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Merrimack News

Merrimack Library update

Thank you to our patrons and community for continuing to support a safe and pleasant environment while visiting us! Although we are thrilled to have our members back in the building, remember that we are still operating under the “Pop In & Pick Up” model to safeguard the health of our ...

New Museum Passes Available

Merrimack Public Library cardholders may now check out passes to Nashua Silver Nights Baseball games and Zoo New England using their Merrimack library card! The Nashua Silver Nights passes admit 4 individuals free of charge, while the Zoo New England passes reduce admission for up to six ...

Resident Fast Facts

The Friends of the Merrimack Public Library have extended all memberships until their annual meeting this September. Members who wish to renew their membership before the annual meeting may do so online or in-person at the library. Merrimack residents who have not voted in the last four years ...

Merrimack Celebrates Independence Day

By Loretta Jackson Spirits lifted post-pandemic as did scores of American Flags roiling the air as spectators cheered the marchers and 43 floats rounding the corner onto Baboosic Lake Road during the home stretch of the Town of Merrimack’s Fourth of July Parade, an event launched at The ...

Elderly locals now fully vaccinated

Nurses, volunteers and public health personnel manned a dozen well spaced tables at the John O’Leary Adult Community Center on Church Street to host a two-stage program of vaccine inoculations to nearly 200 elderly locals in a project that ended on May 5. Credited for the convenience were ...

2021 Townwide Paving Program

We have a robust paving plan developed for the 2021 construction that includes paving of roads, preservation work including cracksealing, and parking lot rehabilitations.  The $975,000 program will be completed by Continental Paving, Inc. and is scheduled to begin in May, 2021.  Work in this ...