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Fish and Game releases 2017 NH spring gobbler season results

HB News

CONCORD – Hunters harvested 4,482 turkeys in New Hampshire during the 2017 spring hunt. This is 600 more turkeys than the 3,882 taken in the 2016 spring season and the second highest harvest, surpassed only by the 4,550 taken in 2013. “Last winter was relatively easy for wild turkeys ...

Scholars

HB News

BECKER COLLEGE The following local students were named to the spring 2017 dean’s list at Becker College in Worcester, Mass. FROM HOLLIS: Lauren Ledoux. ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY The following local students graduated this spring from Rochester (N.Y.) Institute of Technology. FROM ...

Merrimack Premium Outlets welcomes new retail shop

Merrimack News

MERRIMACK – Merrimack Premium Outlets announced today that women’s boutique francesca’s will open its doors at the center in Suite 673 on Saturday, Aug. 12. The newest addition to the outlets will offer the latest in women’s apparel, jewelry, shoes, accessories and gift items. ...

Report: Merrimack a safe place to raise kids

Merrimack News

MERRIMACK – The town has the fifth spot on SafeWise’s list of 30 Safest Cities to Raise a Child for 2017. In a press release, SafeWise wrote of Merrimack: “Tucked into the outside curve of the Merrimack River, this city is often touted as a best place to live due to its accessibility for ...

Tiny house is a big project for teens in Wilton

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – Tiny houses are in the news as the latest thing – so Jason Elder, a student at High Mowing School in Wilton, decided to build one. “A classmate said, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to turn one into a dorm room?’ “ Elder said recently. He later was joined in the project by ...

Seven ways to enjoy the rest of the season

Cabinet News

August: It’s a bittersweet month for summer-lovers. On one hand, it’s lovely, with morning and evening light that takes on a special glow. But August also means the season that is never long enough is coming to an end. Stretch out the warm, lazy days with fun things to do. Here are seven ...

Civics lessons are on tap at athletic club

Cabinet News

Milford – Signers of the 18th Amendment would have been shocked. Ninety-eight years after this country banned the making and selling of alcoholic beverages, people will drink beer and cocktails – and talk about the U.S. Constitution. That amendment eventually was repealed, and people’s ...

Region Calendar

Cabinet 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. 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Aug. 16: Coastal Birding. Meet at Hampton Beach State ...

At the Library

Cabinet News

AMHERST Amherst Town Library, 14 Main St. 673-2288, library@amherst.lib.nh.us, amherstlibrary.org. Mixed Abstract, Motion or Emotion? Come explore the abstract artworks of Tracy Hayes now through Aug. 31 at the Amherst Town Library. Hayes’ artwork is a exploration of connections that emerge ...

Town selectman appointed

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – Mark Chamberlain has spent the last couple of years serving on the town’s highway advisory and safety complex options study committee, so when he was asked if he’d fill the vacancy left on the board of selectman by the death of Lee Mayhew, he agreed. “I think I have some ...

A dream come true

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – Ten years ago, Sarah Chadzynski began thinking about a school that would have the students outside, connecting with nature and developing a love for the planet. This fall, that dream will become a reality. Sarah and her husband, Peter, will open Harvest Farm School and will ...

Limits are set for weight on Mountain Rd.

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH — The final paving of Mountain Road will be complete within the next two weeks, but there will be limits on who can use it until that pavement has set. At the suggestion of both the engineers and paving company, two logging operations are on temporary hold while the selectmen ...

Historic register eyed

Cabinet News

WILTON – The planning design charette is over. The organizers have community input and the recommendations of the professionals. “And now we are good to go in several directions,” Jen Beck, chairwoman of the town’s economic development committee, told selectmen July 31. “We have some ...

Bedford Farmers Market celebrates National Farmers Market Week

Bedford News

BEDFORD – The Bedford Farmers’ Market joins markets across the country in celebrating National Farmers Market Week from August 6-12. As demand for local food continues to grow, so too have the opportunities for America’s farmers to market fresh food directly to the consumer. According to ...

Cannone, Collins, McCahill to play in Shrine Bowl Saturday

Bedford News

Bedford natives Nick Cannone, Connor Collins and Jack McCahill will play one more high school football game. Cannone and Collins, who played for Bedford, and McCahill, who played at Trinity, will line up for New Hampshire in the 64th Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl against Vermont at Saturday at ...

Sweet summer

Bedford News

Trending that day were roomy white bee suits with attached mesh veils. The occasion was a summer picnic held Saturday, July 15, with 43 beekeepers in attendance at the Hollis property of Mike and Diane Mattock. A hive opening to peek at the honey bees residing among the couple’s five hives ...

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

Bedford 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 ...

Bedford Lions Club chosen for Hannaford Cause Bag program

Bedford News

BEDFORD – The Bedford Lions Club, a nonprofit committed to charitable causes for sight, medical relief, community functions and scholarships, has been selected as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Cause Bag program for the month of August. The Hannaford Cause Bag program, launched in October ...

News Digest

Bedford News

Local man receives professional engineer license BEDFORD – Jason Hill recently received his New Hampshire professional engineer license. Hill serves as a project manager for TFMoran, Inc. in the civil engineering department. He has over 15 years of experience, including site planning and ...