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Milford School Board chair looks at clearing pandemic hurdle, bring kids back

MILFORD – Recently named school board chairperson Judi Zaino, who was elected to the board of education last year, is optimistic about facing new and existing challenges and said that getting students back to in-person learning is priority one. “There is only one light at the end of the ...

Town casts votes in March 9 election

MILFORD – Two major warrant articles failed to pass in the March 9 Milford town election, while some stalwart names familiar to voters were re-elected. At the beginning of the day, Mar. 9, there were 12,759 names on the checklist, with 20 names added to that count during the day, yielding ...

WorthPoint announces partnership with MintProducts

ATLANTA – Atlanta-based WorthPoint Corporation has formed a partnership with MintProducts Auctions. Based in Milford, MintProducts offers monthly online coin and currency auctions as well as live auctions twice per year. Since their debut bidding event in early 2015, the company has ...

Scholars

Boston University Boston University recently announced its Fall 2020 semester Dean’s List. A semester grade point average of 3.50 or above in four academic courses totaling 16 credits with no incomplete grades is required to be included on the Questrom School of Business’ Dean’s ...

Sherman to talk new book and Our Town at Players’ Playgroup

PETERBOROUGH – Peterborough Players will welcome author Howard Sherman as guest expert at the next Playgroup, taking place online at 7:30 p.m. on March 26 and April 2. Sherman’s popular new book, Another Day’s Begun: Thornton Wilder’s Our Town in the 21st Century explores the impact ...

Wilton’s The Red Trouser Show takes clowning seriously

WILTON – For the Red Trouser Show’s David Graham and Tobin Renwick, 2020 and COVID have been a bit of a juggling act. Not to worry – they’re professionals. As elementary school students, the two started acrobatics and the like in the fifth grade when they got a new gym teacher ...

Milford voters cast key ballots in Tuesday’s election

MILFORD – Two hot-button issues on Tuesday’s Milford town ballot, Warrant Article 3, the MACC Base system and Warrant Article 5, the Wadleigh Library HVAC/Electrical repair were rejected by voters. Voters did approve the town operating budget on Warrant Article 6 . The MACC Base ...

AG opts against filing charges

CONCORD – The suspect in the stabbing death of 23-year-old Jake Seaburg three months ago is no longer a suspect, according to a report just issued by the office of Deputy Attorney General Jane Young. Reilly Lawn, also 23, will not face homicide charges, nor any other charges, in connection ...

Camp registration

MILFORD- Youth instructional basketball camp will run Mar. 31 – April 21 at the Keyes outdoor basketball court. Air Buds (ages 7-9) will be introduced to the game using an eight foot hoop. Space Jams (ages 10-12) will help players continue to develop basketball skills through fundamental ...

Chili Cook-off video

AMHERST/MERRIMACK – On Mar. 12 at 5 p.m., the Amherst and Merrimack Lions Clubs will present a chili cook-off video of area chili entrants presenting their chili to three judges: Copper Door’s executive chef Jay Smith, CRACK’D Kitchen & Coffee Eatery’s chef Alan Frati and Up In Your ...

Mystery dinner

BROOKLINE – Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a four-course mystery dinner and wine-pairing at Averill House Vineyard, 21 Averill Rd. For the inquisitive, clever and hungry, Averill House will offer a one-night only event on Mar. 17 from 6 – 8:30 p.m. for a small number of ...

Hollis seeking EMS deputy chief

HOLLIS – The town of Hollis is seeking an experienced candidate for the position of Emergency Medical Services Deputy Chief. This is a full time salaried position responsible for all aspects of the fire departments EMS service. The successful applicant is responsible for providing general ...

Milford hires firm to conduct revaluation

MILFORD – The town of Milford has hired KRT Appraisal to conduct a statistical revaluation of all properties in the town. There are five major phases to a municipal revaluation: data collection, market analysis, valuation, field review and informal hearings. After all five phases are ...

Milford eyes center

MILFORD – The town of Milford is considering constructing a new regional community center next to Keyes Memorial Park. The center would serve Milford and surrounding towns, potentially offering planned activities and recreational space tailored to community interests. Feedback is welcome via ...

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day early at Wilton theater

WILTON – In a tip o’ the hat to the coming St. Patrick’s Day holiday, the Wilton Town Hall Theatre will be screening the classic silent film romance “The Bride’s Play” this Sunday. Show time is 2 p.m. at the historic theater, located at 40 Main St. There is no admission charge, ...

Transgender youth, organizations testify against bill

CONCORD (AP) – Transgender youth, their family members, and representatives of a variety New Hampshire organizations testified Tuesday against a bill that would ban transgender girls from competing on girls’ sports teams in public high schools and colleges in the state, saying it is ...

Dartmouth doctors discuss COVID on ‘The Cure’ podcast

NASHUA – Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health is presenting a new podcast series, “The Cure,” to offer folks answers to some of their most common questions about the pandemic and vaccines. One of the hosts of the podcast, Dr. Marshall Ward, MD, said the concept for “The Cure” was discussed ...

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 ...