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Fast News For April 12

Cabinet News

Drive-in opening MILFORD – The Milford Drive-In Theatre will open for the season this Friday evening, April 13, at dusk. The twin-screen drive-in is looking for seasonal help and will be accepting applications between 6 and 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, at 531 Elm St. One of only a few ...

Souhegan High School Honor Roll

Cabinet News

Souhegan High School in Amherst has announced its honor roll for the second trimester of the 2017-18 school year. ––– HIGHEST HONORS GRADE 9: Molly Atkinson, Mona Blake, Bailey Burke, Hannah Carroll, Paige Colby, Abigail Conard, Zachary Cotter, Emily Drake, Delaney Facques, Braden ...

New exhibit set to open at Carey House Museum

Cabinet News

“We are not makers of history. We are made by history.” – Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ––– MILFORD – From advancements in technology to the harrowing story of a late 1800s bank robbery and some noted “extraordinary” local residents, the Milford Historical Society’s ...

Wilton officials are dealing with a ‘mess’

Cabinet News

WILTON – Town officials will form a committee to find a new town administrator as quickly as possible. In the meantime, they are coping with what Selectboard Member Kermit Williams termed “a mess.” About 30 residents with a variety of concerns attended the three-hour regular meeting of ...

Leishman looks at restarting scenic rail service

Cabinet News

WILTON – When Stuart Draper started the Wilton Scenic Railroad in 2003, many people were delighted. The seasonal tourist train ran seven days a week between Wilton and Greenfield. Its forested route went by Zephyr Lake and over the highest rail trestle in New Hampshire. Passengers could ...

Field trips and more

Bedford News

The Merrimack Parks and Recreation Department now offers Camp Trek, an innovative Teen Adventure Camp in addition to its traditional Naticook Day Camp, located at Wasserman Park, 116 Naticook Road. Camp Trek, open to town residents and also to non- residents, was launched last year and ...

HB students show support, send cards to Parkland teens

HB News

Hollis Brookline Rotary Interact students wrote 160 heartfelt cards, some with amazing artwork, to the students and staff at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Knowing how overwhelmed the recipients have been, these students wanted to express their caring thoughts and wishes for a ...

Merrimack Garden Club opens 2018 growing season

Merrimack News

Merrimack’s Tom Hanlon, a former Army radio relay specialist with six years of service during the Vietnam era and time in the National Guard, displays some of the produce that he and his wife, Ellie, grow in the garden plots he annually tends at the Merrimack Community Garden.

Wilton admin resigns

Cabinet News

WILTON – Town Administrator Scott Butcher and Administrative Assistant Pam Atwood resigned abruptly in the middle of a meeting of the Select Board on Monday, leaving no personnel in the selectmen’s office. While tensions in town hall have been rising, especially since town meeting and the ...

New Digest for March 30

Bedford News

Volunteers, sponsors sought for Wounded Warrior softball camp: Manchester – Twenty children between 8 and 12 years old from around the nation, who have undergone an amputation or have a missing limb, will participate in weeklong, daily softball camp. The camp will take place at Southern New ...

Field trips and more

HB News

The Merrimack Parks and Recreation Department now offers Camp Trek, an innovative Teen Adventure Camp in addition to its traditional Naticook Day Camp, located at Wasserman Park, 116 Naticook Road. Camp Trek, open to town residents and also to non- residents, was launched last year and ...

Field trips and more

Merrimack News

The Merrimack Parks and Recreation Department now offers Camp Trek, an innovative Teen Adventure Camp in addition to its traditional Naticook Day Camp, located at Wasserman Park, 116 Naticook Road. Camp Trek, open to town residents and also to non- residents, was launched last year and ...

Keno will be available soon at Pasta Loft

Cabinet News

MILFORD – The Pasta Loft will be the first local bar or restaurant to offer the electronic bingo-like game called Keno. On Election Day, Milford voters approved a petition article to allow the game, one of the 71 communities in New Hampshire that had the question on their town meeting ...

School district, town election results for Bedford

Bedford News

(* = Elected) • Town 2,448 ballots were cast; 14 percent) • Article 1: Election of Town Offices Town Council (three-year term) Julio C. Nunez - 525 votes Emma Carole Paradis - 695 *Melissa Stevens - 1,160 Matt Sullivan - 679 *Bill Duschatko - 997 *Phil Greazzo - 819 Trustee ...

Scholars

HB News

BATES COLLEGE The following local students were named to the fall 2017 dean’s list at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. FROM HOLLS: Lindsey Beauregard. ––– BOB JONES UNIVERSITY The Bob Jones University Alumni Association recently recognized the following local students as ...

Scholars

Merrimack News

BOB JONES UNIVERSITY The Bob Jones University Alumni Association recently Vorrapon Jirakasemnukul, a freshman fashion design major, as generation Legacy Student. In order to be eligible, students must have at least one parent who graduated from BJU. Graduating legacy students are presented ...

Local man prefers old-fashioned way of making maple syrup

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – Making maple syrup has become a high-tech industry. The newest in gleaming evaporators have numerous bells and whistles to keep track of temperature, sap density and any other factor that might be wanted. The syrup makers have a dozen grades of syrup and produce sugar, maple ...

American Red Cross and Unitil host 2018 Everyday Heroes Awards

Bedford News

CONCORD – The New Hampshire and Vermont Region of the American Red Cross and Unitil are once again honoring heroes in New Hampshire by celebrating “everyday people” and the heroic things they do in their communities. The Everyday Heroes Awards are celebrated all over the country and ...

Dollars For Scholars taking applications

HB News

Local high school seniors are encouraged to apply for available scholarships from the local Hollis/Brookline chapter of Dollars for Scholars, a community-based, volunteer-run organization that aims to help students achieve their educational goals by raising scholarship funds, establishing ...

Merrimack man joins physical therapy office

Merrimack News

BEDFORD – Family Physical Therapy Services announced today James Goodwin, PTA, CSCS has joined the practice’s clinical staff as a physical therapist assistant and director of injury prevention and sport performance programs. Goodwin, a Merrimack resident, is a licensed PTA in ...