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Merrimack Cemetery Adventure

Are you up for an adventure back in time? If you are intrigued by colonial cemeteries and would like to learn about maintaining the markers, you are welcome to join us. Currently, 4,000 burial grounds have been identified in NH! Richard Maloon, who is president of the NH Old Graveyard ...

Souhegan High School celebrates class of 2019

AMHERST – Students, along with their teachers, friends and family members, gathered on Calvetti Family Field on Friday to celebrate the graduation of the Souhegan High School class of 2019. With a an atmosphere of joy, students bounced beach balls, blew bubbles and sprayed water pistols at ...

73rd Hollis Strawberry Festival

The Hollis Town Band and the Hollis Woman’s Club will be hosting the 73rd Hollis Strawberry Festival Sunday, June 23 on the Town Center, 2 Monument Square. This festival was created to provide a much needed day off for the local farmers who worked their land seven days a week from sunrise to ...

Townsend, MA Common Concerts

The Townsend Fire/EMS Relief Association will host the lawn party at the Townsend Military Band’s Thursday, June 27th, concert on the Townsend Common. Townsend Fire/EMS personnel will be selling hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, bacon cheeseburgers, and sausages with peppers and onions to ...

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Dodgers primed for strong summer

The New England Independent Baseball League has been around since earlier this decade when it replaced New Hampshire Senior Babe Ruth’s Southern League. But each summer brings at least slight changes to the list of teams which compete in the wood bat league. And the 2019 campaign will ...

Super Silver Knights summer of action set at Holman Stadium

NASHUA – The ledgers are being pushed aside. The legal papers put away. The sales contracts given a day off, for now. Why? In the world of the Nashua Silver Knights, it’s time for baseball, not franchise sales, hirings and firings. Finally. After a tumultuous off season of front ...

Boys tennis reaches state title match

MANCHESTER – A few weeks ago, Hollis Brookline junior Cole Lorig couldn’t have envisioned the spot he’d be in last Thursday. But there he was, on the courts at Manchester West High School, with a chance to get the clincher to put the Cavaliers back in the Division II finals. Lorig ...

Volleyballers pick right time to raise game

HOLLIS – The Hollis Brookline Cavaliers are peaking, and the state playoffs are right on the doorstep. The Cavs have ripped off four straight wins to move to 10-4 with only two matches left in the regular season. Hollis Brookline moved to 10-4 with game scores of 25-11, 25-6 and 25-11. ...

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People In Glass Houses

In an interview with the weekly public radio show “This American Life,” Seth Moulton, a former Marine Corps officer serving as a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives, and candidate for president, has criticized President-elect Donald Trump on his lack of ...

Will Marijuana Sales Set Us Free in New Hampshire?

On Behalf of the New Hampshire Academy of Family Physicians (NH AFP) I speak in opposition of HB 481. As a family physician who currently, the commercialization of marijuana would adversely affect the health and safety of our most vulnerable population, children. While, the Academy supports ...

“Mulch Volcanoes” are killing region’s trees

Now that spring is finally here, landscape companies and homeowners are beginning their annual application of mounds of bark mulch piled high against trees. These “mulch volcanoes” can be seen everywhere - shopping malls, office parks, private homes, public spaces, etc. To see this ...

Required to post a bond

New Hampshire does not require insurance to drive, however, it is my understanding that if a driver has no insurance he or she is required to post a bond in case of accidents. The state however does not verify the posting of said bond. Since no social security card and hence I assume no ...

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Richard R. Randlett

Richard Ross Randlett, age 87 passed away after a long battle with cancer. He was born on December 8, 1931 in Milton, Massachusetts to Frederick and Rose (Merrifield) Randlett. He leaves his devoted wife of 62 years, Roberta McFaul Randlett. They met and were married at the First Parish of ...

Alisa M. Mayo

BROOKLINE, NH – Alisa M. Mayo, 41, resident of Brookline, NH, died on March 29, 2019 in Hollis, NH. She was born on July 24, 1977 at Andrews Air Force Base, Prince George’s County, Maryland, the daughter of Col. Ronald S. Bowen and Sally (Lieblein) Bowen. She graduated from Hollis ...

Doris Rita (Boucher) Siergiewicz

Doris Rita (Boucher) Siergiewicz passed away of natural causes in Nashua NH on April 3rd, 2019. Doris was born on March 14, 1926 in Lowell MA. She was the daughter of Lucy Anne Boucher (Lowrey) and Wilfred Joseph Boucher. Doris was educated in the Lowell school system, played the trumpet for ...

Irene Thompson

BROOKLINE – Irene Elaine (Fessenden) Thompson died at her home in Brookline, NH on February 20, 2019, from the complications of Alzheimer’s disease, surrounded by family. Irene was born September 19, 1931 in Fitchburg, MA, the eldest child of Nason and Elsie (Beaubien) Fessenden. She was ...