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From the capital project that was approved by Groton’s voters in February 2016, to the submission of plans to the New York State Education Department in the summer of 2017, to the present, the … more
Students in Cornell University Senior Lecturer, Bryan Duff’s, undergraduate course on educational psychology don’t take tests – at least, not the usual kind. They take what they … 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
Among the many great things living in Groton has to offer is the openness and caring nature of its governing bodies. In a very clear example of that, the Village Board dedicated a portion of its … more
In a region that is rich with competitive soccer at the high school level, it is certainly no small feat to successfully string a handful of wins together during the season. As a season progresses, … more
One of the main pillars that holds up the foundation of our great community is the Groton Public Library. On any given day, this beloved building is alive with activity ranging from children’s, … more
If you read my article in this column two weeks ago, you may be one of the people who has since wondered what in the world gaga ball is and what gaga pits are. Girl Scout, Sarah Dean, earned her … more
The first rehearsal for the 68th season of the Groton Community Choir was held last Tuesday, Sept. 25, but its director, Ginny Casey, said it is not too late for singers to add their voices to the … more
 By Linda Competillo   Whenever I hear someone mention an Eagle Scout, I know right away that they are speaking about the highest award earned by a Boy Scout. Until last week, I was not familiar with the award … more
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