Groton on the Inside
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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
It was a rainy and blustery night when I met with Dianna and Diella Niño at the Groton Public Library recently to hear about the recent awards each of them earned through Girl Scouts. Both … more
Get ready, Groton! A brand new “Izzy” book, “Izzy’s Day at School,” has been released and will be distributed in early November to pre-K classes at Groton Elementary … more
The post office here in Groton processes its fair share of mail, and a generous percentage of it gets delivered to 400 Peru Rd. on a daily basis. That is the address of the Groton Central … more
When tragedy strikes and a situation suddenly turns into an emergency, most people know to call 9-1-1 as a first response to initiate getting the help needed to mitigate whatever that emergency … more
There are quite a few “sayings” many adults may have heard through the years, and one of them that I can remember hearing many times over was, “Life isn’t all fun and games … more
On Sunday, Sept. 29, Groton Assembly of God, 701 S. Main St., welcomes everyone to a very special celebration of what senior pastor, Sam Neno, refers to as “a new chapter in our service to God … more
Groton High School Class of 2017 alumna, Hope Twitchell, has been chosen to study abroad at Oxford University in England for the fall semester of 2019. Twitchell, who was the valedictorian for her … more
When Gary Watrous graduated from Groton High School in 1967, he would have never even dreamed that he would one day become the vice president of the First National Bank of Groton, much less find … more
As August winds down, Labor Day approaches, and the start of the new academic year is right on its heels, the parents, students, faculty, staff and administrators of Groton Central School are all … more
Groton Olde Home Days is finally upon us, bigger and better than ever before, and the momentum has been building for months. This greatly anticipated three-day festival will begin with the opening of … 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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