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Milford’s Station 101 craft beer bar now open

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Although COVID knocked everybody for a loop, Station 101, 193 Union Square, has opened in a restored 1950s filling station with a selection of craft beers from New Hampshire breweries. The bar décor dates back to yesteryear, with authentic gas pumps, signs and subtle nuances. ...

Milford resident raises concerns over Article 3

Cabinet News

MILFORD – With March 9 voting day on Tuesday, Milford resident Katherine E. Kokko, who has 15 years of experience working with governmental collaboratives and regional groups that have consisted of municipal officials, businesses and healthcare organizations, has concerns about Warrant ...

Kimball Physics: A centrifugal force

Cabinet News

WILTON – While many companies during the pandemic have seen business slow down, Kimball Physics, 311 Kimball Hill Rd., has seen remarkable growth. An MIT spinoff, Kimball Physics is tucked away in Wilton, located in half a dozen buildings on the top of a hill which originally was an apple ...

Sununu: N.H. making progress against COVID-19

Cabinet News

CONCORD – New Hampshire is making progress against COVID-19 with increased vaccinations, slightly fewer deaths and reduced hospitalizations, Gov. Chris Sununu and state officials said. The state also is working toward visitations at long-term care facilities and helping people with rent and ...

Exhibition on view in Tower Gallery at N.H. Antique Co-op

Cabinet News

MILFORD – New Hampshire Antique Co-op presents Fresh Perspectives: Works by NH Artists Peter Milton, Varujan Boghosian, Robert Hughes & More, an exhibition and sale of works featuring paintings, prints, sculptures and assemblages. Also on view are works by Robert Hauser – a contemporary ...

DAR compiling photo album of handmade quilts

HB News

The Hollis DAR is compiling a photo album of handmade quilts in Hollis area 2021, historic to modern to be kept at the Hollis Historical Society house. Though quilting is centuries old, patchwork quilts are authentically American. In early days, colonists had to buy their textiles from ...

Merrimack’s Annual Winter Carnival

Merrimack News

A wintry mix of games, crafts and food, plus visits with local business owners and reps from local community groups highlighted the Town of Merrimack’s Annual Winter Carnival, a free event at Wasserman Park that on Feb. 20 marked an anniversary of 29 years. Matt Casparius, director of ...

Remote Youth Coding Program Enrolling Now At NCC

HB News

Coding for Kids at Nashua Community College teaches students between the ages of 11-18 how to code through video game development in an online, self-paced format. Coding for Kids costs $99 per person for one year or $179 for up to three members of one family, and software downloads are ...

‘Let’s Talk:  Faith and Race’

HB News

Interfaith Women of New Hampshire invites you to a special program via Zoom, ‘Let’s Talk:  Faith and Race’, on Monday, March 22, 2021 at 6:45.  Much has happened in our world to raise questions and concerns about how we interact and respond to each other as people of faith. ...

Brookline Women’s Club Announces 2020-2021 Scholarship

HB News

The application period for the 2020-2021 Brookline Women’s Club scholarship is now open.   All high school seniors enrolled in a public, NH state-approved private, or home-school program; who currently reside in Brookline and will attend a college or a university in 2021 are eligible to ...

Hollis-Brookline Middle School Quarter 2 Honor Roll

HB News

High Honors 8th Grade: Catherine Adair, Maia Arthur, Annika Bergin, Finn Brown, Elizabeth Butland, Anuhya Chilakapati, Taylor Christle, Laurel Ciofrone, Braeden Conroy, Angelina Costa, Kirti Das, Emma DiGennaro, Camryn Dunn, Ronan Finnegan, Laurel Geller, Chloe Gisetto, Daniel Hallas, ...

Remote Youth Coding Program Enrolling Now At NCC

Merrimack News

Coding for Kids at Nashua Community College teaches students between the ages of 11-18 how to code through video game development in an online, self-paced format. Coding for Kids costs $99 per person for one year or $179 for up to three members of one family, and software downloads are ...

‘Let’s Talk:  Faith and Race’

Merrimack News

Interfaith Women of New Hampshire invites you to a special program via Zoom, ‘Let’s Talk:  Faith and Race’, on Monday, March 22, 2021 at 6:45.  Much has happened in our world to raise questions and concerns about how we interact and respond to each other as people of faith. ...

New Boston Post Cane holder sought

Merrimack News

The Town of Merrimack has begun the search for the oldest resident to become the new Boston Post Cane holder. Our last Cane holder, Nellie Granger (age 97) passed away on December 17, 2018. The Boston Post Cane tradition started in 1909, when the Boston Post newspaper delivered the gold-headed ...

Love the Life you have

Merrimack News

Hello Dear Readers! I hope you all had a love-filled Valentine’s Day. I decided not to write about romance this month even though that is an easy topic for me as I’m a hopeless romantic. What I thought might be of more use to you would be some ways to fall in love with the life you have. I ...

Learn how to cut your electric bill with solar power

Merrimack News

HAREI Online Solar Information Sessions in March Wednesday March 3rd 7-8:30pm Saturday March 6th 10-11:30am Thursday March 11th 7-8:30pm Are you interested in solar electricity at your home but are not sure where to start? Join HAREI for one of our free solar power information ...

Rotary nominations sought for 2021

Merrimack News

The Rotary Club of Merrimack seeks nominations for people who live or work in Merrimack and have displayed outstanding performance in their jobs. If you know such a person, the Merrimack Rotary would like to hear from you, and be able to recognize your nominee at the annual Excellence in the ...