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. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 9,547.
For geographic and demographic information on the census-designated place Groton, please see the article Groton (CDP), Massachusetts.
Web Sites and Links
Groton Public LibraryMonthly calendar, catalog search, general library information and exhibitions.
Groton RecreationYouth and adult program information, calendar, and flyers.
Slavery in Groton, MassachusettsHistorical sketch by Dr. Samuel A. Green, written in 1894.
Town of GrotonIncludes official town information about government, community, schools, and history.