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Legion has talent, but trouble with overall numbers

Bedford News

NASHUA – Rick Harvey had a player meeting for the Hudson American Legion Post 48 baseball junior and senior program back in December. After sending out at least 60 emails, seven players showed up – and only one was there for the senior Legion team. He waited a couple more months, but by ...

Recalling the past

Bedford News

MERRIMACK – On any weekend this summer, there is probably an American Civil War re-enactment going on somewhere in the U.S., and even in Canada. Volunteers for the Merrimack Historical Society hope some of those re-enactors will be interested in what they have for sale. Last year, Steve ...

Students nominated for scholarships

Bedford News

New Hampshire Army Reserve Ambassador James Normand is pleased to announce the nomination of two Granite State students for four-year Army Reserve Minuteman Scholarships. Phebe Romano of Bedford High School was nominated for a four-year scholarship that will cover her tuition and fees at High ...

Bedford Women’s Club awards annual scholarships

Bedford News

BEDFORD – The Bedford Women’s Club is pleased to present the Josephine A. Fearon Scholarship to two high school seniors who are residents of Bedford. Educator and president of the Bedford Women’s Club in the 1940s, Fearon established the Bedford Women’s Club Scholarship for high school ...

TFMoran hosts NH CIBOR Awards event

Bedford News

BEDFORD – On Thursday, June 8, TFMoran hosted the annual NH Commercial Investment Board of REALTORS Awards Cookout. More than 100 NHCIBOR members and TFMoran staff were on hand to network and enjoy grilled meats and summer salads by the Wine’ing Butcher of Bedford. TFMoran’s president, ...

Hollis teen named NC top athlete

HB News

Nashua Catholic Regional Junior High School recently hosted their year-end sports award ceremony where top athletes were recognized for their accomplishments throughout the year. Each year, Nashua Catholic chooses to recognize athletes for their outstanding work ethic, performances and ...

HB senior awarded for recycling efforts

HB News

EPSOM – The Northeast Resource Recovery Association, New Hampshire the Beautiful and NRRA’s School Recycling CLUB presented Alexandra (Allie) Campbell with their Outstanding Student Recycler of the Year Award at the eighth annual School Recycling Conference on May 23 at the Radisson Hotel ...

Middle schoolers invited to ‘Hobbit’-style summer camp

HB News

This summer, middle schoolers in your community will have the opportunity to take part in an exciting, free-of-charge summer camp experience: The Hobbit Immersion Camp! Kids will spend two weeks on a guided, in-depth exploration of J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic fantasy story “The Hobbit.” The ...

Hollis Strawberry Festival set for Saturday

HB News

HOLLIS – The Hollis Town Band and the Hollis Woman’s Club will be hosting the 71st Hollis Strawberry Festival on Sunday, June 25 at the Hollis Town Commons. This festival was created to provide a much needed day off for the local farmers who worked their land seven days a week from sunrise ...

Calculating the value of libraries in the state

HB News

Editor’s Note: This is the sixth in a series of articles that will be released monthly throughout 2017 as part of the celebration of the New Hampshire State Library’s 300th anniversary. The State Library was founded Jan. 25, 1717, as the first state library in America. New Hampshire’s ...

Trout take flight to New Hampshire’s remote ponds

Merrimack News

CONCORD – The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department completed its annual aerial stocking of remote trout ponds this week. Every year, Fish and Game contracts a helicopter to stock remote ponds, from Sunapee Region to Pittsburg. During this one-day event, nearly 50 remote ponds are stocked ...

Calculating the value of libraries in the Granite State

Merrimack News

Editor’s Note: This is the sixth in a series of articles that will be released monthly throughout 2017 as part of the celebration of the New Hampshire State Library’s 300th anniversary. The State Library was founded Jan. 25, 1717, as the first state library in America. New Hampshire’s ...

Home Health offering hospice training course

Merrimack News

MERRIMACK – Home Health & Hospice Care is looking for people to volunteer their time to provide visits to hospice patients in the greater Nashua and surrounding areas. Volunteer support helps patients and their families feel less alone during a difficult time. A volunteer can make a ...

Comcast Foundation honors local teen

Merrimack News

CONCORD – The Comcast Foundation has announced the 2017 recipients of its annual Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program awards in New Hampshire. The program, funded by the Comcast Foundation, recognizes the best and brightest high school seniors for their community service, academic ...

Wilton to celebrate the season with annual Summerfest

Cabinet News

WILTON – This year’s Summerfest, the annual celebration of Wilton, will be held Saturday, June 24, beginning at 8 a.m. with a pancake breakfast in Main Street Park. Main Street will become a street fair with vendors of all kinds, plenty of food and a variety of live music offerings – ...

Souhegan High School honor roll

Cabinet News

AMHERST – Souhegan High School announced its honor roll for the third trimester of the 2016-17 school year. HIGHEST HONORS GRADE 9: Adams, Rebekah C.; Alton, Evmorfia B.; Behn, Savannah L.; Carlson, Camryn E.; Clement, Madeleine M.; Dancoes, Ryan T.; D’Augustine, Anthony R.; Dodge, Mary S.; ...

Police say Souhegan High School needs improved security

Cabinet News

AMHERST – The town’s two school resource officers told the Souhegan School Board it should upgrade the high school’s security by closing the campus and installing many more cameras. Officers Michael Knox and John Smith gave school officials a PowerPoint presentation recently and said ...

WLC grads told: ‘Only failure is not trying,’

Cabinet News

WILTON – As Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative’s seniors were about to move on to the next step in their lives, Superintendent Bryan Lane said he wanted them to act appropriately: “Go out and act like 1-year-olds.” One-year-olds don’t know what failure means, he said. They just know what ...