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Annual Souhegan Chamber event a big success

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Touchstone Farm associates, from left, Becky Hawkes, of Merrimack; Meaghan Roote, of Townsend, Mass.; Winter Keeler, of Antrim; and Mike Hawkes, of Merrimack, at the Jockey and Juleps fundraiaing event May 7.

Wilton war memorial refurbished

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WILTON – The bronze plaques on the monuments in Memorial Park on Forest Street have been cleaned and polished, completing the restoration of the park begun several years ago. Restoring the monuments was a project of Wilton Main Street Association. “It’s been on Main Street ...

Upcoming programs

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WILTON – Two programs are planned for the Collaborative Space at the Second Congregational Church Parish Hall on Gregg Street On May 13, Caregivers’ Drop In will feature cellist Charlene Ladoux who will provide music for guided, meditative relaxation. The Drop In is a time to connect with ...

Defense: ‘Wrong person on trial’ in death, beheading

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KEENE, N.H. (AP) — The lawyer for a New Hampshire man accused of killing his wife’s co-worker after he discovered they were texting — and then forcing her to behead him — told jurors at the start of his trial Tuesday that his wife is the one to blame for the death. Armando Barron ...

Interns to continue stormwater work

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WILTON – Summer interns will again be hired to work on mapping stormwater outfalls and other aspects of the MS 4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System) Permit, now in its fourth year. Last year’s intern, Samantha Beck, will also be back to assist. Stormwater Manager Michele Decoteau has ...

Nashua a cappella chorus preps for international event

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NASHUA – New England Voices in Harmony, a women’s a cappella chorus based in Nashua, won first place last weekend at their annual regional convention and contest held in Westborough, Mass.. Co-directed by the mother-daughter team of Renee and Samantha Tramack, the chorus won the contest ...