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Merrimack News

Watch for deer on the roads

CONCORD - Motorists are advised to watch for deer crossing roadways this time of year, especially at dawn and dusk. Deer are very active right now, as the mating season, or rut, is underway and bucks and does have their minds on other things than traffic! According to New Hampshire Fish and ...

State DRA sets tax rate for Merrimack

The State Department of Revenue Administration has confirmed the Town of Merrimack's 2016 property tax rate at $22.79 per $1,000 of assessed valuation. This represents a decrease of $1.93 per thousand compared to the 2015 rate of $24.72. Property taxes are due Monday, Dec. 12, to avoid ...

Holiday parade, Christmas tree lighting set for Dec. 4

The Merrimack Parks & Recreation Department and the Merrimack Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to join us in kicking off the official holiday season in Merrimack by entering a float into the 23rd annual Holiday Parade & Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, which will take ...

Merrimack Chamber honors 25-year member Mel Tye

MERRIMACK - The Merrimack Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated Mel Tye's 25th year of membership during their November Networking Before 9 meeting. Mel, owner of Tye's Top Tour & Travel, has been an active member in the Merrimack Chamber of Commerce and is credited with continually ...

Merrimack youths star in classic holiday show ‘The Nutcracker’

MERRIMACK - Teresina O'Hare and Sophia Hancock, both of Merrimack, will perform in the Palace Theatre's upcoming annual production of the timeless classic, "The Nutcracker," in six magical performances Nov. 25-27. Teresina O'Hare is a sixteen-year old from Merrimack who ...

Reading around the pond

AMHERST - Reading and hiking are great activities for children, but they usually aren't done at the same time. Thanks to 13-year-old Bailey Burke, though, young children can read a picture book as they hike a trail on the Joe English Conservation Land. Bailey created a Storybook Trail for her ...