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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
By Linda Competillo   For as long as he can remember, according to Groton High School alumnus, Logan Wannall `10, owning his own auto body shop has been his dream. Just a few short months ago, Wannall realized the … more
By Linda Competillo   It’s been a long time coming, but K-9 Officer Odee of the Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office recently received a bullet and stab protective vest, thanks to a charitable donation from the … more
By Linda Competillo Tompkins Weekly   From its first public meeting in January of 2017 to the present, plans to expand the Groton Public Library are now in full swing – due in great part to the pending … more
By Linda Competillo   The Groton Central School Board of Education and the district’s administrators met on Aug. 7 for its annual retreat, during which the group was updated on school law by the district’s legal team, … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly   A lot has to go right in any given season for a team to be successful, but the Groton Girls Soccer team feels like they have the pieces to put that puzzle together. … more
By Linda Competillo Tompkins Weekly   Summer would not be summer, and August would not be August in Groton without the annual celebration of Olde Home Days. While we have many fun, interesting, or … more
By Linda Competillo   On Friday afternoon, Aug. 3, I made my way to the Groton Public Library with great anticipation, having been invited by library director, Sara Knobel, to attend a reception at which Senator … more
By Linda Competillo   It all started with a phone call. Not long after the beginning of the school year in fall of 2017, Groton Central School’s District Office received a call from Lisa Horn of Horn Research LLC … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   After The Enchanted Badger game store in Ithaca closed last year a gap was left in the community, the Badger not only sold board games and card games of all sorts, it hosted … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly   After watching a pair of Groton wrestling legends in front of him, Reese Lockwood is ready to make his own name with the Indians. The junior is off to a roaring start … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   The Town of Groton is working to bring its land use and code regulations in line with green energy guidelines. The town has proposed Local Law #4 for the Year 2017, which will make … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly During the early evening hours of October 20, the final horn sounded for the Groton Girls Soccer team in their 2017 campaign, but they left a lasting mark when they exited the field at Lansing … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly A few hours up north in Buffalo, a Groton native has been living out her dream for the past few months and she only wants it to get better. Sidney Reeves, the most prolific goal scorer … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly There are races for three posts in the Town of Groton – highway superintendent and two town council seats – but Town Supervisor Donald Scheffler and Clerk April Scheffler have no challenges on the … more
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