Groton on the Inside
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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
One of Groton’s most popular venues for young and old alike is the Groton Public Library, largely due to its amazing director, Sara Knobel, its dedicated staff, the incredible support of the … more
When most think of Rotary Clubs and the things they do for students, the thing that generally comes to mind first is the sponsorship of foreign exchange students. While the Groton Rotary Club has … more
The motto of the American Legion, “In the spirit of service, not self, for veterans, God and country,” comes to life in Groton, not only due to the veterans who are members of Post 800 on … more
Most everyone who lives in Groton knows about the incredible Christmas light and sound show located at 411 Peru Rd. (Route 38), and we and others from miles around make it an annual destination … more
The building at 120 Sykes St. is most often referred to as “The Groton Nursing Home,” but that establishment is actually the “Groton Community Health Care Center” and is so … more
Vaping initially became popular in 2007 when people were saying it was “just a harmless water vapor,” said Moira McJury, the education and prevention coordinator for the Alcohol and Drug … more
What would happen if Lewis Carroll’s classic “Alice in Wonderland” got a modern twist? This modern retelling has all the characters you know and love, including the Mad Hatter, the … more
As a little girl, no more than age 7, who grew up in the house at 123 Church St. in Groton, Norma Samson told her parents, “If you ever move out of this house, I’m going to move right … more
The 2019 Laura Holmberg Award, which recognizes unsung heroes in the community who have made an impact through volunteer work, was presented to Groton resident, Heidi Goldstein, by the Women’s … more
Ten-year-old Hudson Scaglione is no stranger to the Groton Central School Board of Education. Scaglione was invited to its meeting on Monday, Oct. 21 to be recognized as the board formally accepted … 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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