Groton is a town located in northwestern Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Located along the Nashua River northwest of Boston, it was founded in 1655 and named after a town in Suffolk, England.

It is home to two renowned college preparatory schools: The Groton School, founded in 1884, and Lawrence Academy at Groton, founded in 1793.

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The Dreaming Printer
Artist Jeanne Borofsky displays digital works, as well as encaustic, collage and various types of printmaking. Includes resume, biography and online gallery.
Groton Community Dinners
Organization of community groups offering free dinners. Includes pictures, menus, donation information, and a list of participating organizations.
Groton Public Library
Monthly calendar, catalog search, general library information and exhibitions.
Grotonwood Camp and Conference Center
Christian camp for 4th-12th grades located in Old Orchard Beach. Brochure, dates, and information about various sessions available. Features a camp tour.
Slavery in Groton, Massachusetts
Historical sketch by Dr. Samuel A. Green, written in 1894.
Town of Groton
Includes official town information about government, community, schools, and history.
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