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Milford United Methodist Church Chancel Choir Christmas Concert

HB News

Milford United Methodist Church will present “Come and See” its 2018 Christmas Concert directed by its new Music Director, Jennifer Erdody on Sunday, December 16. In addition to the Concert Choir, Bell Choir, MUMC Band, and Praise Band, MUMC alumni Emily Getchell-Lacey and Katrina Feraco ...

The Power of Acceptance: Pain Vs. Suffering

HB News

The other night, as I was planning my talk for an upcoming mindfulness workshop, I stumbled across that Longfellow quote in a favorite book. When I read it, I was reminded of the power of acceptance and its important role in helping to create an ideal life. You see, most of the time, we’re ...

A look back at the ice storm of 2008

HB News

On the morning of Dec. 12, 2008, people over much of New England and upstate New York woke up to a changed world. Overnight, freezing rain fell on trees, twigs, branches and utility wires, and everything was encased in silvery ice. The ice-laden trees, branches and poles fell over roads, ...

Amy LaBelle, co-owner and winemaker, honored

Merrimack News

Amy LaBelle, LaBelle Winery’s founder, co-owner and winemaker, was honored with the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day Excellence in Business award on Friday, Nov. 16 at the Inaugural Women’s Entrepreneurship Day New Hampshire’s High Tea in Henniker, New Hampshire. Heidi Solomon, a member ...

BAE Systems volunteers

Merrimack News

BAE Systems volunteered at the Front Door Agency, a non-profit organization that invests in New Hampshire individuals and families as they transition from crisis to self-sufficiency, in Nashua, N.H. to help children make crafts and decorate for the holidays on Wednesday, Nov. 28.

Merrimack Historical Society Seeking Photos

Merrimack News

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. ❖ Merrimack Drive in ...

A look back at the ice storm of 2008

Merrimack News

On the morning of Dec. 12, 2008, people over much of New England and upstate New York woke up to a changed world. Overnight, freezing rain fell on trees, twigs, branches and utility wires, and everything was encased in silvery ice. The ice-laden trees, branches and poles fell over roads, ...

Deck the Halls

Cabinet News

Laura Bull, left, and Carla Boudreau, members of Milford’s Friends of the Library, show off two of the dozens of wreaths to be auctioned during the Wreaths Around the Wadleigh fundraiser. Bull is holding one from an anonymous donor, and Boudreau has an adults-only wreath she made. They will ...

School changes too fast?

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Two Milford school principals said they are concerned that changes that are part of a proposed budget for next year are happening too quickly. Answering questions from the Advisory Budget Committee at a four-hour meeting Nov. 17, Milford High School Principal Brad Craven said ...

Fire destroys Wilton home

Cabinet News

WILTON – A wood stove apparently set off a fire that destroyed a home on Abbot Hill Road on Thanksgiving Day, killing the residents’ dog. No one was home when the fire started at 259 Abbott Hill Road, not far from the entrance to the Pine Hill Waldorf School. The house is set back from ...

Man pleads not guilty in Thanksgiving Day murder

Cabinet News

NASHUA – Facing a charge of second-degree murder for the death of Brandon Kluz in Amherst, Bryson Peluso on Friday entered a plea of not guilty before Judge Charles Temple. Peluso, 27, is charged with shooting Kluz, 23, with a handgun at approximately 1 a.m. Thursday at 19 Baboosic Lake ...

Benefit concert slated for 7 p.m. on Dec. 8

Cabinet News

MILFORD – The Murphy-Clark Band and the Stoller family will present a Christmas concert in the Congregational Church Parish House on Union Street on Dec. 8 at 7 p.m., with proceeds benefiting the Corey Frederick Stoller Memorial Scholarship. The Murphy- Clark Band is a six-piece modern ...

Author talk set for Dec. 8

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Julie Boardman, author of Death in the White Mountains, will present a program based on her book at the Toadstool Bookshop in Milford at 3 p.m. on Dec. 8. Published by Bondcliff Books of Littleton, Death in the White Mountains is the first book to focus on fatalities in the entire ...

Ice is Nice

Cabinet News

Zachary Williamson clears snow off the Milford ice rink. Williamson and about a dozen other volunteers installed the liner. The earliest Milford skaters have ever been able to use the Shepard Park rink was between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Despite the rink’s shallow water, at least four or ...

Getting Ready for Spring

Cabinet News

Recreation Commission members Paul Bartolomucci, left, and John Murphy were building a new dugout at Milford’s Shepard Park recently, with the help of Alex Berry, son of Recreation Director Arene Berry.

Holiday shopping in Milford Saturday

Cabinet News

MILFORD – The Christmas shopping season is in full swing and already some of us are tired of battling traffic and crowded stores. This Saturday it will be easy find some unusual gift items and support local churches and other worthwhile organizations without going far. The Jingle Downtown ...

Where’s Wanda? Holiday shopping in Milford Saturday

Cabinet News

WILTON – The Economic Development Committee is promoting the launch of the town’s new website (www.wiltonnh.gov) with a fun contest – “Where’s Wanda?” Ten photos of “Wanda” and her faithful dog “Winnie” have been Photoshopped into pictures of Wilton on the website. Locate ...

Meet ‘Wanda’ artist Grace Keller

Cabinet News

WILTON – Grace Keller, a 13-year-old eighth grade student at WLC Middle School, has, she said, “been drawing most of my life, but not seriously until about third grade.” She is the creator of “Wanda,” the subject of a contest launching the town’s new website. A drawing of Wanda ...

Wilton Select Board gets updates on MAAC

Cabinet News

WILTON – The contract with Milford Area Communications Center, upgrading the town’s assessing software and the ongoing contention between the board and the town treasurer filled a short meeting of the Select Board on Monday. They also swore in new Police Officer Matt Holland, who has ...

Fast News For Nov. 29

Cabinet News

Recounts overturns results MONT VERNON – A recount team in the state archives in Concord overturned the Election Day result for House District 5, a floterial district for Mont Vernon and New Boston. The recount gives Democrat Donna Mombourquette the seat, according to the Concord Monitor. ...