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Ribfest is back July 21-23

MERRIMACK – The Great American Ribfest & Food Truck Festival (www.GreatAmericanRibfest.com) returns July 21-23 to Anheuser-Busch Brewery (221 Daniel Webster Hwy) in Merrimack. Ribfest features great BBQ and other foods, great original live music, great beer, and great family fun – and ...

Student clubs benefit locals

Opportunities abound in the New Year for students to do good and socialize through special-interest clubs at Merrimack High School. Dance, theater, creative writing and finance clubs have aficionados, as does broadcast, marketing and business clubs. “There are so many great clubs here,” ...

Volunteer Your Time

Kensington, NH - The Carriage Barn Equine Adaptive Therapy Programs is looking for volunteers to assist with Therapeutic Horseback Riding & Carriage Driving, Fundraising, Events, and Fun Activities. Volunteers are needed at various times throughout the week to work with horses and clients. ...

Sleeping in Wine Barrels, Yurts, and Art Museums: PEI

Have you ever wanted to sleep in a wine barrel? Most would say “no, thanks,” but if your wine barrel is air conditioned, docked on a harbor, has a king size bed with panoramic window, deck-side Tiki hut and BBQ grill for seafood-inspired, sunset dinners, you could be convinced. I was, while ...

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North vs. BG Part 2: Energized Cards outlast Titan girls, 5-0

NASHUA – There were smiles galore after a quick post-game chat, even if you want to call it that. What a difference three days makes for the Bishop Guertin High School girls soccer team. The Cards dominated a second half vs. city rival Nashua North for a 5-0 win after the Titans gave them ...

HS Roundup: Broncos win fifth straight; Cougars stay unbeaten

Some good soccer things are happening across the bridge in the Hudson-Litchfield area, as the Alvirne girls won their fifth straight on Tuesday, and both the Campbell boys and girls soccer teams stayed unbeaten with wins. The two are a combined 15-0. It was a fairly busy Tuesday, including ...

HS Roundup: Panthers bounce back; HB boys now 8-1

It was a Panther Party on Monday. Two Nashua High School South teams bounced back from tough Battle of the Bridge losses yesterday, with the boys soccer team and girls volleyball teams coming out on top. Also, Alvirne girls soccer vaulted over the .500 mark and the Hollis Brookline boys ...

HS Roundup: A Saber Saturday for cross country, football

Oh, to be a Souhegan High School athlete on Saturday. The Saber boys cross country team had five finish in the top 20 to capture the Manchester Invitational, while the Souhegan football team routed Lebanon 61-0 in the Saturday night chill. HB boys and girls soccer also recorded one goal wins ...

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Bolduc: Character, courage, country

What makes Don Bolduc the best choice as our candidate for US Senate? If you are as old as I am, I’m sure you remember the Army slogan, “Be all you can be.” This is a slogan that characterizes Don Bolduc’s entire life. At 5’ 7’’ and not weighing near as much as his counterparts ...

Vote Wendy Thomas

Merrimack voters, please join me at the election polls on April 13 to vote for Wendy Thomas for N.H. State Representative. I’ve known Wendy for 24 years. I’ve known Wendy as a friend, as the working mother of six who understands the value of a dollar, as a volunteer at the Merrimack ...

Children’s mental health

Children’s mental illness is just that, an illness, and like any other illness children can acquire, we need to make sure they have proper care. Prior to the pandemic, 12.6% of New Hampshire youth have a behavioral health and/or developmental disorder and more than half have needed some type ...

Vote Chandley

As a Merrimack resident for 28 years, I have seen a number of state senators represent Merrimack. I have never seen a State Senator that has worked across the aisle to get solutions passed like Senator Chandley has with the tolls. For over 30 years, Merrimack residents have been overburdened ...

Obituaries | VIEW ALL

David Molis

David Molis Funeral Services: A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 15, 2024, at 1:00 PM at the First Congregational Church of Milford, 10 Union Street, Milford, NH. Burial will be in the Riverside Cemetery, Milford beforehand for close friends and family. After the memorial, post ...

Leona Philbrick Vallier

It is with great sadness that the family of Leona Philbrick Vallier, originally of Milford, is sharing that she passed away on May 11, 2024, in Gardner, Ma., after a long illness. Born on September 28, 1940, Lee was the daughter of Walter and Lovica (Vi) Wright Philbrick of Milford, N.H. ...

Kellene Ann McMahon (Tracy)

Kellene Ann McMahon (Tracy), resident of Milford, NH, died on May 18, 2024, at home surrounded by her family. Kelly was born July 2, 1954, in Minneapolis, MN to Bert and Johanna (Hefferan) Tracy. Growing up in a large family in Minnetonka, MN, her home was always full of family and friends. ...

Kellene Ann McMahon (Tracy)

Kellene Ann McMahon (Tracy), resident of Milford, NH, died on May 18, 2024, at home surrounded by her family. Kelly was born July 2, 1954, in Minneapolis, MN to Bert and Johanna (Hefferan) Tracy. Growing up in a large family in Minnetonka, MN, her home was always full of family and friends. ...