Groton on the Inside
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the members of the Groton American Legion Post 800 were unable to hold their Memorial Day tradition of gathering at the post on Main Street to have lunch together, but … more
Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3) would have held its 51st commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 21. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, like most colleges and universities, that will not be … more
It is certainly known by now that our New York state schools have officially closed all buildings for the remainder of this academic year. Despite the frustrations and obstacles that has created, the … more
For the first time in over 10 years, the TST BOCES Career and Tech Center (CTE) participated in the Area 2 SkillsUSA Regional Competition on Friday, Feb. 28 at SUNY Morrisville, and for two Groton … more
While it’s not unusual to see and hear a fire truck in Groton, it is quite unusual to see it being followed by 60 cars with honking horns, decorated with balloons and festive signage and … more
Macala (Cali) Gallow, 2014 Groton High School alumna, despite the challenges students at all levels are facing to get their education under the current circumstances in our world, is on target to … more
In January 2011, the Groton Public Library hired Sara Knobel as its new director, and the library’s programming and community offerings have gone above and beyond just a place to read and … more
 Other than the Groton Olde Home Days parade every August, it is quite rare that traffic is backed up on Main Street in the village of Groton, yet on Saturday morning, April 4, cars were lined … more
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
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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