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Potential 2020 presidential candidate visits New Hampshire

Cabinet News

GOFFSTOWN – Eric Holder told an audience at Saint Anselm College Friday he may or may not run for president in 2020, but his main goal for now is to battle gerrymandering. Holder served as the 82nd U.S. attorney general from 2009 to 2015 in the administration of President Barack Obama. He ...

It’s the weather, and the other guy

Cabinet News

All the excuses you need to know so you can feel better about yourself while paying outrageous prices to fix your car. Viable Excuse No. 1: It’s the weather ... and the other guy. Mechanical things break down and wear out. Electronics when subject to salt water and vibration fail. Here in ...

Milford High School Honor Roll

Cabinet News

Milford High School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 2017-18 school year. HIGH HONORS GRADE 9: Annalisa Adkins, Allison Bugler, Grace Carpenter, Sarah Chase, Jessica Constantine, Jacob Dube, Erica Faucher, Julia Greer, Gabriella Guarniere, Christina Horne, Erin ...

Youth company to present ‘Last Five Years’

Cabinet News

MILFORD – “The Last Five Years,” a musical rarely performed in New Hampshire, is being brought to the stage by The Riverbend Youth Company on June 29, 30 and July 1 at the Amato Center for the Performing Arts, 56 Mont Vernon St. “The Last 5 Years,” by Tony Award-winning composer and ...

Fast News for June 7

Cabinet News

Fired administrator sues: Guy Scaife was the Milford town administrator for several years until 2014 when he left to become the town manager of Rocky Hill, Connecticut. Two years later, he left Rocky Hill for Meriden, Connecticut, where he was city manager until December when the town council ...

Taxpayer waste

Cabinet News

You’ve heard of Tom Price resigning from HHS for luxury travel? Well, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt is wasting our taxpayer dollars, too. In fact, Pruitt is facing three separate investigations for misusing taxpayer money and illegally lobbying, including spending ...

BCTV weekly meeting schedule features town council, planning board

Bedford News

The live meetings on BCTV channel 22 next week will be a Planning Board meeting on Monday, June 11 and a Town Council meeting on Wednesday, June 13. On BCTV channel 23, there will be a School Board meeting on Monday, June 11. All events will begin at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted. All archived ...

Members First Credit Union hosts casual Friday to benefit CASA

Bedford News

MANCHESTER – Members First Credit Union employees take casual day seriously. Each Friday, employees give $5 to dress down in jeans and other casual attire to support local charities. Members First recently donated $470 from the Casual Friday Fund to CASA of NH – Court Appointed Special ...

Bedford group helping to create ‘WISE’ seniors

Bedford News

As Director of Community Relations for The Arbors of Bedford, now a Benchmark Senior Living memory care community, Paula Whittier meets daily with families and seniors who are confused about everything from veteran’s benefits to medical care planning. “Aging is not easy,” said ...

Granite United Way celebrates community leaders

Bedford News

MANCHESTER – Granite United Way hosted its Southern Region Annual Celebration recently. The evening was filled with award presentations for donors, agency and corporate partners and volunteers. The event was sponsored by the Catholic Medical Center, The Provident Bank, NH Healthy Families, ...

Bedford Women’s Club celebrates another good year

Bedford News

During its annual Spring Luncheon held May 17, the Bedford Women’s Club celebrated its charitable donations to organizations which impact Bedford residents. It also installed the 2018-19 officers and directors. The Bedford Women’s Club held their final luncheon of the year in the Carriage ...

Brookline man named mortgage loan officer at Bangor Savings Bank

HB News

BROOKLINE – Thomas Ouellette has joined Bangor Savings Bank as a mortgage loan officer, bringing over 25 years of experience to his new role. He began his banking career as a loan collector at Indian Head Bank. Most recently, Thomas served as vice president of Mortgage Lending at Granite ...

The League of NH Craftsmen select ‘Peace’ as 31st annual ornament

HB News

CONCORD – The League of New Hampshire Craftsmen’s 2018 annual Ornament is Peace, hand-made from porcelain white clay and stoneware by juried member Sibel Alpaslan. It is the first annual ornament to be made from clay. The limited edition ornament features a dove spanning over a ring and ...

Wild and scenic designation approved for area rivers

HB News

In a clean sweep, eleven riverfront communities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire all voted “yes” at their annual Town Meetings to accept the “Nashua, Squannacook and Nissitissit Rivers Stewardship Plan” locally-developed by the Nashua River Wild and Scenic River Study Committee, ...

Local residents win award at Zootopia 2018 gala event

HB News

Zoo New England’s annual Zootopia gala, presented by Citizens Bank recently, raised $485,000 to support Franklin Park and Stone Zoos’ education programs and conservation efforts around the world and locally. Hollis residents, Peggy and David Gilmour, received Zoo New England’s ...

Into the woods

HB News

HOLLIS – Children have always known that woodlands are full of enchantment. Adults can feel some of that magic on Wednesday mornings, during one of the wildflower hikes offered seasonally by Beaver Brook Nature Center. The nonprofit conservation and nature education center has more than ...

Merrimack High School’s top 10 seniors for 2018

Merrimack News

No. 1 – Sara Wozniak After four fulfilling years at Merrimack High School, I am very pleased to say that I will be attending North Carolina State University, where I will major in engineering and minor in Chinese. This career choice has been influenced by the many amazing teachers and ...

Merrimack summer farmers market opens for the season

Merrimack News

Ripe and juicy tomatoes locally grown along with a wide variety of other offerings produced from a community of local farmers, dairymen and craftsmen will be showcased at the upcoming Merrimack Farmers Market. The debut of this season’s summer market will take place 3-6 p.m., on Wednesday, ...