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Cabinet News

TDS hosts informational meeting

LYNDEBOROUGH – On Oct. 9, TDS representatives Scott Brooks and Shelly Streeter hosted an informational hearing on the conversion of their lines to fiber optics and what programs will then be offered. About 30 people attended the hour-long presentation. While the company has been installing ...

FRES fourth graders get town tour

WILTON – Wilton and Lyndeborough are full of history and a lot of neat stories. On October 10, during the third annual fourth grade history tour of the two towns, students at Florence Rideout Elementary School got a few glimpses of the history along with lessons on town government. With ...

WLC budget hearing set for Oct. 24

WILTON – The Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will receive $297,000 from state sources, but in order to use the money to reduce the current budget overage, they must hold a public hearing and then a district meeting to vote use of the funds. At their regular meeting on ...

Kuster introduces bill to reduce drug costs

WASHINGTON – Last week, U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, D-N.H., joined U.S. Reps. Haley Stevens, Jahana Hayes and Terri Sewell to introduce the Maximizing Drug Coverage for Low-Income Seniors Act (H.R. 4669). This bill seeks to improve the Medicare enrollment process and lower out-of-pocket costs by ...

‘Budgeting error’ in 2018 causes WLC shortfall

WILTON – The budget deficit of about $350,000 was caused, according to the superintendent’s office, “by a budgeting error in fiscal year 2018 that was carried through to the FY 2020 budget.” The shortfall was noticed by new Business Administrator Lizabeth Baker when she started her ...

2019 Santa Fund kicks off

NASHUA – With Christmas being only 87 days away, The Telegraph and the United Way of Greater Nashua are gearing up for the holiday season with the kickoff to the 2019 Santa Fund campaign today. For more than 50 years, the Santa Fund has been able to give local low-income families a chance ...