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Groton — Fifteen members of Class 16030 graduated from the Submarine Officer Advanced Course on Aug. 25. Cmdr. David Grogan, executive officer of the Naval Submarine School, was the guest speaker. Lt. Todd Talstein received the...
Groton — Eleven sailors of "Tomahawk Class 16065" graduated from Machinist Mate (Weapons) "A" School on Aug. 19. Machinist Mate 1st Class Cole Houshower was class instructor. Fireman Daniel Normandin received the Torpedoman...
Groton — Sixty-two sailors of "Class 16380" USS Andrew Jackson (SSN-619) graduated from Basic Enlisted Submarine School on Aug. 19. Information Systems Technician 1st Class Jasmine Underwood was class honor graduate. Underwood will...
Groton — The Naval Submarine School recognized its top civilian performer, Kelly Willette, as Civilian of the Second Quarter of 2016 in ceremonies at Bledsoe Hall on Aug. 18. In announcing her selection, Capt. Aaron Thieme,...
Commissioner Dianne Wentzell visited the school for a first-hand look at both educational and atmospheric conditions that help students succeed. Stanton is one of the state's first Commissioner's Network schools receiving additional state grants for...
“Up until 10 years ago, we were always closed on Labor Day,” said Rick Whittle, a fourth-generation Groton farmer “Now, it’s one of our busiest days. You only have so many days to make it, so why throw one away?”
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Attorney General Maura Healey is preparing to offer guidance to businesses and law enforcement under a new state law that allows transgender people to use public accommodations that correspond to their gender identity