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  1. Police: Retired Pepperell chief aided in break-in arrestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Home

    As police from four towns converged on Bayberry Road on Thursday morning for a report of a house break in progress, they received help from an expert: retired Police Chief Alan Davis. In a release, Pepperell police said a Bayberry Road resident arrived home Thursday to find a car in the driveway, which fled.


  2. Groton-Dunstable students' 'Biggest Book' almost ready for UN tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Home

    Ten years in the making, the long-running story of the Biggest Book in the World on Peace may finally be nearing the end of its tale. That news came from Betsy Sawyer, the elementary school teacher who has been the one constant in the book's saga.


  3. Tsongas looks for Nashua River 'wild and scenic' designationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | Home

    Rep. Niki Tsongas was joined Monday by local conservation organizations at the offices of the Nashua River Watershed Association in Groton to announce and celebrate the passage and signing of the Nashua River Wild and Scenic River Study Act. Congresswoman Tsongas authored and introduced the legislation and shepherded the bill through the legislative process, securing support from the Republican leadership to ensure its passage.


  4. Groton manager proposes 3.6% budget increaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Home

    In a joint meeting Monday between the Board of Selectmen and Finance Committee, Town Manager Mark Haddad presented a fiscal 2016 budget proposal of $33,264,783, a 3.6 percent increase over the current year's budget. "Specifically, I requested that departments continue to examine the services they provide and determine whether or not to adjust the way those services are delivered," he said.


  5. Get ready for Top Chef: GrotonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Home

    "The Herb Lyceum was chosen as host in an episode of Bravo's 'Top Chef' program which was all filmed on location," confirmed Lyceum owner David Gilson. "Our kitchen was completely transformed by the producers to accommodate the show's contestants as they picked herbs from our farm and greenhouses and used them in preparing their meals."


  6. Eggimann provides the heroicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2014 | Home

    SEASON TIPS OFF: Triton Regional's Kaitlyn Muldowney and Lowell Catholic's Briannagh Reeves collide while going for the ball during Friday night's basketball game. It was opening night for many teams in the area.


  7. Huber has big day for G-DRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2014 | Home

    Eric Huber won the 100 butterfly and swam on the winning 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free relay teams as Groton-Dunstable beat Worcester, 101-75, in a boys swim meet. Jordan Sheffield won the 200 free in a school record time and also swam a leg on the winning 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free relay teams to help power the Crusaders.


  8. Dracut officials eye opposing pipeline plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2014 | Home

    Prompted by pleas from a prominent Dracut farmer and Selectman Tami Dristiliaris, the Board of Selectmen will likely vote at their next meeting on a non-binding resolution declaring their opposition to Kinder Morgan's latest proposed route for a natural-gas pipeline, Chairwoman Cathy Richardson said. Richardson's announcement of the board's likely action followed presentations made at Tuesday's meeting by Rich Cowan of the group Dracut Stop the Pipeline, and farmer Jim Ogonowski.


  9. Kinder Morgan officials tout new pipeline routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | Home

    Officials from pipeline company Kinder Morgan said Monday that their decision to reroute a proposed natural gas pipeline through New Hampshire would help to ease concerns of opponents, while bringing low-cost fuel into New England. "We want to be responsive to concerns and issues that have been brought up from stakeholders, from state officials to local officials and landowners and others about the scope of our project, the routing of our project, the need for the project," Allen Fore, public relations director for Kinder Morgan, said in a meeting with The Sun's editors and reporters Monday.


  10. Kinder Morgan opts for northern pipeline route; several towns to be bypassedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2014 | Home

    Energy giant Kinder Morgan will shift its proposed gas pipeline route northward, avoiding 10 Massachusetts towns -- including four in the Merrimack Valley -- and follow a path through Southern New Hampshire, the company announced on Friday. "We really believe in this project," Allen Fore, public affairs director for Kinder Morgan, told editors from Digital First Media.


  11. N.H. route emerging as preferred gas-pipeline pathRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2014 | Home

    The natural-gas pipeline proposal that has inspired protests statewide may be on the verge of switching its route to go through Southern New Hampshire rather than central Massachusetts, an official for Kinder Morgan Energy Partners said Monday. Richard Wheatley, a spokesman for Kinder Morgan, said that while the company was still evaluating alternatives, a route that travels along existing power-line easements in Southern New Hampshire is being seriously considered.


  12. Groton panel holds off on Charter Review CommitteeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | Home

    The issue arose at the Finance Committee meeting Monday when a vote was called to choose two members to represent the finance panel on the charter committee. At least four members of the Finance Committee registered interest in joining: Art Prest, Robert Hargraves, Mark Bacon and Bud Robertson.


  13. Groton selectmen to create panel to study Prescott School issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2014 | Home

    Moving swiftly to figure out what to do about the former Prescott Elementary School building, selectmen prepared to appoint a special committee charged with studying the issue, and make recommendations within a year. The move came after a report at the board's meeting Monday by Town Manager Mark Haddad that he had met with Groton-Dunstable Regional School Committee Chairman Allison Manugian and Superintendent of Schools Kristan Rodriguez earlier that day.


  14. Groton-Dunstable clipped on PK'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2014 | Home

    The Groton-Dunstable boys' soccer team saw its season come to an end on penalty kicks for the second consecutive year, with the Westboro Rangers claiming a 1-0 victory on Wednesday in an MIAA Division 1 Central quarterfinal match. No. 4 seed Westboro won the shootout 4-2, converting on all four of its PKs.


  15. Dunstable police to charge suspect in car break-insRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2014 | Home

    A week after warning residents to lock their doors and homes and keep an eye out for suspicious activity due to a rash of car break-ins, Dunstable police report they're pressing charges against a man identified as the suspect in several of the crimes. The suspect, identified only as a 21-year-old Nashua man, will be summonsed to Ayer District Court in the coming weeks to face charges in connection with several of the car break-ins, according to police Chief James Downes.


  16. Referendum on corporate political spending passes in Mass.Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2014 | Home

    Some legislators will now be urged to push for limiting corporate political spending after voters in some communities agreed to it in the Tuesday election. Voters in certain communities, from Townsend to Burlington, had an extra referendum question on the ballot.


  17. Crusaders look sharpRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | Home

    ON THE BALL: Greater Lowell Tech's Matteus Farias puts pressure on Winchester's Andrew Polcari on Monday afternoon. Winchester collected a 2-0 state tournament boys soccer victory in Tyngsboro despite a strong effort by the Gryphons.


  18. Dracut nets crownRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 29, 2014 | Home

    BILLERICA OWES THANKS TO BANKS: Billerica's Dan Banks celebrates his first-half goal as Chelmsford defender Rodrigo Carillo-Sanchez can only watch. It was the lone goal of the game and lifted Billerica into the boys soccer state tournament.


  19. NDA, Groton-Dunstable top girls volleyball seedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | Home

    Senior star Cathryn MacGregor leads the top-seeded Notre Dame Academy volleyball team into MIAA tournament action. SUN/BOB WHITAKER Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.


  20. Groton Town Meeting rejects plan to sell Prescott SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2014 | Home

    For the second time since the spring, fall Town Meeting on Monday again voted against a plan by the town's administration to sell the former Prescott Elementary School building to a private developer. To pass, the measure needed to acquire a two thirds vote of 191 people who were in attendance at town meeting.


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