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Groveton,

town (1990 pop. 19,997), Fairfax co., N Va. Primarily residential, Groveton has developed with the high-technology industries and the defense and governmental centers bordering Washington, D.C.
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The Beacon of Groveton, a seven-year-old luxury community in Alexandria, Va., outside Washington, D.C., was built on the site where one of the region's first airfields used to operate.
Receiving $1,000 grants were: Child Advocacy Center of Coos County, Groveton; Two Rivers Ride for Cancer, Colebrook; Conway Area Humane Society, Conway; Nashua Children's Home, Nashua; Friends of Forgotten Children, Concord; Gateways Community Services Nashua, Nashua; Portsmouth Music & Arts Center, Portsmouth; YMCA of the Seacoast, Portsmouth; and Zebra Crossings, Dover.
Simply following his order she went to the Giant Food Store in Groveton and bought her lucky scratch-off lottery ticket.
Granite Shore Power will now own Merrimack Station in Bow, Newington Station in Newington, Schiller Station in Portsmouth as well as combustion turbines in Groveton and Tamworth.
The company will now own Merrimack Station in Bow, Newington Station in Newington, Schiller Station in Portsmouth and combustion turbines in Groveton and Tamworth.
Timberland Men's Groveton Hi-Top Sneakers $66.99 down from $90.00
Located in Groveton, New Hampshire, the property is expected to be utilized by the buyers to enhance economic growth in Coos County and surrounding areas.
[USPRwire, Mon Mar 25 2013] Construction has begun on a new 195-foot cell tower on Morse Mountain in Groveton that will improve broadband and cell service for central Coos County.
BETTY AND BARNEY HILL, 1961 IN the first of many abduction claims, US couple Betty and Barney Hill spotted what they thought was a UFO as they drove down a lonely stretch of road near Groveton in New Hampshire in September 1961.
Rose graduated Groveton High School in N.H and Burdett College.
They were, for a time, forever talking of 'goin back to Bedias' (pronounced Bead-eyes) or of 'when we go back home to Groveton,' and they lived in city neighborhoods like country people, one foot forever trying to find home again."