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Field hockey team mum sale Sept. 16

HB News

HOLLIS – The Hollis Brookline High School Field Hockey team is once again selling fall mums. They are gorgeous, half-bushel size, locally grown flowers approximately 30-inches diameter, planted in 12-inch pots and placed in a wooden fruit basket. Each one is just $22. This year’s field ...

Townwide Yard Sale set for Sept. 16

HB News

BROOKLINE – Have you been trying to decide when to have a yard sale to get rid of things you have around the house that you don’t want or need anymore? Don’t put it off any longer! Join the Brookline Town-wide Yard Sale Day and sell your stuff! The Brookline Community Church is organizing ...

Calendar

Merrimack News

COMMUNITY EVENTS AUBURN: MASSABESIC AUDUBON CENTER The Massabesic Audubon Center, 26 Audubon Way, Auburn, will host the following events. More information: 668-2045 or nhaudubon.org. Reservations required for all events. Wild NH Photo Contest and fundraiser: The Massabesic Audubon Center ...

Rain brings E. coli levels up once again

Cabinet News

The Souhegan Watershed Association conducts volunteer water quality tests on the Souhegan and Merrimack Rivers every two weeks during the summer. The luck of the draw means that many of the tests this summer have come during or after heavy rainstorms. That happened again for this week’s ...

A sense of community

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – In spite of Saturday’s gray skies and occasional chilly breeze, those attending the 11th annual Community Day in Lyndeborough Center could find a wide variety of things to do, from a history tour of the Center Cemetery, a silent auction and CPR classes to a magic show, a flag ...

Riverbend Youth Co. presents ‘High School Musical’

Cabinet News

MILFORD – The iconic movie “High School Musical” is being brought to the stage by The Riverbend Youth Co. this weekend – Aug. 18, 19 and 20 – at Amato Theater at the Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley. One of the biggest pop culture phenomena in recent memory, Disney ...

New program proposed

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – Students at the cooperative elementary school should know a lot more about the history of their towns and Wilton Heritage Commission Member Deborah Mortvedt is proposing a way to remedy that – get them acquainted with the Historical Societies in their towns. She approached ...

Milford student helps college win competition

Cabinet News

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Zoe Menendez, of Milford, is a member of the Johnson & Wales University “Adteam,” which recently was announced as the winner of the 2017 National Student Advertising Competition hosted by the American Advertising Federation in New Orleans. This marks the best finish ...

Police Log

Cabinet News

AMHERST Aug. 5 Police arrested Ashley Brown, 26, of Haverhill, Mass., on a charge of aggravated DWI. Brown was released on $2,500 PR bail, with an arraignment set for Aug. 17. Aug. 6 Police arrested Kurt Wilson, 30, of Nashua, on a charge of willful concealment. Wilson was released on $5,000 PR ...

Fast News

Cabinet News

Help wanted MILFORD – The Milford welfare office is looking for two or three residents to volunteer on the social services warrant article committee. The committee will evaluate agencies working for the people of Milford and who have applied for funding. It will evaluate each proposal and ...

Military News

Cabinet News

Airman 1st Class Willie J. Miles III U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Willie J. Miles III graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. The airman completed an intensive eight-week program that included training in military discipline and ...

Selectmen eye SHS security

Cabinet News

AMHERST – Selectmen have come out in support of police who want Souhegan High School to beef up its security, but they stopped short of endorsing internal cameras and locked doors. At a recent meeting, board members said they were cautious about overstepping their authority, but agreed they ...

Milford’s Hampshire Dome rises once again

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Just like in the well-known baseball movie “Field of Dreams,” if you build it, they will come. The Hampshire Dome, which collapsed in March, is now being resurrected thanks to the efforts of not only the owners, but a slew of volunteers from around the Milford area who want to ...

Garwin Falls’ popularity brings traffic congestion

Cabinet News

WILTON – The inclusion of privately owned Garwin Falls in both the New Hampshire and New England guides to waterfalls is causing major traffic and parking problems for local residents. About two dozen concerned citizens attended the selectmen’s meeting Monday to express those concerns and ...

There goes the sun!

Cabinet News

AMHERST – “Here comes the sun – here goes the sun,” Ruslyn Vear sang gayly as she skipped into the Amherst Town Library’s main reading room Monday to introduce the evening’s speaker to a packed audience. Solar astronomer R.P. Hale from the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center was ...

Vermont blanks NH Shrine team

Bedford News

Make it two in a row for Vermont. Fair Haven’s Dylan Ellis scored a pair of touchdowns and Vermont stifled New Hampshire for a 19-0 victory in the 64th Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl on Saturday evening at Spartan Stadium in Castleton, Vt. It’s the second straight victory in the series for the ...

Follow the red lines

Bedford News

AMHERST – When Steve Hale came up from Louisiana to New Hampshire for graduate school in the early 1990s he had little interest in hiking. What did interest him was birds, and he did his Ph.D. thesis on the Bicknell’s thrush, a small bird that can be found in the high mountains of New ...

60th annual NH Antiques Show this weekend

Bedford News

MANCHESTER – For six decades, the annual NH Antiques Show has upheld the tradition of bringing fine quality antiques to New England. The NH Antiques Dealers Association date for the 60th annual New Hampshire Antiques Show is through Aug. 12 at the Radisson Hotel Manchester. This years’ show ...

Signs of wildlife abound in Bedford’s backyard – Part 2

Bedford News

In part one of our article, we looked at a few of our fine furry and feathered friends who coexist with us here in town (namely, birds, beavers, porcupines and turkeys). With your “wildlife radar” turned on and tuned in, you’ll see evidence of those critters (and a few more we’ll ...

Restaurant raises $112K for camp’s van, oncology session

HB News

CASCO, MAINE – Managing Partners from 17 Texas Roadhouse locations throughout New England, as well as six individuals from the Texas Roadhouse Corporate office in Louisville, Ky., visited Camp Sunshine for the Texas Roadhouse Oncology Session. Not only did the long-time corporate partner ...