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Another Successful Celebration

Bedford News

The Bobby Stephen’s Fund for Education, a non-profit organization that assists disadvantaged students through scholarships and program development and those seeking financial aid for education, hosted the 41st Annual Bobby Stephen St. Patrick’s Day Celebration earlier this year, which ...

Bedford Rotary News

Bedford News

Bedford Rotary welcomed retired Saint Anselm Librarian Joe Constance to speak about the State of Israel. Benjamin Netanyahu was recently re-elected Prime Minister but as yet been unable to form a government. Some facts about Israel: Population: 9 million with almost one-half the ...

Boston IVF to open state-of-the-art center

Bedford News

BEDFORD, NH  –  August 2, 2019  – Boston IVF, one of the nation’s most experienced and renowned fertility treatment providers, announced it has begun the initial steps toward constructing a full-service IVF center in Bedford, New Hampshire. Upon completion, it will become the first ...

Nashua Silver Knights’ Neverett decides it’s time to move on

Bedford News

LYNN, Mass. – The season had just come to a crushing end and the Nashua Silver Knights had to endure one more hurdle before leaving Fraser Field. They had to wait for Futures League Joe Paolucci handing out awards for FCBL MVP, Reliever of the Year, and Manager of the Year before retiring ...

New Hampshire ices Vermont in Shrine Bowl

Bedford News

CASTLETON, Vt. – Maybe Vermont should have played Mann defense. Behind a big rushing performance from Kingswood’s Cameron Mann, New Hampshire scored just enough in the first half, killed plenty clock in the second and rode a stout, physical defense to a 21-9 Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl win on ...

Affordable and creative co-working office space opens

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Award-winning photographer Kristin Hardwick is perhaps best known for her work behind the camera lens. But as her resume expands, the personal branding photographer, who received the honor of “Young Professional of the Year,” at the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce Eminence ...

Parking will be expanded at falls

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – With the growing popularity of hiking to Purgatory Upper Falls, the Selectmen have reached an agreement with a landowner to expand the parking area at the trailhead at the end of the Class 5 portion of Purgatory Falls Road. Currently there is room for about five cars. The new ...

Residents hear about plan for Stagecoach Road bridge

Cabinet News

WILTON – The bridge on Stagecoach Road, near the junction with Burton Highway, which has been under discussion for several years, is on the state Department of Transportation list to be replaced during the summer of 2021. On Aug. 5, project manage Josif Bicja, an engineer with Hoyle, Tanner ...

Commission to place marker at site

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – In 1854, several members of two families contracted smallpox. There was no doctor living in town, so they called on Dr. Lorenzo Bartlett of New Boston, who came immediately. All of the patients eventually recovered, but Dr. Bartlett caught the disease and did not survive. He ...

5th Monday Sundaes

Cabinet News

Twins Aiden and Brendan Gerry, 4, of Lyndeborough took enthusiastic part in the third annual ‘Fifth Monday Sundae’ event at the J.A. Tarbell Library on July 29. The get-together included make-your-own sundae with a variety of ice cream and sherbet and various toppings, including fruit, ...

Junction 71: Local business offers community unique finds

Cabinet News

Editor’s note: Following is a question and answer session with Pamela Robinson of Junction 71 in Amherst. The locations offers home decor items, many of them locally made. GP: What brought you to opening Junction 71? PR: I’ve been in this type of retail for probably about 16 years, after ...

N.H. supporters of gun control bills urge action

Cabinet News

CONCORD (AP) – Dozens of supporters of gun-control measures in New Hampshire rallied Monday to call on Republican Gov. Chris Sununu to sign them in the wake of two mass shootings over the weekend. About 75 people – some holding signs that read “Protect Kids Not Guns,” ‘’It’s The ...

Sununu scorns biomass bill

Cabinet News

NASHUA - The partisan battle on renewable energy continues in New Hampshire, as Gov. Chris Sununu vetoed a Democratic bill that would have provided subsidies for the state’s biomass industry. In New Hampshire, biomass primarily consists of forest residues. In other regions of the country, ...

Officials ask for help with health care

Cabinet News

NASHUA – During National Health Center Week, U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., stopped by Lamprey Health Care to discuss prescription drug pricing and health care costs, while also learning about the InteGreat Health partnership. While there are many facets of health care that need more ...

Select board eyes policies and bridge repair work

Cabinet News

WILTON – The Select Board touched on a wide variety of topics at their lengthy – almost four hours – meeting on Aug. 5. Subjects ranged from bridge repair to adopting policies. It wasn’t on the agenda, but during the Public Comment portion, resident Chris Balch read his opposition to ...

Wilton Police ticketing cars at Garwin Falls, Vale End Cemetery

Cabinet News

WILTON – As directed last month by the Select Board, the police have been ticketing all cars illegally parked in the area of Garwin Falls and Vale End Cemetery. “We have collected $11,630 in fines,” Police Chief Eric Olesen told the Select Board on Monday, Aug. 5. That money goes into ...

Chris Beard Blues Band to Perform

Cabinet News

Local’s Café at Nelson’s Candy and Music, 65 Main St., Wilton, will present the Chris Beard Blues Band on Aug. 16. Doors open at 7 p.m. Nelson’s house band, Sweet Tooth, will open. For more information, call 603-654-5030, or check out website nelsonscandy.music.com.

Selectmen host meeting

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – After their return from visiting the proposed Purgatory Falls parking area and the Putnam Pond boat launch, the Selectmen had a fairly routine evening. The signs designating Lyndeborough as a Purple Heart Community have been received and will be installed next week. No bids ...

Community Day change

Cabinet News

The 9:30 a.m. hike to Purgatory Falls has been changed to the shorter and easier walk to Lower Falls for Lyndeborough Community Day on Saturday. Meet in the parking lot north of Fitch’s Farm Stand. The Committee did not give a reason for the change.

Time rewind back to 1979

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Take a trip back in time during the Milford Historical Society’s open house on Saturday and Sunday. In our continuing celebration of the 40th anniversary of being in the Carey House Museum, another fun event has been planned. We will be revisiting the year 1979 and ...