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United Way benefits from community food drive

By GEORGE PELLETIER Milford Bureau Chief NASHUA – The community came out in droves, purchasing non-perishable food items at stores ranging from major supermarkets to independent food marts to support a food drive on May 2 by the United Way of Greater Nashua and their work with 12 food ...

Boys & Girls Club offers virtual programming and mentorship

NASHUA – With schools, organizations and businesses closed to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, youth across the nation are turning to the digital landscape for education, entertainment and the opportunity to stay connected. Now, more than ever, technology is vital to engaging youth and providing ...

Former village center named to national historic register

DEERFIELD (AP) – A former village center in New Hampshire has been named to the National Register of Historic Places, the state Division of Historical Resources said Wednesday. The Old Deerfield Center Historic District has been recognized for its architecture and as an example of ...

83-year-old Route 113 bridge added to historic register

LYME, N.H. (AP) – A bridge with expansive views of the Connecticut River that connects New Hampshire and Vermont will be added to the National Register of Historic Places. An application for the Route 113 bridge was submitted by the Lyme Heritage Commission and architect Frank Barrett, and ...

United Way of Greater Nashua hosting food drive on Saturday

The United Way of Greater Nashua is sponsoring a food drive from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Several area stores will be participating. See the PDF file below for details of which stores will be participating and which organizations will be supported. United Way Food Drive

Non-perishable food donations pick-up scheduled

The circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic have made it especially important to support our community food banks. To help meet the increasing demands on the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, a remote food drive has been scheduled. For donations, questions, or concerns contact Preya ...

Bedford Girl Scout generosity grows during pandemic

BEDFORD – Girl Scouts everywhere are stepping up to help out and to show their appreciation to the essential workers who are so critical during the COVID-19 pandemic. They are donating Girl Scout Cookies, running food drives, making face masks, and finding many ways to show that they care and ...

Girls Inc. of New Hampshire’s first virtual gala raises $175,000

MANCHESTER – The resilience that many Girls Inc. of New Hampshire members learn from the organization’s leaders was on full display April 17, when the organization hosted its annual gala virtually in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Girls Inc. of New Hampshire partnered with Event ...

Lunch Ladies Rule!!

On April 20, an artistic surprise was waiting for the crew at Hudson’s Memorial School. What a wonderful thing to walk into on a Monday morning! This was outside of their kitchen door. Thank you to the wonderful artists who made their day. Send us your pictures of encouragement to ...

Provides scholarship for students interested in medical fields

Rollinsford – Thanks to a lifetime of hard work, successful farming in the blueberry fields of New Jersey and sound financial investments, N.H. native Samuel Yarnold and his wife Alice bequeathed over $800,000 in scholarship funds for N.H. residents, Annual scholarships in the range of ...

Blood drives on tap

New Hampshire has reached a critical need for blood for local hospitals. Please consider donating as soon as possible to one of the local blood drives. For more information or to reserve a time, call 1-800-733-2767 or visit redcrossblood.org. Appointments can be made online. To support ...

Three NHREA $1,500 scholarships available

Education: 1. Irene Hart Memorial Award to be given to a graduate of a New Hampshire High School who has a major/minor in education and who is completing his/her last year of study at a New Hampshire college or university. 2. The New Hampshire Retired Educators Memorial Award to be given to a ...

Goodwill encourages residents to wait on donations of goods

Spring is the most popular time for people to clean out their closets, but this year everything is different. Goodwills around New Hampshire are closed, but the nonprofit is asking people to hold onto their donations until it’s safe to donate again. “We know people have been clearing ...

Annual hydrant flushing program to begin in Hudson

The Hudson Water Utility will be conducting its annual hydrant flushing program in the Town of Hudson starting on Sunday May 3, 2020, and finishing around May 31, 2020. Flushing is scheduled at NIGHT between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. and will continue throughout the month of May until ...

Hudson Memorial School Honor Roll

HIGH HONORS: Grade 6: Elsie Davis, Mikayla Dionne, Ethan Dudley, Benjamin Geiger, Benjamin McGowan, Victoria Suppa, Alanna Tardiff, Dani Wimmer. Grade 7: Kylie Grove, Lindsey Moreau, Ava Zaulyczny. Grade 8: Brynna Anderson, Kayla Collins, Joshua Grant, Brianna O’Brien. HONORS Grade ...

Leonard A. Smith Memorial Scholarship available to Hudson grads

The Friends of the Library of Hudson continue to support the goals of higher education for Hudson residents by financial support. During this time of changed school and town routines, some important modifications have been adopted. The Leonard A. Smith Memorial Scholarship has been awarded ...

Catch of the Day

Nolan Markarian, of Merrimack, went on a fishing trip last week and reeled in the ‘big one.’ Above, Markarian displays signs he made for his teacher and class at Reeds Ferry Elementary School. (Photos courtesy of Lisa Markarian)

Kids and Pets from Hudson

ROCK ART: Priscilla Willey, of Hudson, has lots to smile about with colorfully decorated rock art, compliments of her grandchildren: Kyron Woods, 8; Azaria Woods, 6; and Destiny Robinson, 11. The children live in Shephards Hill in Hudson and placed the rocks throughout the neighborhood, with ...