December 2, 2021

Groton boys, girls sweep to victories

February 19, 2021

History repeated itself quite often in Thursday’s action — the Groton boys hoopsters won, the Groton girls won by an identical score to their last game, and the Homer girls put up 20-plus steals. BOYS’ […]

Tillotson now 4th on Marathon scoring list

February 17, 2021

There were plenty of comfortable margins of victory for local teams Tuesday. GIRLS BASKETBALL Marathon 58, Whitney Point 40 Brooke Tillotson continued her ascent up the Marathon all-time scoring leaderboard with 31 points en route […]

Clothes for the community

February 16, 2021

GROTON — Christmas decorations and winter-styled mannequins posed in The Clothing Closet’s windows, much like any other boutique on Main Street in Groton. Inside, rows of gently-used clothes hung in their racks as shoppers selected […]

Seniors to carry Groton boys, girls

February 1, 2021

The Groton Indians boys’ and girls’ basketball teams return a combined eight seniors for the abbreviated 2021 season, but each squad’s seniors will be carrying different responsibilities. The girls also have a new head coach […]

Nourish NY program expands

January 29, 2021

The line of cows dipped their heads Wednesday and began chewing on feed as farmer Paul Fouts of Fouts Farm in Groton pushed the food closer to their stalls. Fouts was happy to hear that […]

2020 was a hard year, but people kept spirits up

January 2, 2021

In a year filled with political divisiveness, racial tensions and a deadly pandemic, 2020 could seem like an ongoing slog. Add to that canceled pastimes and outings to challenge people. But one thing remained for […]

Farmers push through pandemic

December 30, 2020

Steam flared from the cows’ noses as Russ Bean of Bean’s SunnyBrook Farm pushed feed up to the cows in the Solon barn using the skid steer. They seemed happy to see him. The Beans, […]

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