old Olivia Stone and her friend went missing on the Groton Trail System, but it took her mom, Jess Stone, until … more
When one thinks of leadership as it relates to teens, there can be many different thoughts that come to mind; some are somewhat positive, some are blatantly negative, and still others, for lack of a … more
In the day and age we live in today, many families find themselves with a plethora of ways in which to spend the proverbial “hard-earned dollar,” most of which are not avoidable or … more
On the heels of the 30th anniversary of the Walt Disney film, “The Little Mermaid” in 2019, the Groton High School Drama Club has just begun rehearsing the stage version of the same title … more
Although he was born and raised in Newfield, Bill Hulbert has made Groton his home since 2001, and couldn’t be happier about that. During the summer of 2017, Hulbert discovered his artistic … more
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