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Habitat of Humanity House Progressing

The new Habitat of Humanity house under construction at 19 Pleasant St. in Wilton got its roof on Saturday. Ground was broken for the project in November, and a crew of volunteers with Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity has been working on the project since spring. In May, resident Jocelyn ...

Local business shows staff appreciation

MILFORD – Amherst Label, located at 15 Westchester Drive in Milford, knows how to make a clever idea stick. The family-owned label-maker boasts 50 employees, 40-plus years in the label and specialty printing business, multiple industry awards and as a company, they know how to reward their ...

Huizenga responds to criticism from community

Editor’s Note: This is the second of a two-part series from a Cabinet exclusive sit-down with Milford School District Superintendent Jessica Huizenga. ––– In the second part of a conversation with Milford School district superintendent Dr. Jessica L. Huizenga and school board chair ...

One injured in automobile accident

On Sept. 17, the Lyndeborough Police Department responded to Center Road near the intersection of Herrick Road for a single car motor vehicle crash vehicle into a tree. The vehicle involved was a 2011 black Dodge Challenger, driven by; Joshua Nichols of Jaffrey. Nichols was entrapped in the ...

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Spartans, Sabers start 2-0

Opening a football game with five straight scoring drives will generally result in a victory and that was the case for the Milford Spartans on Friday night, earning a solid 35-13 win over Manchester West. After starting their first drive on the West 30-yard line, the Spartans needed just two ...

Bowkett fired up for CHaD

There is no switch that needs to be flipped, no prodding necessary. Robin Bowkett gets after it. He supplies the self-motivation. Take this past summer. Bowkett had seen the 2018 CHaD All-Star Game as a fan for the first time. He liked what he saw, so the Souhegan High School football coach ...

Dear NHIAA: Pump up rivalries

To the powers that be in the NHIAA, please forward your complaints to one Tom King, care of The Telegraph. His brilliant coverage of the Nashua area athletes has again driven me to this plea. It seems like once a year I write this. Perhaps I should “Andy Dufresne” it and increase my ...

Trudel shines at XC invitational

Souhegan High sophomore Chloe Trudel had a spectacular Sunday, coasting home to victory in the Bobcat Invitational Cross Country Meet, hosted by Oyster River High School at Demmerit Hills Farm in Lee. Trudel covered the 5k in 19:41, cranking out the big win on a very tough course and helping ...

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Strengthening security in New Hampshire

No one should fear for their life when they enter a house of worship to reflect and pray. But in New Hampshire and across the country, religious institutions are facing growing threats. Domestic terrorists have attacked houses of worship including an Oak Creek Sikh temple, a Charleston church, ...

A look at United We Sleep 2019

I was talking with a friend of mine (let’s call him “Andy”) the other day and he told me that my sales pitch for our sleep out needs a little work. Well, needless to say, I was a little bit dismayed, so I asked him what he meant, and he said “Mike, when you first asked me to participate ...

Weighing positives and negatives

Three Democratic candidates for president, and perhaps more, are hoping to gain votes by proposing all-out prohibitions on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, used in the oil and natural gas industries. Sens. Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have all proposed the bans. Look ...

Gun debate heats up

On Aug. 9, Gov. Chris Sununu vetoed three gun-control bills passed by the Democratic-controlled New Hampshire Legislature. This instantly led several Democratic leaders in both the House and Senate, as well as lobbying organizations that favor gun control, to distribute statements reflecting ...

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Roger Rivard

Roger Rivard, a resident of New Ipswich, NH died on August 18, 2019 after a period of declining health. He was a longtime former resident of Wilton, NH and later residing in Greenville and New Ipswich. A grave side service will be held on September 27, 2019 at 1:00 PM in the Pleasant Street ...

Tara R. Anderson

Tara R. Anderson, 45, resident of Milford, NH died on September 14, 2019 at her home. She was born in Nashua, NH on May 4, 1974, a daughter of the late Leonard W. and Sharon R. (Perry) Anderson. Tara graduated from Nashua Vo-Tech and made her home in the Amherst and Milford area for most of ...

Kenneth Bernard Winiecki Sr.

Kenneth B. Winiecki, Sr. passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Sept. 14, 2019 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Nashua, NH. He was born in 1940 in Chicago, IL to Sigmund and Melania (nee Kaminski) Winiecki. He attended St. John of God Primary School during which time he was an alter boy and ...

Robert W. Brown

Robert W. Brown, 83, of Milford, NH, passed away on Saturday, September 14, 2019, at St. Joseph’s Hospital, in Nashua, NH, after a brief illness. Born in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1936, to Lymon O. and Ruth (Tharpe) Brown, Mr. Brown was raised in Indiana before moving his family to Amherst, ...