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  1. Crusaders win Mid Wach B titleRead the original story

    Feb 13, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Groton-Dunstable head coach Mark Hennelly posted the score of the Marlboro-North Middlesex game from back on Jan. 5 -- a game in which the Panthers won, 58-49. Hennelly used that game result to drive home to his players that Marlboro was not going to be a cakewalk.

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  2. A very special weekendRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    The Groton-Dunstable boys and girls basketball teams hosted the Special Olympics of Massachusetts basketball teams Sunday morning inside the high school's gymnasium. It was pretty evident that the players -- I mean officials -- were also having the times of their lives seeing the special olympians' sheer jubilation when the ball went in the net.

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  3. Man, 21, injured in Groton rollover crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2016 | Groton Landmark

    Emergency crews requested a medical helicopter for a man who suffered a large cut to his head in a rollover crash on Gay Road that also sent another person to the hospital with less serious injuries. Police were called to the area of 177 Gay Road in Groton about 5:45 p.m., for a report of a single-vehicle crash in which a car rolled over.

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  4. Dangerous Littleton intersection to get signalsRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    A deadly intersection on the Ayer town line will be getting traffic signals by this summer, following a meeting between town officials, local legislators and the state Department of Transportation. The state delegation for the two towns, including Sen. Jamie Eldridge, D-Acton, and Reps.

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  5. Marlboro staves off Groton-DunstableRead the original story

    Jan 15, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Groton-Dunstable held Marlboro's 6-foot-7 sophomore phenom Chris Doherty to just five points in the opening half. But the Marlboro lefty soon found his stroke dropping a game-high 21 points and ripping down 12 boards as Marlboro staved off Groton-Dunstable, 51-44, Friday night in Groton.

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  6. Intersection on state's radarRead the original story

    Jan 15, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    The legislative delegations for Littleton and Ayer have secured a meeting with state Department of Transportation officials to advocate for improvements to a dangerous intersection in town that left one person dead and several people badly injured last year. Sen. Jamie Eldridge, D-Acton, and Reps.

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  7. It's not a birdhouse. It's a little free libraryRead the original story

    Jan 15, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    If you are an eclectic reader looking for a recommendation for books to read by the fireside, you might hit Fitch Bridge Road, which leads to the restored bridge over Nashua River. On your left, just before the road disappears into the misty forest, you will find a birdhouse-shaped box atop a wooden fence with some books in it.

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  8. Groton board doesn't back private group's funds to prep re-use of Prescott SchoolRead the original story

    Jan 12, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    After extensive discussion, the Board of Selectmen declined to support an initiative by a private group to use public funds to prep the underused Prescott School building for future occupation. The request for support came from Bruce Easom, a member of a new non-profit called the Friends of Prescott School, a group of local citizens who would like to see the former elementary school building used for public purposes rather than sold to a private developer or occupied by commercial tenants.

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  9. Crusaders come up shortRead the original story

    Jan 8, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Groton-Dunstable held Marlboro's six-foot-7 sophomore phenom Chris Doherty to just five points in the opening half. But the Marlboro lefty soon found his stroke dropping a game-high 21 points and ripping down 12 boards as Marlboro staved off Groton-Dunstable, 51-44, Friday night in Groton.

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  10. Turnovers handcuff G-D in loss at NashobaRead the original story

    Jan 6, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Groton-Dunstable came into Tuesday night's Mid Wach B tilt at Nashoba Regional High School in Bolton atop the league. The Chieftains put together a 12-0 run in the final three minutes of the second quarter to help them pull away from Groton-Dunstable en route to a 59-41 victory.

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  11. Taking 'Mercy' on the ConfederacyRead the original story

    Jan 7, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Whether someone is trying to get back up from hard times or wanting to defend one's honor -- just like James Green Jr., a character in PBS's upcoming Civil War drama series, "Mercy Street," does -- Koed is interested in digging deep into it. Slavery is appalling, Koed said.

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  12. Groton residents encouraged to turn in town census formsRead the original story

    Jan 4, 2016 | Shirley Oracle

    The Town Clerk's Office is reminding residents that returning the town census is an important step toward casting a ballot for a presidential candidate of your choice. The census form will be sent out this month and should indicate in which party you are currently enrolled.

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  13. Session will aid residents concerned about pipelineRead the original story

    Dec 29, 2015 | Groton Landmark

    The Townsend Conservation Land Trust is hosting an Open House Drop-in Intervenor Help Session on Sunday for residents who wish to file as an intervenor for the proposed Northeast Energy Direct project. Kinder Morgan has officially filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the proposed Northeast Energy Direct project.

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  14. Townsend dedicates new Fire-EMS Central StationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2015 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    The Townsend Fire-EMS Central Station, at 13 Elm St., opened 140 years to the day after the department was formed and the Squanicook Hall Hook and Ladder station opened across the street at 8 Elm St. Sunday's ceremonies called on years of tradition to say "thank you" for the five-bay building across the street from the original station. Residents lined Elm Street to watch the parade of firefighters and emergency medical personnel led by the Westford Firefighters' Pipe and Drum Corps.

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  15. Patriots look to push the tempoRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2015 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Point guard Drew Patno has since taken his talents to the University of New England, but Richie Sharp is still patrolling the shooting guard position. "Losing Drew's leadership and play-making ability hurts a ton, but with our starting five right now -- they have really come together."

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  16. G-D supporters come out in full forceRead the original story

    Nov 27, 2015 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Groton-Dunstable soccer's first Division 1 state final appearance was not terrible, but it also was not what many Crusader supporters expected. There were no fan buses traveling to Manning Field in Lynn, a one-hour-and-10-minute drive from the doors of the high school on Chicopee Row in Groton.

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  17. Two overrides for Groton-Dunstable schools would be 'tough sell'Read the original story

    Dec 8, 2015 | Townsend Times

    The news came at the Dec. 7 meeting of the Board of Selectmen when town manager Mark Haddad submitted a draft budget for fiscal 2017 ahead of a final version to be handed in by year's end. "It's going to be a tough sell," remarked board member Joshua Degen about a possible $2.2 million override request for 2017 that is in the talking stages by officials at the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District.

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  18. Groton Woman's Club keeps the season greenRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2015 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    For Tracey Molaskey, the holiday starts when she's standing in the middle of the circa-1840 Williams Barn on Chicopee Row, breathing in the crisp fall air. Mounds of pine needles, winterberry twigs and pine cones are brought in for her and fellow Groton Woman's Club volunteers to use for decorating hundreds of Christmas wreaths.

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  19. G-D supporters come out in full forceRead the original story

    Nov 27, 2015 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Groton-Dunstable soccer's first Division 1 state final appearance was not terrible, but it also was not what many Crusader supporters expected. There were no fan buses traveling to Manning Field in Lynn, a one-hour-and-10-minute drive from the doors of the high school on Chicopee Row in Groton.

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  20. Haddad: Budget prediction from Groton-Dunstable School District may mean overrideRead the original story

    Dec 1, 2015 | Townsend Times

    Just a few short years after the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District was forced to make spending cuts due to a bookkeeping error and a general economic downturn, school officials are seeking to restore the lost funds. Haddad said the school district planned to bring staffing levels in the schools back to their pre-cut level, and has issued a 100-page document explaining the need for the restorations.

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