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Grant a boost for transitional housing program

NASHUA – Wells Fargo recently awarded a $10,000 grant to support women and children in the Front Door Agency’s Transformational Housing Program. The Program assists homeless or disadvantaged young mothers through a three-phase residential program that emphasizes higher education as a path ...

Foundation Medical Partners welcomes new physician

MERRIMACK – Foundation Medical Partners is pleased to welcome Dr. Danielle Dunetz to Merrimack Pediatrics at Merrimack Medical Center. Dunetz is board certified in pediatric medicine. She earned her medical degree at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Erie, Pa., and completed a ...

Merrimack Historical Society seeking photos

Time to look into your scrapbooks, photo albums and boxes of memories. The Merrimack Historical Society is looking for pictures and old newspaper articles for our files. Some are from long ago and some are more recent. Remember, we are still making history today. The following pictures are ...

YMCA children enjoy storytelling presentation, donated books

Children served by the YMCA of Greater Nashua were treated to a storytelling presentation and brand new books to keep, thanks to a grant from the Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF). Storyteller Simon Brooks led an interactive presentation for more than 250 children enrolled in Y’s ...

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Trio lays it on line for T’hawks

MERRIMACK - So, you want to be a football lineman? Just talk to the nucleus of the Merrimack High School line, both on offense and defense, and they’ll show you the ropes. Three mainstays are junior Eric Griffin, plus seniors Colin Keefe and Joey Peters. “They’ve been pretty ...

Tomahawks hit field as preseason gets off to very wet start

A late start to the year and daily rain could curdle the outlook of even the most positive coach around. Or maybe it can’t. Merrimack High football coach Kip Jackson has too much work on his agenda to worry about things he can’t control. And right now, in the first week of the ...

Pfeifer finds his swing for Merrimack Legion Post 98

MERRIMACK – The high school season was a blur for Cody Pfeifer, a painful blur. Thankfully for the Merrimack High School senior-to-be, there is American Legion baseball. Playing third base, Pfeifer has been nothing short of sensational for Post 98, which is 6-4, hunting for a District B ...

Merrimack’s Grassini makes tough decision, sticks to baseball

When an athlete the caliber of Justin Grassini, yes that Justin Grassini (record 45 TD passes as a senior at Merrimack High) gives up football, you know the choice wasn’t easy. In fact, it was excruciating. And it might get a little tougher before it gets better. “It was a hard ...

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Community center grateful for student helpers

The Board of Directors of the John O’Leary Adult Community Center, Inc., of Merrimack wishes to thank the Senior Class of Merrimack High School for their participation in this year’s Senior Service Day. On Tuesday, May 16, 2017, two students from the class visited the center and performed ...

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 ...

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Daniel C. Hatch

Daniel C. Hatch, 70, resident of Milford, NH, died on August 21, 2018 at Aynsley Place, Nashua, NH. He was born in Hanover, NH on November 24, 1947, a son of Earl and F. Eloise (Hall) Hatch. He graduated from Lebanon High School, Class of 1965 and Thomas College, Waterville, ME, where he met ...

John Kramarczyk

John Kramarczyk, husband of June Fallon Kramarczyk, peacefully passed away in his sleep on August 24, 2018 in his home in Nashua, New Hampshire following a lengthy series of illnesses. John was born on December 9, 1943 in New Haven, CT to John and Shirley Kramarczyk.  He was raised and ...

Arthur Carl Wetherbee

Arthur Carl Wetherbee died a little after one o’clock on the morning of Saturday, August 25, 2018 at the Community Hospice House in Merrimack, N.H. He was seventy-four. Cause of death was heart failure brought on by COPD. He had suffered ill health for the last four years. At the time ...

Daniel C. Hatch

Daniel C. Hatch, 70, resident of Milford, NH, died on August 21, 2018 at Aynsley Place, Nashua, NH. He was born in Hanover, NH on November 24, 1947, a son of Earl and F. Eloise (Hall) Hatch. He graduated from Lebanon High School, Class of 1965 and Thomas College, Waterville, ME, where he met ...