Opinion

Wilton Town Hall Theatre to go digital thanks to you

Cabinet Editorials

Good for you, Wilton Town Hall Theatre supporters. According to theater owner Dennis Markeverich, your generosity has enabled him to convert the larger of his two screening rooms to digital and that will enable him to continue to get some first-run movies. For now, he’ll keep the ...

Water under the Milford stone bridge

Cabinet Editorials

100 years ago, 1914 Snowshoeing was said to be a favorite pasttime over the hills and dales of Mont Vernon. Many attended the military ball in Lyndeborough with music by the Nevers Orchestra, of Concord. It was reported that the splendid concert that would have been immensely enjoyed by all ...

Vote no on both Warrant Articles 26 and 40 in Amherst

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: The current Amherst Cemetery Fields play grounds on Merrimack Road, are to be returned to their original, intended purpose on Sept. 1, for use as an Amherst Public Cemetery, in accordance with a 1999 New Hampshire Superior Court settlement agreed to by the town of Amherst. ...

Vote no on Brox Article 21 on Milford ballot

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: Milford voters ought to vote “no” on the Brox Property Article 21 that would authorize reopening the gravel pit that’s been closed for 20 years and would destroy 70-year-old hilly forests and is close to Heron Pond School. Why vote no? The Budget ...

Amherst playing fields … other alternatives

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: We have exhausted our options in the approval process for Acorn Fields in Amherst. Our applications to the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustments have been unsuccessful because of current zoning restrictions. Our offer to lease the fields to the Selectmen has been ...

Representative Ruth Heden an asset for Milford

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: I cannot say enough about what an asset our state Representative Ruth Heden is, to the Milford community. I have been involved in an issue regarding the development where I live. I wrote to many legislators, and heard back from all, except for the one state representative I ...

No lighting on Bean Field in Amherst

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: This is a petition submitted to the Amherst Selectmen and will be submitted to the School and Zoning boards. We, the undersigned residents of Amherst, N.H., are concerned about the recent efforts by the Amherst Recreation Department, with the consent of the Amherst School ...

Why is the death penalty wrong?

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: There seems to be a movement in New Hampshire to outlaw the death penalty. Some have even written letters explaining that the death penalty is just not right based upon their religious beliefs. They feel that society through an elected government does not have the right to ...

Bedford School District gets most bang for its buck

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: I am running for School Board because I believe that education is the most important gift we can give to the next generation. A good education will give our children a head start in life, keep our community economically vibrant, and our country strong in a competitive global ...

Support grassroots effort to ammend to U.S. Constitution

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: Four years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its now infamous Citizens United v. the Federal Election Commission (FEC) decision. In a 5-4 ruling, the Court decided that it was an unconstitutional ban on free speech to limit corporations, labor unions and associations in ...

Vote No on proposed Bedford school budget

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: I attended the Bedford School District deliberative session on Feb. 4. I was impressed with the professionalism of our school board and administrators. I appreciate the respectful tone they maintain and I want to give them credit for leading the district to national and state ...

Biggest proposed development to hit Hollis

HB Letters

To the Editor: I believe the biggest development to hit Hollis is currently being proposed. It is for a 26 residential lot HOSP subdivision off of Federal Hill Road and Rocky Pond Road. It is on the land currently owned by Frederick Worcester Trust. This will certainly impact the Hollis ...

There are 2 sides to every issue

HB Letters

To the Editor: I am writing in response to Mr. Keith Thompson’s public comments regarding my recent visit to the Brookline Seniors. The tactics that you accuse me of using are nothing more than simple and straightforward communication. I reached out to our seniors here in Brookline ...