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Milford’s Station 101 craft beer bar now open

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

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

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 ...

Hollis farmhouse scheduled to be featured on new HGTV series this weekend

HOLLIS – Here’s some news that people in Hollis have been wondering about for years.  It became town knowledge a few years ago that the “New Kids On The Block” boy band star, Jonathan Knight, was renovating the house at 84 Depot Road.  Jonathan brought in local builder Tom Cook of ...

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

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

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 ...

Monadnock Oil and Vinegar offers original, healthy blends

AMHERST – With its aromatic scent and stores in Peterborough and Amherst, the latter opening last summer, Monadnock Oil and Vinegars, 114 Rte. 101A, offers a bounty of extra virgin olive oils, infused and fused olive oils, Balsamic vinegars, salts, spices and their own herb blends. Owners ...

Judge: No bail for Barron in beheading case

Britany Barron was doing what her husband told her to do when she cut the head off of her dead lover and dumped his body in a remote stream, and Judge Peter Bornstein said that’s reason enough to keep her in jail pending trial. “The defendant did as her husband told her to do,” ...

Area man charged in Boston murder

BOSTON – Police have taken into custody Ren A. Rodgers, a 23-year-old Hollis resident, in connection with the weekend stabbing death of another man at a North End hotel not far from the TD Garden. Rodgers, whose street address wasn’t provided, was arrested within hours of the stabbing, ...

Milford’s Ledgewood Bay residents and associates are fully vaccinated

MILFORD – Senior living residents and associates at Ledgewood Bay, 43 Ledgewood Drive, have been fully vaccinated after completing their second COVID-19 vaccine clinic. Residents and associates at Northbridge Communities’ Ledgewood Bay were smiling with their eyes as they received the ...

Local playgroup takes look at theatrical design

PETERBOROUGH – Costume, light, sound, and set design are a massive part of theatrical storytelling. From sweeping to subtle, the vision of designers creates the world of the play. Peterborough Players second Playgroup workshop of 2021 takes a look at this aspect of the theatre, ...

Frederick’s Pastries earns honor

AMHERST – Frederick’s Pastries recently announced that they have been selected as a 2021 ­­winner of The Knot Best of Weddings, an accolade representing the highest- and most-rated wedding professionals as reviewed by real couples, their families and wedding guests on The Knot, a leading ...

Ice rink update

MILFORD – As of Feb. 22, the ice rink is closed due to weather/ ice conditions, per the Milford Recreation department. Closings will be posted on the Milford Rec website and their Facebook page, or people may also check the status by calling 603-249-0625 and pressing 3. If anyone is ...

Esports announced

AMHERST – The Amherst Recreation Department has announced its second season of Esports, one of the fastest growing competitions in the world, which allows players a safe way to compete with friends in the confines of your own home. The rec department is offering Rocket League (3 v 3, any ...

Cinemagic closing permanently

MERRIMACK – After 20 years in business, the popular Cinemagic movie theater chain, with locations in Merrimack, Hooksett and Portsmouth, has announced that it is permanently closing all locations in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine. “To our thousands of ‘Cinemagicians,’ who have ...

Candidate information

HOLLIS – The Hollis-Brookline Rotary posted information about school district candidates on its Facebook page, and is offering candidates the opportunity to post his/her profile/statement on a news site page, which will be posted on March 1. The HB rotary is also offering those candidates a ...

Take-out Wednesdays

MERRIMACK – Former state representative Wendy Thomas announced this week that she and her supporters are starting a weekly “Merrimack Takeout Wednesdays” to encourage other residents to order takeout food from their favorite Merrimack food establishments every Wednesday to support the ...

Jacques Kindergarten registration

MILFORD – Jacques Memorial School announced kindergarten registration for the 2021-2022 school year. An evening virtual registration information night is set for March 18. Registration appointments will be scheduled for the week of March 22-26, at the Jacques Memorial School, 9 Elm St., ...

Lions scholarship applications

NASHUA – The Nashua Lions Club recently announced the release of its 2021 scholarship application. Five-thousand dollars will be given in scholarships. Applicants to the Nashua Lions Club scholarship Fund must meet the following criteria: Resident of Nashua and a 2021 senior attending any ...