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Series focuses on region’s economic issues

Cabinet News

The economic climate of New Hampshire and the Souhegan Valley is changing and creating challenges to continued growth. A number of factors are affecting these changes, such as demographics, the business climate and the rural/suburban nature of the area and state. A speakers series will examine ...

Stickers now available for Recycling Center

Cabinet News

WILTON - Vehicle iden­tification stickers are now available at the Recycling Center. The vehicle has to be registered in one of the five member towns: Wil­ton, Lyndeborough, Ma­son, Greenville or Tem­ple. Stickers are limited to two per family and will be valid through Dec. 31, 2018. There ...

PFOAs found in local wells

Cabinet News

Amherst residents are updated on developments by selectmen AMHERST - Sampling of 198 wells around the former TCI manufacturing plant in Amherst revealed that 16 of them have concentrations of perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) that exceed the Envi­ronmental Protection Agen­cy's health advisory ...

Planning for the future of Amherst

Cabinet News

New development director for town AMHERST - With its stately co­lonial homes, white picket fences, steepled church and leafy park, the Amherst town common is the center of the Village area, generally ac­knowledged as one of the handsom­est neighborhoods in New Hamp­shire. And when the ...

Is town defying DES on Brox?

Cabinet News

Activist files complaint citing permit violations MILFORD - Environ­mental activist Suzanne Fournier filed a formal complaint with the state Department of Environ­mental Services on Mon­day regarding what she calls numerous viola­tions of permit conditions as the town prepares to build ...

Milford: Turn off the water

Cabinet News

Town asks for end to outdoor watering MILFORD - Reacting to what the state is call­ing extreme drought con­ditions in southern New Hampshire, the town is asking all residents, busi­nesses and industries to stop all outdoor water use, except for watering vegetable gardens and newly planted ...

Annual Pumpkin Festival on tap this weekend

Cabinet News

MILFORD - It isn't often that a vegetable gets this much attention, but the yellow squash called pumpkins will be the stars of the show this weekend in downtown Milford. Some of the biggest pumpkins in New England will be on display dur­ing the town's 27th annual Pumpkin Festival that will ...

First Fall Food & Wine Festival proves to be a hit

Bedford News

AMHERST - More than 400 people sampled wines, artisan cheeses, chocolates and other specialty foods at The Cabinet's first Fall Food & Wine Festival at LaBelle Winery on Sunday, Sept. 25. Vendors gave out small portions of hot fudge, mustards, olive oils, vinegars, crackers, jellies, ...

Bedford teen author set to signings for first book

Bedford News

Emma Beauchesne, 15, of Bedford, and has written her first book, "Heaven Sent," which has been published by Christian Faith Publishing. "Heaven Sent": is a journey of faith through the eyes of a Christian teen. Though young, Emma is driven and always ...

Craftworkers’ Guild opens the Harvest Craft Shop

Bedford News

BEDFORD - The Craftworkers' Guild announces this year's Harvest Craft Shop, which will take place through Monday, Oct. 10, at the historic Kendall House in Bedford. Just in time for fall foliage tourist visits with family and friends, the seasonal shop will be open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Over ...

Take ‘A Walk In their Shoes’ for Alzheimer’s Association

Bedford News

BEDFORD - Participants in this year's annual Walk to End Alzheimer's event, that took place Saturday, September 24 at Manchester's Armory Park, had the opportunity to experience firsthand what their loved ones with Alzheimer's may be experiencing on a daily basis. Josh Freitas, author of the ...

BWC, Talbots plan fundraiser

Bedford News

An opportunity to shop for fall styles and to support Bedford charities and scholarships will take place from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Talbots in Bedford Square, 25 South River Road. Talbots will donate 10 percent of pre-tax sales to the Bedford Women's Club. For more information, email ...

Girl Scouts’ fall membership drive

Bedford News

Fall registration for Girl Scouts is underway for girls in kindergarten through 12th grade. "There are many ways for even the busiest girls to become involved in Girl Scouts and benefit from the leadership development programming we offer," said Carrie Green, director of ...

Running for good

Bedford News

The seventh annual Erica's Run, an effort to strike back against cancer, included a 5K run or walk and a1K fun run that was held at Merrimack High School on Saturday, Sept. 24. The event fulfills a wish made by the late Erica Nicole Pombrio, a student in Merrimack schools who later fought ...

Mello nets 2 goals for U13 girls soccer

HB News

HB Cavs 2, Salem Strikers 1 The Cavs U13 girls team picked up a victory against Salem on the strength of two goals from Paige Mello. Madeleine Boudreau and McKenna Dunn each contributed an assist during the triumph. Derry Eagles 6, HB 1 It was a tough season opener for the Cavs U13 boys team ...

Gallery seeking art for holiday show

HB News

HOLLIS - Wild Salamander Creative Arts Center is seeking artwork for its fourth annual holiday art show, "Good Things Come in Small Packages." The Whitty Gallery is seeking original artwork in a small format - either 16 inches for the longest side, including frame and wire ...

Wild Salamander participating in fall events

HB News

HOLLIS - The Wild Salamander Creative Arts Center has a bountiful number of artful events planned this fall. On Saturday, Oct. 8, the Friends of the Brookline and Hollis Police Departments will hold a fundraiser event to raise money for items that have been placed on the departments' ...

First Fall Food & Wine Festival proves to be a hit

HB News

AMHERST - More than 400 people sampled wines, artisan cheeses, chocolates and other specialty foods at The Cabinet's first Fall Food & Wine Festival at LaBelle Winery on Sunday, Sept. 25. Vendors gave out small portions of hot fudge, mustards, olive oils, vinegars, crackers, jellies, ...

Colonial Garden Club celebrates 50th with President’s Tea

HB News

HOLLIS - The Colonial Garden Club of Hollis celebrated its 50th anniversary with a President's Tea at the Lawrence Barn on Tuesday, Sept. 13. The theme of 50 was evident throughout the event with a display of 50 teapots, 50 plants, 50 member garden photographs, 50 quotes and a slide show that ...

Hollis Town Band to perform at Apple Festival

HB News

The Hollis Apple Festival, sponsored by the Hollis Town Band and the Hollis Women's Club, will be held 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2, in Monument Square. In addition to apple crisp and apple pies served with Dr. Davis' Ice Cream, the Hollis Town Band will perform. One of the musical highlights of ...