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Cabinet News

Milford Farmer’s Market

The final outdoor Milford Farmer’s Market of the season is set for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 16 at 300 Elm St., across the street from the New Hampshire Antique Coop. The market was voted Best Farmers Market in the recent Best of Greater Merrimack Souhegan Valley Region contest. Farmer’s ...

Pumpkin Festival opens on Friday

MILFORD – The sun should be shining when Milford’s Great Pumpkin Festival opens Friday evening with cloudy conditions forecast through Sunday. If those predictions hold, the Granite Town Festivities Committee is aiming to draw more than 20,000 visitors over the three-day event at the ...

Ambulance move still on hold

WILTON – The Select Boards in Lyndeborough and Greenfield are not in agreement with a proposed move of the ambulance service to the Wilton Fire Station. That leaves Wilton, owner of the service, with two options. “We have two choices,” Board Chairman Kellie-Sue Boissonnault said at the ...

Inaugural Poetry in the Park event a big success

WILTON – Pie and Poetry in the Park: a half dozen poets, a dozen pie makers and about two dozen people to enjoy it all outdoors on a beautiful fall afternoon. The event on The Flat – the space in front of Florence Rideout Elementary School – was sponsored by Wilton Community Center and ...

Artist Mike Kline turns old storefront into Galerie Oiscaux

WILTON – Artist Mike Kline has turned what was for generations Putnam’s Clothing Store on Main Street into Galerie Oiscaux, a showing of his work he calls “mixed media.” “It’s contemporary,” he said. “I like working with wood, some stone, found objects, and some times ...

Garcia raising fund to establish local scholarship

WILTON – DJ Garcia said he wants to “bring awareness of the school to the community,” and to do that he is raising money to establish an annual scholarship. On Saturday, Oct. 9, beginning about 10:30 a.m., Garcia, owner of Wilton House of Pizza, will offer a special $5 menu at the ...