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Break in main leaves area downtown without water

Cabinet News

WILTON – A break in a water main on Wednesday, Feb. 1, left the downtown area without water. The break was discovered about 3 p.m. near the post office. The water was shut off to repair the break, and service was restored Thursday, Feb. 2, to Main Street stores, Edgewater Estates ...

Nothing but respect for Rotch

Cabinet News

Is there anyone in the Souhegan Valley over a certain age who didn’t know Bill Rotch, or in so very many cases, hasn’t worked for Bill Rotch? If you were a reader of The Cabinet anytime from the mid-1940s to the early 2000s, you’ve read his columns or his ...

Philosopher talks science of happiness

Cabinet News

AMHERST – Why is the United States never in the top 10 in worldwide surveys of happiness? Can money buy happiness? And what is happiness? Maria Sanders, who teaches philosophy at Plymouth State University, has been tackling those weighty questions for years. The “Quest for ...

Wilton forum focuses on US Constitution

Cabinet News

WILTON – The most important words in the United States Constitution are the first three: “We the People.” “We, the people, need to know the Constitution,” John Greabe said on Saturday. “The lack of civic knowledge (in the general ...

Studying STEM; Future is laser bright for potential engineers

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Lively groups of fourth-graders at Heron Pond Elementary School enjoyed two STEM presentations on Wednesday, Feb. 1. The event gave them the chance to learn about opportunities for future careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The kids designed small ...

Wilton Fire Department has lengthy history

Cabinet News

Small-town fire departments were frequently created after a disastrous fire proved one was needed. Wilton was no exception. Most of the Main Street business section burned in December 1874. The town had a hand pumper, purchased by the residents of East Wilton (now downtown) prior to 1870, but ...

Keep condo conflict out of court: ‘Mediate, don’t litigate’

Bedford News

No one wants strife in their life. We especially want peace where we live. Conflict may be inevitable (in the proximity of community association living), but combat is optional. Disputes in community associations are disagreements among people. Disagreements can arise among homeowners, ...

Injury treatment center welcomes Dr. Pete Viteritti

Bedford News

BEDFROD - Brian Looney, DPT, DC, CSCS, owner and founder of Advanced Injury Treatment Center, southern New Hampshire's premier provider of physical therapy and chiropractic care, is excited to announce that Dr. Pete Viteritti, MS, DC, has joined the practice and is currently seeing patients. ...

The Cup is finally found

Bedford News

What cup you ask? Why it's the Bedford Cup from the annual Bedford mixed doubles tennis tournament that ran for 12 years (1975-87). It disappeared in 1987 after the last tournament. If you live in town from 1975-87, enjoyed tennis, no matter your skill level you had to participate in this ...

Watching for the Sky show

Bedford News

LYNDEBOROUGH - It's hard to think of a more romantic meeting story: Regina Conrad and Paul Hider first met on an eclipse-watching cruise in the South Pacific in 2005. She was living in New York. He lived in New Hampshire. Their wedding favors were flat plastic eye protectors for viewing the ...

Chili/chowder cook-off set for Feb.19

HB News

BROOLINE - Brookline's second annual Chili/Chowder/Soup Cook-Off was a great success! What a crowd we had! About 300 visitors packed the room where 14 professionals and amateurs brought the best chilis and soups we ever tasted. The event was so successful that some competitors ran out of ...

NH Audubon Society needs help with statewide bird survey

HB News

CONCORD - New Hampshire Audubon's Backyard Winter Bird Survey is celebrating 30 years of tracking the state's winter birds, and biologists need assistance from residents to get a clear picture of what's really happening with the birds. The survey will take place Saturday-Sunday, Feb. ...

How to avoid computer vision syndrome at work and home

HB News

The most important thing you can do to prevent or treat computer vision problems is to have a comprehensive eye exam. According to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, computer users should have an eye exam before they start working on a computer and once a year ...

Sixth annual Nor’Easters Snowmobile Club Pink Ride Feb. 11

HB News

On Saturday, Feb. 11, the Hollis Nor'Easters Snowmobile Club will host the sixth annual 2017 Pink Ride - one of the biggest snowmobile rides in New Hampshire. Our 2017 fund raising goal is $25,000 - if we reach our 2017 goal of $25,000 we will have raised in six years over $100,000 for the ...

Watching for the Sky show

HB News

LYNDEBOROUGH - It's hard to think of a more romantic meeting story: Regina Conrad and Paul Hider first met on an eclipse-watching cruise in the South Pacific in 2005. She was living in New York. He lived in New Hampshire. Their wedding favors were flat plastic eye protectors for viewing the ...