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Hollis Christmas Fair

HB News

The Congregational Church of Hollis will host their Holiday Christmas Fair from 9:00 am -2:30 pm on Saturday, November 23rd. This has become a fun and time-honored annual “classic” for the church, town, and surrounding area! For Children: Santa will be visiting the fair from 10:30am – ...

Knights of Columbus essay contest

Merrimack News

The New Hampshire Knights of Columbus is once again sponsoring a Student Respect Life Essay Contest. The contest is open to any junior high school (grades 6, 7 and 8) and senior high school students (grades 9, 10, 11 and 12) in New Hampshire. The Knights of Columbus will make up to six cash ...

Concert Association season to start

Merrimack News

The Merrimack Concert Association is pleased to announce the start of its fall 2019 season. New members always are welcomed. The band is seeking, in particular, brass players – trumpet, French horn, trombone, euphonium/baritone and tuba. Interested players should contact the band director at ...

Discount offered

Merrimack News

Ocean State Job Lot, a privately-held, family-operated discount retail chain with 139 stores in New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, is pleased to offer its “Operation Thank You” savings program at all Ocean State Job Lot locations through Nov. 13. All active duty, National ...

Animal rescues need donations; military is in need of cards

Merrimack News

Pets play important parts in people’s lives, providing companionship, emotional support, helping reduce stress, as well as helping to increase social contacts for ‘pet parents’ with other pet lovers and animal advocates. Two local agencies dedicated to providing for canines in transition ...

Hologic Bus stops at Bedford Medical Center

Bedford News

The Hologic Genius 3D mobile coach bus made a stop at the Bedford Medical Center in October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The bus is approximately the size of a large school bus: 45’ long, 8.5’ wide, and 13.5’ tall and travels the country offering tours to the public to ...

Boy Scouts of America food drive

Bedford News

MANCHESTER – The Boy Scouts of America, Daniel Webster Council is partnering with local residents to fight against hunger throughout New Hampshire during the annual Scouting for Food Drive. In 2018, 40 million Americans – including 6.5 million children – lived in households that were ...

Ms Vee Presents: A Soulful Christmas

Bedford News

Spend an intimate evening with Ms. Vee as she sings Christmas classics with a smooth, sultry, soulful delivery. Ms. Vee, a Bedford-based musician and singer, is the 2019 Granite State Blues Challenge Winner. Proceeds from this event will go toward her travel to the International Blues Challenge ...

Coffee and crafting

Bedford News

Join the Bedford Library as we use the library’s newest eLearning program, Creativebug, to learn how to make embossed resist watercolor holiday cards and embossed gift tags. We’ll watch the instructional video and then get started! These projects use quick and easy techniques perfect for ...

TFMoran donates $5,000

Bedford News

BEDFORD – TFMoran has donated $5,000 to NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire in support of West Side RENEW, an initiative to redevelop and preserve properties in significant decline or in need of capital improvements on Manchester’s West Side. West Side RENEW complements NeighborWorks ...

‘The Nutcracker’

Bedford News

Lauren Felthun, Lilly Chapman and Cora Steichen, along with many others from Bedford will perform in the Palace Theatre’s upcoming annual production of the timeless classic, “The Nutcracker,” in six magical performances Nov. 29 through Dec. 1. Thirteen-year old Lauren Felthun of Ross A. ...

Animal rescues need donations; military is in need of cards

Bedford News

Pets play important parts in people’s lives, providing companionship, emotional support, helping reduce stress, as well as helping to increase social contacts for ‘pet parents’ with other pet lovers and animal advocates. Two local agencies dedicated to providing for canines in transition ...

Buttigieg tours Milford, greets local residents

Cabinet News

Just hours after becoming the first major candidate to pay the $1,000 fee to file to have his name placed on the ballot for the presidential election, South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg took a walking tour of Milford on Oct. 30. Buttigieg was flanked by state representatives Peter ...

N.H. 11th in DUIs in U.S.

Cabinet News

A new study shows the Granite State ranks 11th in most driving under the influence arrests in America, with 357.84 arrests per 100,000 residents. The national average is 309.8 arrests per 100,000 people. Since 2007, only two states (Delaware and North Dakota) have seen an increase in DUIs. ...

Wilton Selectman Fish: Deficit is a comedy of errors

Cabinet News

WILTON – The school district budget deficit, whether caused by overspending or underbudgeting, will cause a problem for taxpayers and town officials. The tax rate will go up and the town will have a year-end cash flow problem because tax bills will go out later than usual. The tax rate ...

Firm presents reservoir dam analysis to Wilton Select Board

Cabinet News

WILTON – In October, the Select Board authorized the H.L. Turner Group of Concord to conduct an analysis of the New Reservoir Dam for breach and discharge conditions. On Monday, Senior Project Engineer Robert Carter presented his findings to the board. In a letter to Town Administrator Paul ...

Halloween Fun

Cabinet News

Because of heavy rain on Halloween, kindergartners at Lyndeborough Central School paraded in the halls and around the activity room, photo at left, before returning to parties in their classrooms.

Milford company set to deliver stuffed toys to CHAD

Cabinet News

It began when Amherst Label Company president Nick Calvetti went shopping the night before with his granddaughter to pick out stuffed “snuggle buddies” to donate to the kids at Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth (CHAD). Calvetti’s kindness was spurred by Amherst Label customer service ...