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Phased COVID-19 vaccination rollout moving ahead

Cabinet News

CONCORD – While a recent nationwide report shows that New Hampshire is lagging slightly behind two of its neighbors in percentage of COVID-19 vaccinations administered per 100 residents, the actual number of doses given has increased significantly of late, according to the report and Gov. ...

District releases school update

Cabinet News

MILFORD – The town’s school district, SAU 40, recently released an outline containing CDC COVID-19 case metrics and spread/mitigation strategies, priorities for school reopening, pandemic resilience and data per Milford school, among other pieces of information for parents, families and ...

Amherst man allegedly threatens members of Congress

Cabinet News

CONCORD – An Amherst resident identified as Ryder B. Winegar, 33, has been taken into custody by federal agents for allegedly leaving threatening voicemails at the offices of six members of Congress, officials said. Winegar made the alleged threats on Dec. 16-17, about three weeks before a ...

Milford first responders need improved communications network

Cabinet News

MILFORD – This year, Milford’s first responders are hoping that residents will vote yes on Article 3, which will provide the police, fire and ambulance emergency services a much-needed upgrade and replacement of the existing public radio system that serves the town. The communications ...

Milford Birth Cottage welcomes first baby of new year

Cabinet News

MILFORD – The staff at the Birth Cottage, located at 4 Prosect St., brought little Carlie Marie Cavagnaro into the world at 7:29 a.m. on January 1, 2021. Elated parents Brittney and Kyle Cavagnaro of Nashua, said their new daughter, their first child, was perfectly healthy, weighing 7 ...

Negligent-homicide case proceeds in Superior Court

Cabinet News

MANCHESTER – Two court cases – one criminal and one civil – involving former police officer and one-time Amherst resident Tyler Berry, who is accused of causing the April 2019 crash that killed a 21-year-old Milford woman, continue to inch their way forward in Hillsborough County Superior ...

Residents of Eco-Village file suit

Cabinet News

PETERBOROUGH – Former residents of the Walden Eco-Village have filed a class action lawsuit against their landlord, Akhil Garland. The suit filed on Dec. 30 in the Manchester branch of the Hillsborough County Superior Court claims that Garland is required by state law to help them find ...

Film series at Town Hall Theatre focuses on storytelling

Cabinet News

WILTON – Everyone loves a good story. In early cinema, a talent for story-telling was a key factor in popularizing feature-length movies. Pioneering directors such as D.W. Griffith in the U.S. and Fritz Lang in Germany helped transform the motion picture from a sideshow novelty into a ...

Monadnock hospital partners with D-HH

Cabinet News

PETERBOROUGH - Monadnock Community Hospital has partnered with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Connected Care and Center for telehealth to offer intensive care neonatology and emergency psychiatry services to its patients via telemedicine. MCH is one of 31 rural hospitals in New England currently ...

Election, virus are top stories of 2020

Cabinet News

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – The coronavirus pandemic, which brought everyday life to a halt and tested people’s resiliency, was New Hampshire’s top story of 2020. The state has been dealing with rising COVID-19 cases and deaths, overworked health care workers, job and business losses, changing ...

Amherst’s LaBelle Winery introduces six new spirit infusion kits

Cabinet News

AMHERST – Winemaker Amy LaBelle and Cesar Arboleda, co-owners of LaBelle Winery in Amherst and Portsmouth, recently announced a new handcrafted line of “spirit infusions” under LaBelle Winery’s “The Winemaker’s Kitchen” line of culinary products. Six flavors are included in the ...

N.H. leads region in population gains

Cabinet News

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – While most New England states are losing population, New Hampshire has continued its trend of modest gains, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau estimates. The estimates released this week were based not on the yet-to-be released 2020 Census, but from the last round ...

NH trooper injured in shooting still recovering

Cabinet News

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – A New Hampshire trooper injured in a shooting that left a man dead continued to recover in a hospital on Saturday. The state attorney general’s office identified the trooper on Saturday as Matthew Merrill, who has been a law enforcement officer for about 11 years. ...

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

HB News

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO THE CITIZENS OF BROOKLINE, NH BUDGET HEARING Via Zoom Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/98558613716?pwd=cHlnTzR1M2J2aXMvODNrVWFjdnBrZz09 January 13, 2021 (Snow Date: January 14, 2021) 6:15 PM A Public Hearing will be held on Wednesday, January 13th ...

Hollis Woman’s Club brightens holiday season

Cabinet News

The Hollis Woman’s Club creatively coordinated a glimmering luminaria that filled children’s hearts and many kitchens with gingerbread this year. In his workshop, Santa and his friendly elf met with children virtually to hear their Christmas wishes. Santa’s jolly “Ho, ho, ho” ...

Milford school board adds members

Cabinet News

MILFORD – If the coronavirus wasn’t already complicating the school year for students and educators, the Milford school board has had its share of bumps in the road this past year. With the resignations of school superintendent Dr. Jessica Huizenga, board member and former board chair Ron ...

Greater Nashua Mental Health fetes milestone

Cabinet News

NASHUA – This year, the Greater Nashua Mental Health Clinic (GNMHC) is celebrating 100 years of service to their community and beyond. Although there will not be any notable events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the impressive century landmark has not gone unnoticed within the agency and ...