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Expanded fire house on Milford warrant

Cabinet News

MILFORD – A plan for a bigger and better fire station will be the star of the show next year when residents vote on town spending. Monday night, selectmen decided unanimously to put a $3.8 million proposal to expand and upgrade the station on the town warrant for 2018. The 43-year-old ...

Milford High School Honor Roll

Cabinet News

Milford High School has announced its honor roll for the first quarter of the 2017-18 school year. HIGH HONORS GRADE 9: Cassidy Arrasmith, Ryan Baer, Grace Carpenter, Paxton Chappell, Sarah Chase, Rachel Gizzonio, Heather Hager, Colby Hayner, Christina Horne, Madison Howard, Erin Jasper, ...

Holiday Stroll

Cabinet News

Decorated trees fill the rotunda of the Wilton Public-Gregg Free Library. This elegant gentleman tree, one of 18 decorated by community businesses and organizations, was decorated by Putnam’s Clothing Store on Main Street.

Lyndeborough road plan set

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – At the suggestion of the Highway Advisory Committee, the Board of Selectmen has set the road paving plan for 2018. The schedule includes work on New Road (Meetinghouse Hill), Baldwin Hill Road and Center Road from the town hall east as far as funds permit. The rest of that ...

Fast News for Dec. 14

Cabinet News

Calendar venues MILFORD – The Milford Historical Society still has 2018 calendars filled with photos of the town’s past, like this one of Hayward Farms on Elm Street, circa 1950. They can be purchased at Hometown Insurance, The Garden Party, J.M. Princewell, The Frame Depot, Union ...

Town of Milford earns recycling award

Cabinet News

The town of Milford presented the Milford Recycling Award to Diane Varney-Parker this year. Twelve years ago, Varney-Parker and a small group of students began the Milford Middle School Recycling Club. In 2008, she was instrumental in the school being awarded the Northeast Resource Recovery ...

Bus Safety

Cabinet News

Souhegan School Board chairman and Mont Vernon Village School bus driver Howard Brown teaches Mont Vernon kindergarten and first grade students bus safety during a visit to the school on Nov. 8.

Amherst PTA looking for talent to go ‘Under the Sea’

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 ...

Celebrate Christmas in Hollis with stroll, holiday concert

HB News

Luminaria Stroll and Winter Holiday Concert HOLLIS – Imagine 3,600 glowing paper lanterns lining the streets of historic Hollis center. A majestic twinkling tree and carols filling the air create a magical backdrop to the community holiday celebration. On Saturday, Dec. 9, the town comes ...

BCAF accepting grant applications

HB News

MANCHESTER – The Bishop’s Charitable Assistance Fund is now accepting applications for grants to be awarded early in 2018. Applicants should submit a completed application and all required information no later than close of business on Dec. 13. Information and an application are available ...

New Girl Scouts alumnae group

HB News

BEDFORD – Tricia Casey, director of advancement at Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains announced Monday the launch of its new Alumnae Association, open to any adult who is, or ever has been, a registered Girl Scout. The association is free to join and offers members the opportunity ...

Tickets on sale for murder mystery dinner show

Merrimack News

Join the Merrimack Parks & Recreation and the Murder Mystery Company on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018 for a professionally catered Murder Mystery Dinner Show. This is the perfect gift idea for Valentine’s Day, the holidays, yourself, or the birthday present for that person who has ...

People helping people

Bedford News

MILFORD – For some of us, the lucky ones, home is a sweet word, and our homes are as necessary to our psychic health as air and water to our bodies. For thousands of people from places like Syria and Afghanistan caught up in the ongoing refugee crisis and living in tents or grim metal ...

People helping people

HB News

MILFORD – For some of us, the lucky ones, home is a sweet word, and our homes are as necessary to our psychic health as air and water to our bodies. For thousands of people from places like Syria and Afghanistan caught up in the ongoing refugee crisis and living in tents or grim metal ...

People helping people

Merrimack News

MILFORD – For some of us, the lucky ones, home is a sweet word, and our homes are as necessary to our psychic health as air and water to our bodies. For thousands of people from places like Syria and Afghanistan caught up in the ongoing refugee crisis and living in tents or grim metal ...

Holiday happenings in Greater Bedford

Bedford News

‘Lights on the Hill’ event this weekend CANDIA – Celebrate Christmas at the 21st annual “Lights on the Hill” from 1-8 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 9. Activities happen in historic 19th century buildings beginning at the corner of Route 27 (High Street) and South Road in Candia (Exit 3 off ...

BCTV weekly schedule

Bedford News

Next week on BCTV the live meetings on channel 22 will be a Conservation Commission meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 12, a Town Council meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 13 and a Water and Sewer Advisory Committee meeting on Thursday, Dec. 14 at 7:45 a.m. On channel 23, there will be a School Board meeting on ...

BCAF accepting grant applications

Bedford News

MANCHESTER – The Bishop’s Charitable Assistance Fund is now accepting applications for grants to be awarded early in 2018. Applicants should submit a completed application and all required information no later than close of business on Dec. 13. Information and an application are available ...

New Girl Scouts alumnae association

Bedford News

BEDFORD – Tricia Casey, director of advancement at Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains announced Monday the launch of its new Alumnae Association, open to any adult who is, or ever has been, a registered Girl Scout. The association is free to join and offers members the opportunity ...

Knights of Columbus, local church donate $12K to food bank

Bedford News

MANCHESTER – The BedfordKnights of Columbus and members of St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in Bedford recently joined together to raise $12,215 during their 2017 Turkey Drive to support the New Hampshire Food Bank, a program of Catholic Charities New Hampshire. The Bedford Knights of ...