News

‘Six years of waffle breakfasts’

Cabinet News

Milford Fire Capt. Mike Parkhurst shows off the custom-painted Harley-Davidson motorcycle recently donated to the Milford Fire Department by Stephen Talarico, of Milford, owner of Manchester-based DIRICO Motorcycles USA. The department will raffle off the bike at its annual Firemen’s Ball May ...

Clean up

Cabinet News

WILTON – The Community Center is sponsoring a volunteer Main Street Litter Clean Up Day on Sunday, April 22, Earth Day. Participants are asked to meet in Riverwalk parking area at 8 a.m. for assignments and collect orange vests and blue bags. Wear heavy gloves and shoes, use bug spray, and ...

Development Committee to remain all volunteer

Cabinet News

WILTON – The Economic Development Committee will continue for another year under the same charter – all volunteer with no budget. “We like it that way,” Chairman Jennifer Beck told the Select Board on Monday during a quarterly update. “We’re transparent.” The charter has three ...

World of wheels

Bedford News

AMHERST – Bicycles are so common we forget they weren’t always here and that the history of two-wheeled, human-powered transportation is long and complicated. Zip Zamarchi, from Eliot, Maine, was in Amherst recently to talk about bicycles and display some of his collection of antique ...

Chorus preps for spring concerts

Bedford News

New Hampshire Gay Men’s Chorus, whose membership, audiences, popularity, and demand for performances have increased significantly in recent years, consists of 40 singers, an artistic director, an accompanist, support staff and board of directors. The chorus is rehearsing for its 20th annual ...

Library to hold bike tuneup clinic

HB News

BROOKLINE – The Brookline Public Library will host John Burkitt and Marc Paquin of gate City bike Coop for a Bike Tuneup and Safety Clinic on Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m.-1:30 pm. For the first hour, John and Brookline Police Officer Rick Nicosia will speak about bike safety and rules ...

Hollis man joins Southern New Hampshire Medical Center

HB News

NASHUA – Southern New Hampshire Health announced the appointment of Timothy Scherer, MD, as chief medical officer of Southern New Hampshire Medical Center. Scherer, a Hollis resident and a board certified gastroenterologist, joins the Medical Center from Dartmouth Hitchcock-Nashua, where he ...

World of wheels

HB News

AMHERST – Bicycles are so common we forget they weren’t always here and that the history of two-wheeled, human-powered transportation is long and complicated. Zip Zamarchi, from Eliot, Maine, was in Amherst recently to talk about bicycles and display some of his collection of antique ...

Merrimack hotel staff raise money for health care facility

Merrimack News

WILTON – The employees at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Merrimack, a Roedel Companies property, have a good reason for dressing down each Friday and it has nothing to do with going casual. The staff runs an annual Dress Down Fridays campaign to raise money for different charities. ...

Garden club hosts talk on raised beds

Merrimack News

Grow It Green contributor, agricultural resource and UNH Cooperative Extension educator, Margaret Hagen will be presenting a program on “Raised Vegetable and Herb Garden Beds,” to the Merrimack Garden Club on Tuesday, April 24, at St. James Methodist Church. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and ...

Fish and Game: Take down bird feeders this spring

Merrimack News

CONCORD – As the winter season winds down and spring approaches, it is important to recognize that bears will become increasingly active throughout the state. Officials are asking the New Hampshire public to be both proactive and responsible and remove bird feeders and secure other backyard ...

MHS announces 2Q honor roll for 2017-18 school year

Merrimack News

Merrimack High has announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2017-18 school year. HIGH HONORS GRADE 9: Samuel Agnew, Rhylee Ashford, Robert Bevill, Victoria Bevill, Arianna Brisson, Vitalia Brock, Jacob Bunis, Matthew Chamberlain, Anthony Chinnici, Abbigail Cote, Paige ...

World of wheels

Merrimack News

AMHERST – Bicycles are so common we forget they weren’t always here and that the history of two-wheeled, human-powered transportation is long and complicated. Zip Zamarchi, from Eliot, Maine, was in Amherst recently to talk about bicycles and display some of his collection of antique ...

Armchair travel series ongoing at Merrimack library

Merrimack News

Merrimack Public Library Adult Services Associate Michele Ricca, left, admires an embroidered tryptich depicting iconic white elephants of Thailand, an artwork shared here by Pim Houlihan, a local for 17 years and a native of Thailand. Houlihan offered on Tuesday, March 27, a presentation about ...

Boys & Girls Club of the Souhegan Valley honors Houghton

Cabinet News

AMHERST – Four youth finalists were recognized at the Boys & Girls Club of the Souhegan Valley Youth of the Year and Community Awards, and one was selected as the winner to move closer to potentially becoming National Youth of the Year. Community members also were recognized in various ...

Alexakos nominted for state honor

Cabinet News

AMHERST – When she was growing up, Liz Alexakos wanted to be, first, a gymnast, later a pediatrician and still later, a psychologist. At Bates College she set her sights on international relations and took a double major in French and Japanese. But then came her pivotal junior year when ...

Milford kids to help with hurricane repairs

Cabinet News

MILFORD – It was a one-two punch that hit Spring, Texas last summer when Hurricane Harvey socked the Houston area. The devastating rains not only flooded houses up to their roofs, it also downed wires and set buildings on fire. Recovery is ongoing, and young people from Milford and ...

Hitchiner announcement a positive for community

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Voter approval in March of a tax exemption for new industrial buildings factored into the decision by Hitchiner Manufacturing Company to build a $50 million foundry in Milford. At a press conference last week featuring Gov. Chris Sununu, town, state and company officials talked ...

Wilton officials discuss vehicles

Cabinet News

WILTON – The Select Board dealt with a number of items at its regular meeting on April 9, from town hall sprinklers and town vehicles to finding a new building inspector. Public Works Director Jim Lavacchia said there are “some surplus vehicles” stored behind the town barn, and he would ...

Girl Scouts launch the Girl Scout Network on LinkedIn

Cabinet News

BEDFORD – Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains (GSGWM) is pleased to share the announcement that today Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) and LinkedIn launched the Girl Scout Network on LinkedIn (http://bit.ly/2Est508). Just a few days before Equal Pay Day on April 10, Girl Scouts and ...