Beekeepers celebrate great autumn honey harvest

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More than 40 beekeepers and guests gathered on Jan. 27 at Fratello’s Italian Grille in Manchester to share congratulations at a torrential autumn honey harvest. The guests included Merrimack Valley Beekeepers Association officers Spencer Lovett of Mont Vernon, president; Marise Evans Perry ...

Bishop Guertin facing suit claiming ‘negligence’

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NASHUA – Former Bishop Guertin High School student William Liakas of Belmont has filed a lawsuit against the school and the Brothers of the Sacred Heart for negligence stemming from acts of sexual abuse committed by former teacher Brother Guy Beaulieu. According to Attorney Roderick ...

Gift of building, budget discussed

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WILTON – Accepting the gift of the Wilton Falls Building will be on the warrant at Town Meeting in March. The Select Board continued discussion of the proposal at their regular meeting on Monday. “There needs to be a conversation with the public,” Chairman Matt Fish said. “And there ...

Wilton Public Works director will be missed

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WILTON – On Jan. 22, Michael Tatro, Public Works Director for the past two years, died in an automobile accident in Greenfield. He was a resident of Antrim and on his way to work. In a statement on the town website, Town Administrator Nick Germain said, “Michael consistently demonstrated ...

Joyce M. Nelson

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Joyce M. Nelson, 79, resident of Milford, died on Jan. 18 at Catholic Medical Center, Manchester, after a brief illness. She was born on March 20, 1944, in Leominster, Mass., a daughter of the late Paul and Irene (Bergeron) Hurtubise. Joyce was raised and educated in Leominster and ...

Amherst Lions Club Fire and Ice coming

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Amherst Lions Club is looking for the best chili for its 8th Fire & Ice event, Friday, Feb 9, 5-7 p.m., at the Amherst Middle School. Cooks wishing to enter their chili recipe (two-gallon minimum) for one year's bragging rights should contact Joan Ferguson ...