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Cabinet News

Tips for all the boys and ghouls

BEDFORD – Chief John J. Bryfronski and the Bedford Police Department would like to offer area town residents some important safety tips as Halloween and trick-or-treating hits tonight. Trick-or-treating hours for most areas (including Milford, Amherst and Wilton), are set for 6-8 p.m. on ...

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative schools public hearing set

WILTON – Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District officials are calling the current budget deficit an “underfunding,” but those who attended a public hearing on Nov. 24, called it an error and poor management on the part of officials, and wanted to know why, and how it had ...

‘Made in New Hampshire’ is an international enterprise

Alongside traffic and coffee, news radio is a staple of my morning commute. As I flip through the stations, I’ll sometimes hear a pundit lament that “Nothing is made in America anymore.” In reality, there are nearly 13 million manufacturing workers in the United States, including ...

New Hampshire OPEN DOORS

Billed as an opportunity to tour and shop, the New Hampshire Open Doors weekend will take place on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the state. The historic Wendall House, located at 3 Meetinghouse Road in Bedford (just behind the Bedford Public Library), is home the ...

Lyndeborough faces year-end issue after tax bills are sent out late

LYNDEBOROUGH – The school district budget shortfall has caused tax bills to be sent out about three weeks later than usual, causing a year-end cash flow problem for the town. The tax rate can’t be set until after a special school district meeting on Nov. 9. Tax bills are normally sent out ...

Yang: Trump is symptom of the problems

GOFFSTOWN – Entrepreneur and 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang discussed automation, Amazon and despair deaths on the rise during his talk last week at Politics & Eggs, the popular series hosted by the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College. Yang also ...

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative schools public hearing set

WILTON – Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District officials are calling the current budget deficit an “underfunding,” but those who attended a public hearing on Nov. 24, called it an error and poor management on the part of officials, and wanted to know why, and how it had ...

Ninth annual event a ‘shop hop;’ set for Friday and Saturday

Billed as an opportunity to tour and shop, the New Hampshire Open Doors weekend will take place on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the state. The historic Wendall House, located at 3 Meetinghouse Road in Bedford (just behind the Bedford Public Library), is home the New ...

Annual holiday open house and Kitty Angels weekend set

AMHERST – Treasures Antiques, Collectables & MORE!, located at 106 Ponemah Road in Amherst, will be hosting its 29th annual Holiday Open House and Kitty Angels Fall Fundraising weekend Nov. 2-3. Festivities for the weekend will run both days from 10 a.m. to till 5 p.m. and includes ...

Milford Historical Society Open house set for Nov. 9-10

MILFORD – Humphrey Moore was the first settled pastor in Milford. He was a farmer, author, abolitionist, and legislator. His importance and contributions to the history of Milford will be the subject of discussion with the Rev. Dr. Alex Gondola during the November Open House. Dr. ...

Mindfulness: A better me, a better you, a better world

AMHERST – At The Amherst Town Library on Nov. 6, there will be a presentation on mindfulness. Mindfulness is the practice of intentionally giving quality attention to whatever is occurring in the present moment in a focused, sustained, and non-judgmental way. By making mindfulness a practice ...

New traditions for Thanksgiving sides

AMHERST – As we approach the holiday season, are you already starting to think about creating a memorable meal? Join Liz Barbour at the Amherst Town Library on Nov. 20 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for a discussion and cooking demonstration. For many of us, preparing Thanksgiving dinner can be filled ...

Attorney general warns of word game scam

CONCORD (AP) – New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald is telling residents to be aware of scammers targeting personal information through the use of popular phone-based word games, such as Words with Friends. The game’s app is downloaded for players to take turns building words ...

Amherst fire captain knows transportation

AMHERST – Fire Department Capt. Chris Buchanan knows a lot of transportation and safety. A firefighter for more than 12 years, Buchanan has responded to more than his fair share of traffic accidents and fatalities. “I’ve been here for a long time and that’s how I got into ...

Equestrian injured during incident

TEMPLE – Neighbors and Touchstone Farm riders have reported an incident involving a young equestrian who was thrown by her horse, “spooked,” by a speeding car on Webster Road and Burton Highway on October 10. A call was placed to The Telegraph by resident Shirley Haas of Temple, who ...

Winter landscapes exhibit set to open Nov. 10

MILFORD – New Hampshire Antique Co-op presents Snowbound: Winter Landscapes from the 19th c. to Present, an exhibit and sale of paintings capturing centuries of the rugged snow-covered beauty of New England and beyond in the heart of winter. All are welcome to attend a wine and cheese ...

Alene Candles breaks ground on $30 million warehouse in Ohio

MILFORD – Alene Candles, one of the nation’s leading full-service contract and private-label candle manufacturers, broke ground on a new $30 million, 280,000 square-foot warehouse facility in the New Albany International Business Park last week in New Albany, Ohio. The company, ...

Annual holiday open house and Kitty Angels weekend set

AMHERST – Treasures Antiques, Collectables & MORE!, located at 106 Ponemah Road in Amherst, will be hosting its 29th annual Holiday Open House and Kitty Angels Fall Fundraising weekend Nov. 2-3. Festivities for the weekend will run both days from 10 a.m. to till 5 p.m. and includes ...