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Broderick: New attitude needed when dealing with mental health

Cabinet News

WILTON – John T. Broderick Jr., former Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, is on a mission to change the culture and people’s attitudes surrounding mental illness. “When I was growing up,” he told the students at the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High School on ...

Shooting penalties target town of Milford

Cabinet News

MILFORD – The prime sponsor of a proposed state law that would penalize towns that try to control gun use on town property says the lack of penalties encourages local officials to violate a state statute. State Rep. J.R. Hoell, (R-Dunbarton) and nine other Republican lawmakers introduced ...

Chorus Entertains Seniors

Cabinet News

The Milford High School Chorus recently entertained the Milford Area Seniors in town hall, where senior citizens meet each Tuesday for games and entertainment and to hear speakers on topics of interest. Treasurer Bill Andrews presented a check to Jennifer Erdody, music director in support of ...

Visit from Santa

Cabinet News

Santa Claus was transported to the Milford Oval by fire truck and then escorted to the gazebo by elves Tricia Shea and Beth San Martino during the Milford Lions Club’s annual Santa on the Oval party earlier this month.

Breakfast with Santa

Cabinet News

OnDec. 9, the Milford Recreation Department hosted its first Breakfast with Santa event in which 101 tickets were sold. Everyone enjoyed pancakes, sausages, fruit and donuts, complete with a visit from Santa and his Elf. The Milford Recreation Department would like to thank Papa Joes for the ...

Fast News for Dec. 21

Cabinet News

Forums canceled Two public forums in Amherst and Mont Vernon scheduled for this week to explains how school consolidation would take place have been canceled. Instead, attorneys from the firm of Soule, Leslie and Kidder were scheduled to give an update on consolidation to the SAU board on ...

Lighting the Way

Cabinet News

A luminaria, decorated by an elementary school student, sits on the wall in front of the Masonic Temple in Milford. The annual event was sponsored by the Wilton Main Street Association, as well as the Community Center. The Main Street group started the event four years ago, in partnership with ...

Jan. 4 program set

Cabinet News

On Thursday, Jan. 4, the Amherst Garden Club welcomes Paul Koehler and his presentation on “Sustainable Landscape Design.” Paul’s program on landscape design will cover conservation of natural resources, environmental impact awareness, performing a sustainability audit, design ...

Students of the Month

Cabinet News

December Student of the Month at Florence Rideout Elementary School are Cassidy Emmons – from Cathy Hamilton’s third-grade Class and Jason Caragher – from Mrs. Sappet’s third-grade class.

Auditions set for Jan. 2-3

Cabinet News

AMHERST – The Amherst Parent-Teacher Association is inviting kids and adults ‘under the sea’ for auditions for its 66th annual PTA play. In April 2018, the PTA will present Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” for its largest fundraiser, which generates upwards of $15,000 for vital ...

New 6th through 12th grade charter school to open in Manchester

Cabinet News

MANCHESTER – Kreiva Academy Public Charter School will be opening its doors in Manchester for the 2018-19 school year. Kreiva Academy, a grade 6-12 school, is set to open with 144 students, spanning all grades its first year. Kreiva Academy Public Charter School was awarded a $150,000 ...

Leaders help enhance student success in area

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Milford High School is working with multiple community champions to enhance student success. Alene Candles headquarters is located in Milford. Heidi Ebol, the human resource director, has spearheaded six internship placements within their organization, including those in computer ...

Front row seat

HB News

MILFORD – Bob Hug had a front-row seat to rock ‘n’ roll history and has the photos, and their contact sheets, to prove it. In the mid-1970s, San Francisco was the place to be for music lovers and Hug wound up studying photography at the San Francisco Academy of Art. He took his ...

Front row seat

Merrimack News

MILFORD – Bob Hug had a front-row seat to rock ‘n’ roll history and has the photos, and their contact sheets, to prove it. In the mid-1970s, San Francisco was the place to be for music lovers and Hug wound up studying photography at the San Francisco Academy of Art. He took his 35mm ...

Tick watch: Beware of the bugs when temps are warm

Bedford News

Black-legged ticks – deer ticks – that carry Lyme disease are out there and still active. Tick season remains in force in Merrimack, Bedford, Hollis and Brookline, along with most other Southern New Hampshire towns, which until this week, had experienced a temperate start to the ...

Merrimack VFW craft fair funds fuel annual scholarships

Merrimack News

By LORETTA JACKSON Exquisite gifts rendered by hand, as in years gone by, included knitted sweaters, beaded jewelry and bakery so fresh the crusty fruit crisps seemed to be hearth-baked instead of quick-baked in a modern oven. The offerings were well appreciated by holiday shoppers at an ...

Front row seat

Bedford News

MILFORD – Bob Hug had a front-row seat to rock ‘n’ roll history and has the photos, and their contact sheets, to prove it. In the mid-1970s, San Francisco was the place to be for music lovers and Hug wound up studying photography at the San Francisco Academy of Art. He took his 35mm ...

Tick watch: Beware of the bugs when temps are warm

HB News

Black-legged ticks – deer ticks – that carry Lyme disease are out there and still active. Tick season remains in force in Merrimack, Bedford, Hollis and Brookline, along with most other Southern New Hampshire towns, which until this week, had experienced a temperate start to the ...

Thanks for Giving raises $85K

Bedford News

BEDFORD – The annual Thanks For Giving event held at all T-BONES and Cactus Jack’s restaurants raised $85,000, a record total for the unique fundraiser that gives a $10 dining coupon back for every $5 donation received. The annual fundraiser started in 2005, and has now raised an ...

Enter 2018 Top Dog contest

Bedford News

To enter the Top Dog Contest, email one photo ( as a PDF or JPEG/TIFF file) of your top dog to Lori Radke, Town Clerk at lradke@bedfordnh.org. Submissions will be accepted through Friday, Dec. 29. The winner is selected by the town employees and will be announced in mid-January. The winning ...