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Local musician who played with Lennon, releases new CD

LYNDEBOROUGH – For guitarist and performer Eddie Mottau, who played with greats like John Lennon in the 1970s, living in the Granite State and making music here is part of the creative process. “Yeah, there’s a lot of it that’s grounded in New Hampshire,” Mottau said. “But it’s a ...

Kuster, Negron spar on issues

CONCORD (AP) – U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, a Democrat representing the 2nd District, and Republican challenger Steve Negron sparred on priorities for federal coronavirus relief, police training and racial bias in a debate Tuesday held by New Hampshire Public Radio. The candidates are in a ...

Karate studio’s October classes to benefit Nashua School District

BROOKLINE – Neil Stone, owner of Neil Stone Karate Academy in Brookline is donating proceeds from all October classes to benefit the Nashua school district. “We’re doing a fundraiser for the whole month of October for the Nashua school district,” Stone said. “We’re inviting people ...

Interactive theater workshops on scheduled

PETERBOROUGH – While onstage offerings are on hiatus, the Peterborough Players has been keeping connected with their treasured patrons and community through entertaining, engaging, and original digital programming under their Players Online umbrella. On Oct. 23 and Oct. 30, the Players will ...

Rotary Lawn Party & Member Recognition Night

On Sept. 3, 39 members of the Milford Rotary Club gathered to enjoy a BBQ-style boxed dinner and fellowship, socially distanced of course, at the President’s Lawn Party & Member Recognition Night in Centennial Park. It was so great to have so many Club members back together in person ...

Milford Pumpkin Fest moves forward with virtual offerings

MILFORD – It won’t be the same, as their Facebook asserts. Still, the Milford Pumpkin Festival will present virtual musical acts this weekend, with Chris Roberts kicking things off on Friday night at 7 p.m. Entertainment coordinator Zoe Lantaff said the Granite Town Festivities ...

Hollis grandmother busy readying holiday cards for troops

HOLLIS – For Laura Landerman-Garber, generating tens of thousands of holiday cards for American troop members is a labor of love. “It’s been 17 years,” she said. “It really started out as two days before Thanksgiving. I had gone to the dentist and in the waiting room, I was reading ...

Humane Society set to sell antiques in Milford

MILFORD – As many events for the Humane Society for Greater Nashua have been cancelled this year due to the pandemic, the shelter faced another financial opportunity gone south, with the cancellation of their annual yard sale, a big money maker for the nonprofit. But thanks to Cindy ...

Dignitaries to unveil MilliporeSigma’s new water reclamation center

JAFFREY – Gov. Chris Sununu and U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster of New Hampshire’s second congressional district will joined, virtually, local community leaders and MilliporeSigma executives Tuesday for the unveiling of the firm’s new high capacity water treatment system just completed at the ...

Wadleigh Memorial Library Weekly Events

MONDAYS 10 a.m.: Outdoor family storytime 3:30 p.m.: Grades 2-3 book club TUESDAYS 3:30 p.m.: Grades 4-5 book club THURSDAYS 3 p.m.: Teen Thursdays FRIDAYS 10 a.m.: Baby lapsit All in-person events will be held in the new outdoor area. Walk around the back if the library to the ...

Despite pandemic, halloween activities abound

The season of things that go bump in the night is well and truly upon us. It’s somewhat different this year, however, as a menace more extreme than all of the ghoulies and ghosties imaginable has disrupted our lives, and quite a few events upon which we have come to rely have either been ...

Toadstool to host author Archer Mayor in Zoom event

NASHUA – The new book “The Orphan’s Guilt” will be highlighted in a live Zoom event with New York Times bestselling author Archer Mayor on Oct. 2 at 5 p.m. Toadstool Bookshop, 375 Amherst St., is presenting the virtual event. Mayor lives in and writes about Vermont and has so ...

Virtual Craftworkers Guild harvest fair open online through Oct. 12

BEDFORD – While the Craftworkers’ Guild is physically located in the historic Oliver Kendall House, situated behind the Bedford Public Library, this year’s event will be held virtually, Oct. 1 - 12. Carol Davis, co-president of the Craftworkers’Guild, said the guild has been in ...

Celebration of life scheduled for Saturday for Jon Amerault

MILFORD – At just 25 years old, Jon Amerault, an outdoorsman who loved, among other recreational pursuits, hiking and mountain climbing, had already conquered all 48 of New Hampshire’s 4,000-foot mountains. And the longtime Milford resident had just one more climb remaining to reach ...

Rare showing of all 15 chapters of 100-year-old vintage serial on tap

WILTON – It’s a cliff-hanger, but each time you won’t have to wait long to find out what happens next. It’s ‘A Woman in Grey,’ a 15-episode adventure serial produced 100 years ago, when movies were a brand new form of entertainment. The entire run of all 15 chapters will be ...

Peterborough Players online auction is Oct. 11-25

PETERBOROUGH – With an eye towards the future, the Peterborough Players cordially invites all to bid, do good, and party with a dazzling online auction, sprint for fundraising champions, and a Virtual Gala! Free and open to all, online events will run from mid-October to early November to ...

Reproductive health topic of gubernatorial candidate roundtable

NASHUA – Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Feltes’ series of roundtable discussions on reproductive health came to Nashua Thursday, a week after Planned Parenthood New Hampshire endorsed Feltes and incumbent Gov. Chris Sununu’s veto of the Reproductive Health Parity Act was ...

Alene Candles honors local leaders as ‘Milford Luminaries’

MILFORD – Even during a pandemic, Alene Candles, for the second year in a row, is praising those in the community who have given back helping families, friends and neighbors. The Milford Luminaries program recognizes four outstanding individuals who have gone above and beyond during the ...

School board discusses latest plan

MILFORD - The Milford School Board held a meeting on Sept. 21, with discussions that included the reopening of schools, a budget update and non-discrimination/equal opportunity and sexual harassment policies. There were no public comments. Board member Ron Carvell noted that the reopening ...