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Grot·on

 (grŏt′n)
A town of southeast Connecticut on Long Island Sound opposite New London. Settled c. 1650, it is a port and the site of a US submarine base.
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representatives of groton utilities will meet prospective bidders at 105 walker hill road, groton, connecticut for the purpose of conducting a site inspection and describing the extent and location of the proposed work.
Gemmell worked for 20 years at Groton School in Groton, Mass.
GROTON -- Despite a convincing victory in last season's Thanksgiving Day game, Groton-Dunstable's final record of 5-6 left a sour taste with many.
With nearly 90,000 Sales Associates in more than 80 countries, when I list a property here in Groton and surrounding towns, it's exposed to a huge audience.
Groton Townhouse Apartments and Phoenix Apartments, two rental apartment complexes in Groton, Conn.
The sub arrives in the fleet as the second Virginia-class vessel, and it will be homeported at Submarine Base New London in Groton, Conn.
The company also runs an EX62 at a facility in Groton, Conn.
The following are scheduled class convening/graduation dates for the non-diving supervisor (CIN A-433-0029) courses in Groton, Ct and Pearl Harbor, Hi:
From The New York Times on Representative Sam Gejdenson, Democrat of Connecticut, on the value of the Naval Submarine Base in Groton: "Gejdenson, whose Congressional district includes Groton, said it would be impossible to quantify a century of Navy influence on the region, `but certainly it has to be in the hundreds of billions of dollars.
For all the sermons about public service by the Rector, most Groton boys found government work demeaning.
Survivors include his wife, Ella; one daughter, Mary Diane Young of Groton, Conn.
The technology has been made possible because of a joint venture between the Town of Groton and Bell Atlantic Mobile to provide the technology to New London County.