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Merrimack Chamber of Commerce young at 90 years

By LORETTA JACKSON For The Merrimack Journal The gathering that celebrated the founding of the Merrimack Chamber of Commerce by seven local businessmen in January of 1928 was hosted recently at the Courtyard by Marriott in Nashua. The crowd mostly donned business apparel for the event. ...

Merrimack Middle School 3Q honor roll for 2017-18 school year

Merrimack Middle School has announced its honors roll for the third quarter of the 2017-18 school year. HIGH HONORS GRADE 7: George Benoit, Emma Berkeley, Ainsley Bone, Tawan Burger, Owen Clever, Aubrie Connelly, Ross Corman-O’Reilly, Lucy Cote, Kendyl Crawford, Sophia Desilets, Kailey ...

MHS third quarter honor roll for 2017-18 school year

Merrimack High School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 2017-18 school year. HIGH HONORS GRADE 9: Rhylee Ashford, Chiara Bartunek, Daniel Best, Arianna Brisson, Vitalia Brock, Jacob Bunis, Dylan Callahan, Anthony Chinnici, Andrew Coco, Abbigail Cote, Lilli Dabilis, ...

Lions Club assists in park cleanup

Merrimack Lions Club joined approximately 250 town members for the “Park Clean-up Earth Day” celebration, on Sunday, April 22, to do whatever was needed to help clean up the town parks. The team included six dedicated workers, including Benjamin Richard, and former Leo member and a student ...

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Tomahawk baseball still after first victory of young season

Baseball Nashua North 8, Merrimack 0 The Titans move to 2-0 on the season after a shut down win, while Merrimack drops to 0-3. Joe Berman threw a complete game shut out allowing two hits, two walks, and striking out eight. Casey Lane, Trevor Kelly, and Will Brooks had multi hit games ...

Merrimack’s Schaller having major playoff impact for B’s

The TD Garden crowd roared. Merrimack’s Tim Schaller was on the ice, pummeling Toronto’s Ron Hainsey in the first period of Saturday night’s Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 2 7-3 destruction of the Maple Leafs. It was his second altercation of the game, as he also had taken on ...

Changes coming for hockey

There will be some changes next year in high school hockey, mainly in Division I with the additions of Windham (OK, most sports) and Bow (really?). But here’s hoping that both Alvirne and Milford urge the NHIAA to somehow avoid placing their co-op team in Division I just because it’s where ...

Bernardini finds coaching home at Rivier

It’s been almost a year now. Yes, about 11 months since that historic night at Historic Holman Stadium. It was the last athletic event ever for Daniel Webster College, a single nine inning baseball game vs. local rival Rivier University. The Eagles rallied for a dramatic win, the two ...

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Help keep our schools safe

The tragedy in Parkland, Fla., this past week was the latest in a series of unspeakable acts of violence in our country’s schools. Many parents are asking what they can do to help protect our children and ensure that our communities are safe. Change starts with each and every one of us. As ...

Thank you for making 2017 holiday parade, tree lighting ceremony great

The Merrimack Parks and Recreation Department would like to thank all the groups and individuals that attended the 24th annual Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 3. The parade kicked off at 3 p.m. from Commons Shopping Plaza. This year’s parade theme was “A ...

Library appreciative of continued community support

On behalf of the Merrimack Public library staff, Friends, trustees and many volunteers, THANK YOU for your continued support of our mission to build a strong, literate community, promote life-long learning, and to improve the quality of life in Merrimack. We really appreciate it. Over the ...

A big ‘Thank You’ from the Rotary Club of Merrimack

The Rotary Club of Merrimack would like to send out a huge Thank You to all the sponsors, volunteers and runners of the 2017 5K Turkey Trot. This year’s event shattered all previous records; 416 registered runners signed up for the race and 373 bib numbers were recorded as completing the ...

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Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Heinemann

Amherst, NH – Elizabeth “Betty” Heinemann, 97, longtime resident of Amherst, NH, died on May 2, 2018. She was born on January 8, 1921 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Raymond Schuster and Elizabeth (Swank) Schuster. Betty graduated from Montclair High School, Montclair, NJ, ...

Logan, James Clark Sr.

James Clark Logan, Sr. Of Amherst, NH died on May 1, 2018 at the Beaumont Facility in Westborough, MA following a battle with vascular dementia. Born in Hartford, CT, he had just celebrated his 83rd birthday on April 28th. Clark was a loving husband of 57 years to Ann Murray Logan. Devoted ...

Jean E. Vincent

Jean Edna Vincent, 94, of Peterborough, NH, passed away at the Monadnock Community Hospital, in Peterborough, NH, on Wednesday, May 2, 2018. She was born on May 1, 1924, in Wilton, NH, the daughter of Vernon W. Greeley and Hattie (Fish) Greeley. Jean was born on The Greeley Farm in West ...

Mariann (Paradis) Morton

Mariann (Paradis) Morton, 80, of Amherst, NH, wife of Robert W. Morton, passed away Sunday morning, May 6, 2018, at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center in Nashua after a brief illness. Mrs. Morton was born in Lowell, Massachusetts on January 29, 1938, the daughter of the late Leo and ...