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Dedication Ceremony for Admiral Forrest P. Sherman Memorial

When: Memorial Day – Monday May 27th @ 3 p.m. Where: Veterans Memorial Park, Merrimack, NH Who: Merrimack American Legion Post 90 & VFW Post 8641 Harrison Faust - Eagle Scout Project - Boy Scout Troop 424 – Merrimack, NH Admiral Forrest Sherman was the youngest man to serve as ...

Exemplary Estates of New Hampshire

The Bedford Historical Society and the Bedford Public Library are delighted to host an evening with Cristina Ashjian of the New Hampshire Humanities. The program will be presented on Wednesday, May 15th, at 6:30 pm at the Bedford Public Library in the McAllister Room. This program is free and ...

Merrimack Youth Association fundraiser

Biergarten at Anheuser Bush-Merrimack May 18 from 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. $30 Appetizers and Beer. Celebrating 50 years of volunteers! Contact: erinrothhaus@gmail.com or 603-494-1418

Semi Annual Psychic Fair

Sponsored by the Hudson Lions Club will be held May 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hudson Community Center, 12 Lions Avenue in Hudson. Several psychics with a variety of skills and talents will be in attendance. Individual readings are $30.00 and are 15 minutes long. Arrive early to set your ...

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Merrimack nine rebounds nicely after rugged loss

The Merrimack High baseball team suffered a crushing Saturday loss, a week ago. The Tomahawks gave up a 3-0 lead in the seventh to unbeaten Bishop Guertin, but it was how they responded that has to give you some incredible optimism. Merrimack came back on Wednesday night to stomp Nashua ...

Tomahawk track teams piling up points this spring

A battle between three local teams, saw the Merrimack boys squad sweep up the competition vs. Bishop Guertin and Nashua South. They went on to win the overall with 134 points. Adam Thornton won the 100 (11.7) and the 200 (23.9). Ryan Fischer picked up a win in the 400 (55.88) and a runner ...

Hutchinson on way to amazing 18 varsity letters

An all-state lacrosse midfielder as a junior, already locked in and committed to play Division I college lax at George Mason, Merrimack High’s Melanie Hutchinson could ease off the gas pedal. Sorry, that’s just not in her DNA. April 12, Hutchinson netted the overtime game-winner in an ...

With no turf, Merrimack High sports still stuck in mud

Merrimack High School girls lacrosse coach Sarah Rothhaus was a happy camper on Friday. Her Tomahawks had survived a tough, highly competetive and, for girls lacrosse, physical overtime battle with Nashua South on Friday at Stellos Stadium. She was happy with the win, but also the fact ...

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Our Thanks To

On Wednesday, April 17, Merrimack High School held their 3rd annual Vietnam Veterans’ Panel Discussion. Seven veterans were in attendance to share their experiences with all US History and American Experience classes. In order to show our appreciation to the veterans for their service to our ...

Southern New Hampshire’s PFAS

Southern New Hampshire’s PFAS water contamination situation is getting attention from the Presidential candidates and the national news. We’ve already had several candidates visit Merrimack to hold PFAS discussions with the communities. As more and more attention comes to southern New ...

Want to become a millionaire?

Want to become a millionaire? Just invent a fire alarm that will shut off when you yell, “Hey, I’m just cooking”. Another way would be to get Hannity (Fox News) and Rachel Maddow (MSNBC) to appear in a debate. It would set records for listeners. Advertisers would pay dearly for a spot ...

BSA Troop 401 Thanks All

On behalf of the members of BSA 401 & their families, we would like to extend a heart-felt thank you to the attendees of the auction and the following outstanding businesses, whose generosity made the 13th Annual Silent Auction and Dessert Buffet, on 4/7/18 a great success! Those ...

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Robert (Bob) Bryant Burns

Robert (Bob) Bryant Burns passed away peacefully on May 6, at the age of 88. He was an avid outdoorsman, sharing his passions - fishing, hunting, biking, hiking and tennis – with his family whenever possible, especially his wife, June, who was by his side for 64 wonderful years. Bob was ...

Blake Wilcox Baron

Blake Wilcox Baron, 34, of Chesapeake Va., passed away on March 19th, 2019. He was born in Nashua NH on 8/10/1984, to Ken Baron and Sandra Wilcox Baron. He attended local schools in Merrimack NH, later living in North Carolina and Virginia. Blake enjoyed golf and bowling, but his passion was ...

Mary Ann Harris

AMHERST – Mary Ann (Crisp) Harris, 89, of Amherst, died peacefully on May 8, 2019 after a brief illness. Mary Ann was predeceased by her husband of 57 years, Henry E. “Bill” Harris Jr. in 2014, two brothers, Dr. Norman Crisp Jr. and Dr. Jack Crisp, a sister Charlotte Kulis, and two ...

Paul J. Collins M.D.

Paul J Collins, M.D., 88, of Shelburne, New Hampshire; formerly of Marathon, Florida and Nashua, New Hampshire, passed away, Thursday, April 11, 2019, after a brief illness. He was the husband of Carol (Springer) Collins. Born in Boston, he was the son of the late Elizabeth (Thomas) ...