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Souhegan Sustainability Fair features presentations, music

WILTON – The Souhegan Sustainability Fair will be held Saturday, April 22, at Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High School and High Mowing School. Bring everyone to learn, celebrate and act on issues and topics around socially and environmentally responsible living. There will be 17 ...

Wilton Democrats elect officers

Wilton Democrats, at their recent caucus, re-elected the following officers: Gail Proctor, chair; Kermit Williams, vice chair; Diane Foss, secretary-treasurer; John Shepardson, delegate-at-large. Follow the group’s activities on its Facebook page, WiltonNHDemocrats. Committee work for the ...

Wilton Peace Action to greet Earth Day sunrise

Members of Wilton Peace Action will greet Earth Day sunrise at 5:54 a.m. in the Main Street Park. Join us to sing a few songs, share some verse, poetry, prayers or stories. If your spirit is willing, but the timing not, we’ll share your thanks to Mother Earth. Let us know. Gail Proctor ...

Amherst Boy Scout Troop 22 to hold yard sale

Are you looking to clean out your house, attic, or garage and donate to a worthy cause? The Amherst Boy Scouts Troop 22 will be having their annual yard sale fundraiser on Saturday, June 3, from 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at 199 Meeting Place Plaza on Route 101. Please mark the date on your calendar ...

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Hunt among finalists for $2,500 scholarship

NASHUA – On Thursday, May 25, the top student-athletes from across New Hampshire, including Souhegan’s Madeleine Hunt, will be honored at the Derryfield Restaurant in Manchester at the 2017 Apple Therapy Student Athlete of the Year Banquet. Two high school seniors, one male and one female, ...

Wallisch makes mark at Rochester

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – University of Rochester senior Jamie Wallisch, an Amherst native and Souhegan graduate, moved into second place in career scoring as the Yellowjackets defeated Bard College, 15-3, in women’s lacrosse at Edwin Fauver Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Wallisch scored four goals ...

Andrews starts NWSL journey Sunday

A dream will come true this weekend. Milford native Morgan Andrews is expected to make her professional debut on Sunday with the Boston Breakers. Andrews, a midfielder who was drafted No. 3 overall out of the University of Southern California in the NWSL College Draft this year, is on the ...

Homecoming trip

Neal Huntington, a former Milford High School standout and Amherst native, was sitting in the seats behind third base at Fenway Park Monday morning, a few hours before the start of the Boston Red Sox- Pittsburgh Pirates season opener. Chatting on the phone, he was looking directly across the ...

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Spring means be alert for bikes

With the coming of spring and, one can hope, the end of our snow season, we need to be aware that bicycles and motorcycles will become more prevalent on streets and highways. The recent accident in Wilton is a clear reminder that not everyone on the road is in a car. We have no idea what ...

Be courteous: Clear off snow

It might seem a bit late in the year for this, but given that we live in New England, one can never be sure, so: Please clean snow and ice off the roofs of your vehicles. Just last week, someone could have been killed when ice flew off the roof of a truck and struck the windshield of a car ...

Hold on to that train of thought

I’ve been thinking about trains. You know what trains are: Those things that run on tracks that you can’t catch anywhere around here. Those things. And I’ve been thinking about them because when Kathy and I were in Portugal recently, we took a lot of trains. Well, actually, a total of ...

Courtesy should rule the road

Someone we know was driving onto the Route 101 bypass the other day, entering from Route 13, heading toward Wilton. He came up the on-ramp with the foolish idea that drivers already on the bypass would be polite and let him enter. But first, a car held position to keep him out. Then, as he ...

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John M. French Sr.

The family of JOHN M. FRENCH SR would like to invite you to a memorial service in his honor at the Milford Methodist Church on April 22nd at 11:00 a.m. followed by a lunch at the Boys and Girls Club. We look forward to seeing you.

Leo Lionel LaBrie

Leo Lionel LaBrie born September 10, 1922 in Nashua, NH, died January 28, 2017 at the age of 94. Leo served in the United States Army during WWII, and a member of the Air National Guard. He moved to Hawaii and started a family where he was blessed with 4 beautiful children. He resided in the ...

Joseph J. Martel

Joseph J. Martel, 73, died Friday March 31, 2017 at Porter Medical Center after a lengthy illness. He was born May 19, 1943 in Milford, NH the son of Kenneth and Mabel (Burgson) Martel. Joseph was a member of the Shoreham Congregation Church and served as a Deacon. He is survived by his wife ...

Sandra L. DiCarlo

Sandra L. DiCarlo, 70, resident of Amherst, NH, died on April 4, 2017 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Patterson, New Jersey on January 11, 1947, a daughter of John Pross and Nida (Maron) Pross Brice. Sandra resided in Houston, Texas for many years and made her home ...