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Milford real estate availability low

MILFORD – With urban dwellers looking for a piece of green, the real estate market in Milford is at a low, with fewer than seven houses available for sale and towns in the surrounding area are faring no better. Amherst Coldwell Banker realtor Siobhan Dalton, a member of the Coldwell Banker ...

33rd annual Gourmet Festival & Online Auction set

NASHUA – For the second year in a row, the Front Door Agency is turning its Annual Gourmet Festival & Auction into an exciting online event that will run from May 6-16. The online auction features 100-plus unique items, including home improvement packages, weekend getaways, designer ...

Beaver Brook’s Davies retiring

HOLLIS – Thom Davies, who has been the volunteer executive director at Beaver Brook Nature Center in Hollis for nine years, has announced he’s retiring – sort of. “I made the decision a long time ago,” he said, “long before COVID was a part of our existence here. The primary ...

Hollis’ Todd Zingales creates ‘kit bashing’ with the toys of yesteryear

HOLLIS – Todd Zingales has taken getting his love for nostalgia and vintage G.I. Joes and brought it into the 21st century. Kit bashing or model bashing is a practice whereby a new scale model is created by taking pieces out of commercial kits. This can range from cars to robots to action ...

Arthur J. Haight awarded Boston Post Cane

Arthur J. Haight, 94, amid family members, friends and dignitaries, was awarded on April 9 at Abbie Griffith Park the Boston Post Cane, a finely crafted walking stick with a golden pommel whose gifting to him as the town’s oldest resident took place at the inaugural celebration of ...

Tupelo Music Hall announces schedule for 2021 Drive-In Experience

DERRY – Tupelo Music Hall recently announced the schedule for its second year of outdoor live music. Tickets for the Drive-In Experience series are available now and can be found on the hall’s website at https://tickets.tupelohall.com/. The series kicks off on April 30 with ...

Aviation Museum to open extra hours during vacation week

LONDONDERRY – The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire will be open extra hours during the state’s upcoming spring school vacation week. The Museum will be open on April 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for families to visit, learn about flight and have fun. The Thursday hours are in addition to ...

Hannaford achieves milestone: No food waste to landfills

SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Hannaford Supermarkets today announced that each of its 183 stores donates or diverts all food at risk of going to waste, sending no food at all to landfills. The accomplishment, which is the culmination of a decade-long effort, makes Hannaford the first large-scale ...

Local chamber to host virtual Kentucky Derby event

AMHERST – It’s off to the races as the Greater Merrimack Souhegan Valley Chamber of Commerce presents its second annual “Jockeys & Juleps” Kentucky Derby party, a live stream event on May 1 at 5 p.m. live on YouTube. Interim chamber president Liz Calabria said the event will ...

Milford High principal Chali Davis resigns

MILFORD – In a district that has been mired by problems, Milford High School principal Chali Davis, who was hired in July 2019, resigned on Monday, effective June 30. In a letter, Davis said, “I leave with a grateful heart. These past two years have been challenging for the MHS community ...

Chamber’s Suter set to retire from post

KEENE – Phil Suter, the congenial president and CEO announced that he will retire from the Greater Keene & Peterborough Chamber of Commerce after nearly eight years at the helm. The K&P chamber organization in Cheshire county has more than 500 members. Suter said his decision to ...

Musical artist Amy Conley to play virtual concert at 7:15 p.m. April 30

MILFORD – Local musician Amy Conley, of Amy Conley Music, 102 Elm St., will perform a virtual concert, “Songs of Healing, Hope & Humor” on April 30 from 7:15 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. The event is free but donations to benefit SHARE are welcome. Conley, a talented musician with 30 years of ...

All systems go for 14th Nashua International Sculpture Symposium

NASHUA – Three artists, one a native of Argentina now living in Boston, another from upstate New York and the third a former New York City resident who recently moved to Mid-Coast Maine, all have their sights set on Nashua and the 14th annual Nashua International Sculpture Symposium coming up ...

N.H. Humanities to host U.S. Poet Laureate

CONCORD – New Hampshire Humanities announced recently that it would host an evening with Joy Harjo, the U.S. Poet Laureate (2019-2022) at 6 p.m. May 3rd via Zoom. Harjo will share a poetry reading and a discussion of her work, followed by Q&A with the audience. The presentation is ...

Bedford PD offers Autism patch for $10

BEDFORD – Chief John Bryfonski recently announced that the Bedford Police Department will be raising money to support those with Autism Spectrum Disorder during the month of April. April is Autism Awareness Month, and a commemorative version of the department’s patch will be available to ...

Award for student journalists available

Submissions are being sought for the fourth annual Brodsky Prize, established by a former editor of the Manchester Central High School newspaper, and his family, to encourage innovation by a new generation of student journalists. The $5,000 Brodsky Prize is open to all New Hampshire high ...

Peterborough man publishes new book

PETERBOROUGH – As many Americans today are armed, what would happen if a person actually took a shot at an alien and drew blood? Who in Washington would take that call? What would an agency that deals with this issue look like? How would it have to function in the context of the hurly-burly ...

Scholars

Worcester Polytechnic Institute – WORCESTER, Mass. – At WPI, all undergraduates are required to complete a research-driven, professional-level project that applies science and technology to addresses an important societal need or issue. The following students completed their IQP this ...

Town Hall Theatre to screen spooky silent thriller on April 25

WILTON – It’s a murder committed in full view of a Broadway audience, and the culprit can only be identified by literally re-enacting the crime – on the same stage it happened. It’s “The Last Warning” (1928), a late silent film thriller to be screened on Sunday, April 25 at 2 p.m. ...

Afternoon teas being offered in Milford

MILFORD – It’s high time for tea as the Cozy Tea Cart in Brookline is hosting a Mother/Daughter/Friendship afternoon tea on May 2 and a Garden afternoon tea on June 13. Both events will take place at Gatherings located in the Colonel Shepherd House, 29 Mont Vernon St. in Milford. ...