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The way of the wolf

HB News

HOLLIS - "In every dog is the soul of a wolf, " goes the dog food commercial, and dog owners presumably warm to the message that their golden retriever or Lhasa apso has a wild side. Down through the ages, people have loved and hated this wild canine, with fear and prejudice ...

Seventh annual Merrimack Turkey Shoot a success

Merrimack News

THANK YOU, MERRIMACK! We had a record turnout of attendees at the Friends of the Merrimack Public Library's seventh annual Turkey Shoot: Night of Raffles and Fun, on Friday, Nov. 18 at Wasserman Park. Over 170 folks packed our new venue - the function hall at Wasserman Park - to listen to ...

YMCA of Greater Nashua receives $100K challenge grant

Merrimack News

A $100,000 Challenge. A long-time friend of the YMCA of Greater Nashua has offered a challenge: If they Y can raise $100,000 by Dec. 31, it will receive a $100,000 match. The challenge comes as part of the Y's larger effort to raise $4.275 million to support its programs by making an ...

The way of the wolf

Merrimack News

HOLLIS - "In every dog is the soul of a wolf, " goes the dog food commercial, and dog owners presumably warm to the message that their golden retriever or Lhasa apso has a wild side. Down through the ages, people have loved and hated this wild canine, with fear and prejudice ...

Meetinghouse a historic landmark

Cabinet News

MONT VERNON - In a town known for its unique, dog-shaped gravesite monument and a natural stone formation known as Frog Rock, a classically recognized landmark has garnered the attention of state historical officials. The New New Hamp­shire Division of Histori­cal Resources recently added ...

Selectman has suggestions for budget savings

Cabinet News

MILFORD - Towns pro­vide emergency services, and they're expected to keep roads in reasonably good repair, protect the environment and get rid of trash. But what else should they do? With the town Delib­erative Session about two months away, officials are working on keeping a flat budget ...

Firefighter honored at town tree lighting

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH - The new Christmas tree on the Village Common was lighted for the first time on Sunday, with the lights dedicated to Derek Lankowski, the fireman killed last March in a freak accident. The lights were turned on by his widow, Melissa Lankowski, after the ar­rival of Santa Claus ...

Friends of the Library auction off wreaths

Cabinet News

MILFORD - Some of the strangest, and also some of the most beautiful, hol­iday wreaths are now on display at the Wadleigh Memorial Library. They are part of the sixth annual Wreaths Around the Wadleigh hol­iday auction, the Friends' only fundraising event, supporting their activities for ...

Local students discover books on new website

Cabinet News

Fostering a love for reading MONT VERNON - Anne Detwiler believes it's her mission to foster the love of reading in young stu­dents so they become life­long readers and curious learners. An innovative website that has created an online community of young read­ers is helping Detwiler, the ...

Kiwanis provide cheer to local teens

Bedford News

MANCHESTER - The season of giving is here with Christmas day fast approaching. One segment of the population that is often overlooked during this time is teenagers. The Kiwanis Club of Manchester specifically seeks out this integral group to brighten their holidays. On Monday, Nov. 14, ...

Series focuses on economic issues facing the region

Bedford News

The economic climate of New Hampshire and the Souhegan Valley is changing and creating challenges to continued growth. A number of factors are affecting these changes, such as demographics, the business climate and the rural/suburban nature of the area and state. A speakers series will ...

Lurgio Middle School celebrates Red Ribbon Week

Bedford News

Lurgio Middle School celebrated its 10th annual Red Ribbon Week from Oct. 23-31. This year's campaign slogan was "YOLO so... be drug free." Members of the Students Against Destructive Decisions club made and distributed flyers and red ribbons to all teachers and their ...

Stories from the Kitchen

Bedford News

HOLLIS - A Banana Glamorizer or a Hokey Pokey Snowball Maker? How about a Saratoga Potato Chip Maker? For anyone who loves old kitchen gadgets, the Lawrence Barn was the place to be recently as dozens of wooden and metal items were displayed. They belong to Lou Greenstein, a culinary ...

Local youths performing in ‘A Christmas Carol’

HB News

MANCHESTER - The Palace Theatre in downtown Manchester is proud to present its annual production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," a heartwarming tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and Tiny Tim told with festive holiday songs and lively dance performed by a cast of professional ...

Hollis Luminary Stroll, Winter Holiday Concert set for Dec. 10

HB News

Every village is proud of their common and Hollis has one of the prettiest in the state. We take pride in our beautiful Monument Square with the white historic buildings surrounding it. To celebrate the beauty of our square this holiday season, the Hollis Woman's Club, Hollis Brookline ...

Series focuses on economic issues facing the region

HB News

The economic climate of New Hampshire and the Souhegan Valley is changing and creating challenges to continued growth. A number of factors are affecting these changes, such as demographics, the business climate and the rural/suburban nature of the area and state. A speakers series will ...

HB High School presents not your typical ‘Alice in Wonderland’

HB News

This is not the typical story of "Alice In Wonderland." This show's playwright and co-director, Greg Parker, wrote it that way. Rather than Alice (Caroline Kroeger) being young and naive, she has grown into her twenties and made millions off of a kid's television show based ...

Stories from the Kitchen

HB News

HOLLIS - A Banana Glamorizer or a Hokey Pokey Snowball Maker? How about a Saratoga Potato Chip Maker? For anyone who loves old kitchen gadgets, the Lawrence Barn was the place to be recently as dozens of wooden and metal items were displayed. They belong to Lou Greenstein, a culinary ...

Series focuses on economic issues facing the region

Merrimack News

The economic climate of New Hampshire and the Souhegan Valley is changing and creating challenges to continued growth. A number of factors are affecting these changes, such as demographics, the business climate and the rural/suburban nature of the area and state. A speakers series will ...