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Student art competition sponsored by Weare firm highlights environment

Not long ago, a driver for H20 Waste Disposal Service, a waste management company that offers weekly and bi-weekly trash pick-up for residents who don’t want to be bothered with the weekly trip to the town dump, was gifted a piece of artwork drawn by a young child, thanking that employee for ...

Mask Distribution at City Hall, Nashua

Everyday till Sunday, May 31st 10am - 2pm Over the next two weeks volunteers will be distributing masks at Nashua’s City Hall Plaza to all who need them. Volunteers are needed to help with this project every day till Sunday, May 31st between 10am and 2pm. If you can help on the same day ...

Covid-19 Response One-Day Food Drive

Saturday, June, 6 from 8am - 2pm United Way of Greater Nashua has organized a one-day food drive to take place on Saturday, June 6. A large number of volunteers are needed quickly in order to accomplish our goals.  56 volunteers are needed to station themselves at food stores around the ...

Humane Society Celebrates 120 Years with The Great Catsby Gala

The Humane Society for Greater Nashua (HSFN) has announced their decision to move their annual benefit dinner and auction online. This virtual event will include an hour long big screen production on Facebook and Youtube Live, a month long silent auction, a Live auction component, the annual ...

Hollis Brookline High School News – May 2020

We will be open by appointment Monday thru Friday.  Please contact the main office to set up a time should you need to come in. Please feel free to reach out should you have any questions.  Graduation: We believe that guidance offered by the New Hampshire Department of Education on May 5, ...

Hollis Heritage Commission requests Scenic Photos for 2021 Calendar

The Hollis Heritage Commission is now accepting photos for the 2021 calendar entitled Scenic Hollis. The annual calendar project includes many beautiful scenes of the town as captured by very talented photographers. The 2021 calendar will be dedicated to the Hollis community who joined together ...

Bouncing Back From Hard Times

Hello Dear Readers, and welcome to May. The sun is out, and the temperatures are rising, and that is a welcome gift right now. I’m not sure about you, but I’ve been taking several walks per day and drinking coffee on my porch whenever I can. There is such comfort in breathing fresh air and ...

Kristen Morin and Michael Germaske

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Morin of Brookline, NH are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Kristen Morin to Michael Germaske, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Germaske of Somerset, NJ. Kristen and Michael are 2012 graduates of the University of New Hampshire, where the two met. Kristen is ...

Parents grapple with decision

Kids learning remotely all spring are looking forward to guitar-led singalongs, tug-of-rope tournaments, swimming lessons and all the screen-free idylls that epitomize summer camp. For parents who’ve been juggling work with child care, paying to have their school-aged brethren warming in ...

Public Works Garage, 9 Stadium Drive, Nashua

Who Can Attend--residents of Amherst, Brookline, Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, Pelham, and Windham Cost--$15 user fee per vehicle, additional charges for quantities exceeding 10 gallons or 20 pounds No Latex Paint, No Electronics, No Medications For ...

Hollis Town Meeting Recessed Again

We all share the goal of having residents attend the 2020 annual town meeting to participate in the deliberative process, and cast our votes. In response to the continued concern over the Covid-l9 pandemic, and after consulting with the Governing Body, the Fire and Police Chiefs, the DPW ...

Time Honored Tradition

MILFORD – It’s not just a staple in Milford, it’s a throwback to Americana, the place where your grandparents said they used to go on a Friday night. It’s also a great way to extend social distancing (car-from-car anyway), in this state of a health crisis. On May 15, the Milford ...

Legion News

Kilduff-Wirtanen American Legion Post 74, Brookline, NH meets the 4th Thursday of the month* at 38 Main Street Brookline. Meetings begin at 1900 hours (7PM). *Nov and Dec meeting held 3rd Thursday. If you wish to join or have questions about the American Legion, please call one of the ...

Private karate school teaches online

HOLLIS – For Neil Stone, teaching martial arts takes discipline and concentration. And as days turn into weeks with the COVID-19 crisis, reaching out to his students took some ingenuity and reinvention as he parlayed his classes into the virtual realm. Students at Neil Stone’s Karate ...

Hollis Town Updates

Hollis trails and Rocky Pond boat launch are now open to Hollis Residents. Effective April 28, 2020: Newspaper and Mixed Paper are now open for recycling at the Transfer Station.

Hollis Garden Club On-line Plant Sale

Perennials, Shrubs, & Trees Starting May 14 @ 9am and ending on May 19th at 12 noon. Online Only! Our Available Plant List and Order Form will be found  on our webpage at that time: www.hollisgardenclub.org Purchased plants will be delivered by garden club members to the buyers ...

Note from the Laura the Librarian:

Hello Hollis Library Member! You might be wondering what we’ve been up to while we’re closed so I thought I’d give you all a view into a Librarian’s typical COVID workweek... • Ordering and cataloging books and media for our collection to be sure that all of the bestsellers and ...

Hollis Social Library May Newsletter

Our doors may be closed but you can still access LOTS of great resources 24/7 with your library card. We also have some NEW virtual programs and fun videos for you to “check out,” not to mention our Quarantine Cookbook! Visit www.hollislibrary.org to find out more about these great ...

Greater Nashua Mental Health celebrates 100 years

Somewhere between 75% to 96% percent of all businesses fail within 15 years. So how is it that a nonprofit agency in Nashua is celebrating its 100th-year anniversary when, according to Forbes magazine, less than half of all nonprofits fail to exist within even a few years? Forbes said it ...