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Keene State College graduate, virtuoso hitting all the right notes

Cabinet News

NASHUA – When Jacob Huggins first picked up an instrument – a guitar – he was just 14 years of age. The guitar has now been sidelined by his prowess for piano and he’s never looked back. A native of Hudson, New Hampshire, Huggins has many heroes. Adam Darrell of Darrell’s Music Hall ...

CoHo navigates pandemic storm

Cabinet News

MILFORD – For Kristin Hardwick, co-owner of downtown’s popular Coworking House, 52 Nashua St., reckoning with the twists and turns of the COVID-19 crisis has been a struggle but she said the innovative workspace has weathered the changes in how people continue to work remotely. The 7,500 ...

H2O Recycling Contest Winners

Cabinet News

First Place ($200) – The H2O Truck – By Ashley Racicot from Weare, Grade 11 Second Place ($175) – The World Belongs to All of Us – By Jamie Su. from Nashua, Grade 6 Third Place ($75) – The Eye – Charvi Ankem from Hudson, Grade 7

Milford Rotary Club awards $32,000 in local scholarships

Cabinet News

The Milford Rotary Club is pleased to announce that it has awarded $32,000 in scholarships, in amounts ranging from $1,000 - $2,000, to 26 deserving students in the Milford, Amherst, Wilton, Mont Vernon and Lyndeborough area. The Milford High School recipients are: Autumn Aren, Gabriella ...

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

HB News

Household Hazardous Wastes are chemicals that are used in our daily lives and can be found in most of our homes - in the workshop, under the sink, and in the garage. These chemicals are corrosive, flammable, toxic, or reactive, and can cause damage to the environment and/or public health if ...

Cards2Connect Challenge

HB News

Cards2Connect Challenge, a N.H. Statewide program, in partnership with US Senator Maggie Hassan, to send greeting cards to our Veterans at the Tilton Veterans Home, the Manchester VA Hospital, and the White River Junction VA Program! Our beloved Veterans who once bravely defended our ...

Off the beaten paths of Acadia National Park

HB News

We drive past a field of sunflowers in Eden, Maine, on the way to Acadia, and it’s as if the name of this town predicts the present moment. Bluffs filled with spruce, the careen of seagulls following breezes through Mt. Desert Narrows, and the light on a pale blue harbor makes picture ...

‘First Taste TV’ to be co-hosted by Merrimack resident

Merrimack News

MERRIMACK – If there was ever a personality made for TV, it’s probably Amanda Venezia. As the director of dining services for the Londonderry school district, Venezia has parlayed her drive and enthusiasm into a new show, called “First Taste TV.” “With summers off, under normal ...

Parks and Rec News

Merrimack News

Employment Opportunities Part Time - Seasonal Park Attendant The Town of Merrimack, NH is seeking applicants for the position of Seasonal Park Attendant to work within the Parks & Recreation Department. This position is responsible for serving as a park ambassador to the general ...

Movies in the Park

Merrimack News

Come  and join Merrimack Parks & Recreation and the Merrimack Lions Club this summer for our FREE  Movie Nights in the Park! New in 2020, the movies will be held at Wasserman Park. What better way to enjoy a beautiful night out with family  and friends.   Friday, August 7th:  Toy ...

2020 Summer Concert Series

Merrimack News

Come and join the Merrimack Parks & Recreation Department this summer for our free weekly Summer Concert Series at Abbie Griffin Park. Bring your family & friends, blankets & chairs, & dinner to enjoy this free night of entertainment each week. Attendees will be asked to ...

Hampshire Hills’ pristine club ready for business

Cabinet News

MILFORD – It’s deceiving from the outside and at a first glance, just how sizable the Hampshire Hills Athletic Club, located at 50 Emerson Road in Milford is. With amenities that rival any five star hotel or resort, Hampshire Hills has made adjustments, some minor, some major, in light of ...

Dry conditions make Amherst fire hard to extinguish

Cabinet News

AMHERST – Amherst Fire and Merrimack received multiple calls for a fire burning in the woods Saturday morning just before 8 a.m. As crews responded to several areas for reported smoke, it was apparent the wind was spreading smoke making it hard to pinpoint the actual location of the fire. A ...

Senate backs pay raise

Cabinet News

CONCORD – Thousands of state employees who have gone without a raise the past year saw some movement on the stalemate when the Senate voted 14-10 along party lines to support a raise during their last session of 2020. Republicans said now is not a time during a pandemic in which thousands ...

Senate moves bills forward

Cabinet News

CONCORD - The New Hampshire Senate concurred with the House of Representatives on a series of amendments to renewable energy legislation, SB 122 (energy efficiency), SB 124 (renewable energy), and SB 166 (net metering). After the votes, Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes (D-Concord) and ...

Rep. Kuster unveils Opportunity, Justice for All Agenda

Cabinet News

CONCORD – U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster (NH-02) unveiled her “Opportunity and Justice for All” Agenda, which highlights legislation that she is supporting to address institutional racism and help create a more just society for all Americans. The agenda was drafted following the Congresswoman’s ...