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Bridges by EPOCH makes memorable wedding day for resident

Cabinet News

NASHUA – Bridges by EPOCH Memory Care Assisted Living at Nashua, located at 575 Amherst St., recently turned a memorable moment into a lasting treasure for one of their residents. Bridges by EPOCH Senior advisor Wendy Sage-Matsis and the team at Bridges learned that the daughter of one ...

Bellavance Beverage unveils largest rooftop solar array in N.H.

Cabinet News

LONDONDERRY – A leading New Hampshire beer distributor, Bellavance Beverage Co., will soon be powered by 3,088 solar panels, offsetting more than 100% of the company’s annual electricity needs while cutting costs and carbon pollution. Bellavance Beverage Co. and friends toasted the new 1.16 ...

AAUW Southern NH Branch News

HB News

First Program in Civic Engagement Series - Part 2 Guest Speaker Dr. Monica Galizzi “The Gendered Workforce” on October 21 at 7 pm via Zoom. The Southern NH Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will host Professor Monica Galizzi, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of ...

2020 Food Drive for NSKS

Merrimack News

The Altrusa Club of Merrimack Valley conducted a Food Drive at Market Basket, Somerset Plaza, in Nashua on Saturday, September 26, 2020 to benefit the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter (NSKS). The patrons of the store were overwhelmingly generous. More than 3600 pounds of food were collected, ...

October Take-Home Meal from Brookline Community Church

HB News

A creamy Buffalo Mac and Cheese is our October Take Home Meal which will be ready for pick up Friday, October 31st. You can pick up the dinners between 3:30-5pm(right before trick or treating) at the Brookline Community Church. Each meal feeds 2 to 3 depending on appetite and cost are 1 ...

Hollis Arts Society Expo and Sale

HB News

Have you submitted your application for our Virtual Holiday Art Expo & Sale? It’s almost time! The deadline for applications is October 26th for just $25. Each artist has the opportunity to feature their unique work on our HAS website for the public to purchase over a 2-week period - a ...

Trick or Treat in Hollis 5-7PM, Oct. 31

HB News

Much like the rest of 2020, Halloween will look a little different this year, but we are still excited to celebrate with the community. In lieu of concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, the Hollis Police Department would encourage parents of trick-or-treaters to follow the Center for ...

Brookline Seeks Volunteer Poll Workers for November Election

HB News

You might have heard that we successfully pulled off the Primary Election. That was as always in large part thanks to the skills and diligence of our Town Clerk, Patti Howard-Barnett and our Supervisors of the Checklist, Linda Saari, Karen Roberts and Judy Cook. It also couldn’t have ...

Trail Trackers (formerly Redlining) at Beaver Brook

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Beaver Brook Association Trails Wednesdays through December 17 10am - 12pm Interested in hiking all the trails at Beaver Brook? BBA Naturalist Kat Dickau will guide BBA Members on this process. Hiking about 3-4 miles a day, she’ll get you on your way as you work through your checklist. ...

4th Annual “Bedford Goes Red”

Merrimack News

BeBOLD is sponsoring its 4th annual “BEDFORD GOES RED” for Red Ribbon Week, a national drug prevention initiative held October 23 – 31. BeBOLD’s “Bedford Goes Red” for Red Ribbon Week is a local, community effort run in conjunction with National Red Ribbon Week. “BeBOLD’s ...

Wilderness First Aid Training

Merrimack News

Sat. Nov. 14th - Sun., Nov. 15th from 8am - 5pm Do you like to spend time outdoors? Accidents happen; if you or someone in your group got hurt, would you know what to do? People get hurt, sick, or lost.  Many back country emergencies are preventable and even when bad things happen, sometimes ...

Success or failure… You Decide

Merrimack News

Trick or Treat! Are you enjoying some pumpkin spice something, Dear Reader? I know this month isn’t quite what 2019’s October was, but some things aren’t affected by the current state of things. Pumpkins still grow, the leaves always turn, and we still have our hopes and dreams for the ...

Nashua Community College celebrates Class of 2020

Merrimack News

NASHUA – After completing their programs in May, the Nashua Community College Class of 2020 celebrated graduation in person at two ceremonies Saturday, Sept. 26. While many of the 288 graduates have moved on to launch careers or transfer to four-year programs, 105 graduates returned to NCC ...

“Goldens on the Green” will be in Amherst

Merrimack News

The Amherst Town Green in Amherst, NH will be overflowing with Golden Retriever dogs and puppies this coming Sunday, October 18th from 1-3 PM. The event is organized by a local resident, Bill Swift, with the funds raised to benefit the animals awaiting adoption at the Humane Society for Greater ...

Local musician who played with Lennon, releases new CD

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – For guitarist and performer Eddie Mottau, who played with greats like John Lennon in the 1970s, living in the Granite State and making music here is part of the creative process. “Yeah, there’s a lot of it that’s grounded in New Hampshire,” Mottau said. “But it’s a ...

Kuster, Negron spar on issues

Cabinet News

CONCORD (AP) – U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, a Democrat representing the 2nd District, and Republican challenger Steve Negron sparred on priorities for federal coronavirus relief, police training and racial bias in a debate Tuesday held by New Hampshire Public Radio. The candidates are in a ...

Interactive theater workshops on scheduled

Cabinet News

PETERBOROUGH – While onstage offerings are on hiatus, the Peterborough Players has been keeping connected with their treasured patrons and community through entertaining, engaging, and original digital programming under their Players Online umbrella. On Oct. 23 and Oct. 30, the Players will ...

Rotary Lawn Party & Member Recognition Night

Cabinet News

On Sept. 3, 39 members of the Milford Rotary Club gathered to enjoy a BBQ-style boxed dinner and fellowship, socially distanced of course, at the President’s Lawn Party & Member Recognition Night in Centennial Park. It was so great to have so many Club members back together in person ...

Milford Pumpkin Fest moves forward with virtual offerings

Cabinet News

MILFORD – It won’t be the same, as their Facebook asserts. Still, the Milford Pumpkin Festival will present virtual musical acts this weekend, with Chris Roberts kicking things off on Friday night at 7 p.m. Entertainment coordinator Zoe Lantaff said the Granite Town Festivities ...