Russian Spy Ship Lurking Off Coast Of ConnecticutA Russian spy ship was spotted 30 miles off the coast of Connecticut and some naval experts say it is a test by Moscow of the new Trump administration.
After Compromise, High School Chorus Will Perform At Italian CathedralAfter originally having to cancel a cathedral concert, a high school student ensemble has worked out a compromise that allows them to perform at a basilica in Padua, Italy.
Groton Man Arrested For Driving 110 MPH On NH InterstateNew Hampshire state police say a Massachusetts man is due in court next month after being clocked driving 110 mph on Interstate 93 in New Hampton.
No Foul Play In Groton House Fire That Killed Man, WomanFire officials have determined that there are no signs of foul play in a Groton house fire that killed a man and a woman in late January.
Woman Killed In Three-Car Crash On I-190Police say 68-year-old Linda Brandenburg, of Groton, died from her injuries after Saturday afternoon's crash near exit 8 in Leominster.
2 Dead In Groton House FireTwo people were found dead in a house fire early Friday morning in Groton.
Firefighters Battled 2-Alarm Groton Dorm BuildingFirefighters battled a two-alarm house fire in Groton on Thursday night.
Groton Students Taught To Evacuate School During Active Shooter ScenarioTragic mass shootings have schools rethinking how they’ll respond to an armed intruder.
Groton Couple Raises Money To Reunite Brothers From EthiopiaTwo orphaned brothers from Africa have found a happy home with a family in Groton, but the family is not complete.
Groton Police Get Hoax 911 Calls About Hostage Situation, ExplosivesPolice say they received a hoax 911 call about a hostage situation Monday afternoon in Groton.
Groton Blaze Destroys Historic Blood Farm ButcheryIt took more than 30 firefighters four hours to put out the flames at Blood Farm early Sunday morning, Groton Fire Department officials said.
Renowned Mass. Environmentalist Not Ready To Retire At Age 85Standing in the 5-acre meadow expanding from her house toward the forest along the Nashua River, Marion Stoddart can easily recall the putrid odor that once signaled the direction of the waterway.