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HB performing arts to hold first ever ATAM awards night

HB News

[Barbosa and I]The International Thespian Society and the Tri-M Music Honor Society will be putting on the first ever Arts, Theatre and Music Awards on Friday, June 2. Established by ITS advisor Greg Parker, the Oscars-esque event will honor students throughout the performing arts department ...

Local youths take to the skies with the Civil Air Patrol

Merrimack News

NASHUA – Seven Nashua area teens experienced the thrill of aviation, through glider orientation flights with the Civil Air Patrol at Hartness State Airport, Springfield, Vt., on Sunday, April 23. The teens are members of Civil Air Patrol’s Greater Nashua Composite Squadron and Humphry Cadet ...

Local student wins Independent Karate School scholarship

Merrimack News

The Independent Karate School is proud to announce that Anna Correia, of Merrimack, is the 2017 recipient of their annual Craig Hutchinson memorial Scholarship. A senior at Merrimack High School, Correia has ranked in the highest academic percentile for her class, and will graduate as ...

Subaru ‘shares the love’ to Meals on Wheels program

Merrimack News

MERRIMACK – St. Joseph Community Services, the provider of Meals on Wheels in Hillsborough County, received $7,516 from the 2016-17 Subaru Share the Love Event sponsored by Subaru of America, Inc. The award supports the Meals on Wheels program which provides hot, nutritious meals and vital ...

Fish and Game offering Hike Safe cards for summer

Merrimack News

CONCORD – Now that summer is almost officially upon us, the NH Fish and Game Department reminds outdoor enthusiasts to use caution on the trails and to support search and rescue by purchasing a Hike Safe Card. The card is valuable for anyone hiking, paddling, cross country skiing or engaging ...

Merrimack student earns national recognition

Merrimack News

Merrimack High School Junior Justin Barry has earned national recognition in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards of 2017. Barry has been identified by panels of creative professionals as one of the most talented young artists in the nation. This year, more than 330,000 works of art and ...

Milford Historical Society featuring Memorial Day exhibit

Cabinet News

MILFORD – A Revolutionary War memoir by a Wilton soldier tells of his troop discovering a 2-year-old boy who Indians had captured and left behind. The same day, a cow wandered into the troop’s camp in upstate New York, and one of the soldiers was “released from duty to care for the ...

Remembering WWI this Memorial Day

Cabinet News

Memorial Day is dedicated to remembering those citizens who died in our various wars. But most of the focus now is either on the Civil War, when the tradition of decorating graves began, or on World War II. Between them was “The War to End All Wars,” known now as World War I. It is ...

Milford school food program in the red

Cabinet News

MILFORD – The Milford food service program is expected to be self-funding, but has been running a deficit every year for five years. Student enrollments have gone down, and so is the number of students buying breakfast and lunch, with 172,000 meals served in 2015-16 compared with 224,000 in ...

Discussion focuses on Milford author of historic ‘Our Nig,’

Cabinet News

MILFORD – David Palance hated his history classes when he was a kid, so it’s a little ironic he is now president of the Milford Historical Society. As he grew older, he realized that history is fascinating, partly because it’s about human beings in all their complexity. In school, history ...

Lyndeborough plans Memorial Day services

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – The Lafayette Artillery Company will hold Memorial Day services on Sunday, May 28. Here is the schedule: • 9:30 a.m.: Center Church services. • 10:45: Procession to Center Cemetery for prayers and rifle salute. • 11:15: South Cemetery for prayers and a rifle ...

Clean Up Day scheduled for Wilton community

Cabinet News

WILTON – Volunteer Main Street Litter Clean Up Day will be Saturday, May 27, sponsored by the Wilton Community Center. Volunteers are asked to meet at the Sky Bridge Cafe door at 8 a.m. to sign in, get a section assignment, and receive orange vests and blue litter bags. Wear heavy-duty work ...

Motorcycles, riders blessed in Wilton

Cabinet News

WILTON – Motorcycle enthusiasts parked their bikes in front of the Second Congregational Church on a bright Sunday, May 21, morning for a traditional Blessing of the Motorcycles. The Rev. Dr. Regina Kinney offered a prayer for a safe summer of riding, and then blessed each of the bikes in ...

Calvettis celebrate 60th anniversary

Cabinet News

MILFORD – Richard and Lorraine Calvetti, of Milford, are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on Thursday, May 25. They were married in Spencer, Mass., in 1957, and have two children, four grandchildren and one great-grandchild after “60 happy years,” Richard Calvetti said. Their ...

WLC essay winners, teachers honored

Cabinet News

MERRIMACK – Merrimack Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8641 celebrated Loyalty Day with a dinner on April 23 honoring the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative winners of the Voice of Democracy Essay and Patriots Pen Essay. Voice of Democracy winners were: First, Jude Roberts; second, Madison ...

Kids learn about proper diet

Cabinet News

LYNDEBOROUGH – The students at the Early Leaning Center know a lot about eating good food. You need it to “Grow, Glow and Go,” dietitian Donna Poe told them at an assembly on May 16 – “Grow strong bodies, feel good and have a lot of energy.” Poe and Linda Dionne are diabetes ...

Milford High School Honor Roll

Cabinet News

Milford High School honor roll for the third quarter of 2016-17. HIGH HONORS GRADE 9: Autumn Arel, Kailey Audette, Lauren Auger, Taylor Austin, Caroline Boudreau, Emmalene Budway, Ava Chappell, Autumn Clarke, William Cook, Sarah Curfman, Jade deLeon, Lorelai DeMambro, Ryley Flynn, Abigail ...

Hillsborough County Democrats caucus planned

Cabinet News

WILTON – Hillsborough County Democrats will meet at 9 a.m. at the Second Congregational Church, 25 Gregg St., on June 3 to elect county Democratic officers and at-large members of the county executive committee. The Democratic county executive committee is responsible for all Democratic ...