It’s the lady with the dog in her purse’s fault

Cabinet Editorials

All the excuses you need to know so you can feel better about yourself while paying outrageous prices to fix your car. Viable Excuse number seven, those irritating miscellaneous shop charges. In our last Article we discussed the expense item on the bill “hazardous waste removal”, and we ...

Fernald runs for office

Cabinet Letters

I am running for State Senate District 9 (which includes the towns of Mont Vernon, Lyndeborough and Temple) because New Hampshire is on the wrong track. Consider these trends: Since 2000, the total property tax bill in New Hampshire has more than doubled, rising faster than the incomes of ...

Thank you

Cabinet Letters

We wanted to write to publically thank the Milford Hospital Association for generously awarding us a first-time $2,500 grant to help expand our Loaner’s Closet for Durable Medical Equipment. The Milford Hospital Association supports causes that benefit the health and well-being of the ...


Cabinet Letters

What’s next? Now, shortly after the horrific separation of immigrant children from their parents, including children under 5 years old, comes the news that the Trump administration has tried to block a resolution supporting breastfeeding at the World Health Organization. There are four ...

Roundtable welcomed

Cabinet Letters

As both a small environmental business owner and a Nashua resident, my hat is off to Melanie Levesque, candidate for state Senate, for putting together a renewable energy roundtable last night at the Lawrence Barn in Hollis. Dick Swett, former congressman/ambassador and two local solar ...

Keeping and open mind

Cabinet Editorials

You might think that a Gay Pride rally that drew 15 people would not be considered a great success, but we would beg to disagree. On the contrary, for the first such rally on the Milford Oval, it was a fine start, aided by the number of people who honked their car horns in support as they ...