Saturday Jul 26
Show of Dreams brings classic British cars, culture to Hudson
Matt Baddeley leaned in close, then closer, spinning the focus ring on the macro lens on his camera to bring into focus a gleaming artifact of British transportation history.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Milford library packed for police talk on heroin, opioids
There are bad drugs here, but "Milford, NH, isn't south central Los Angeles," Sgt.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Some shoppers turn to farmstands
The growing problem of empty shelves at Market Basket that soon followed after the CEO shakeup means that customers will have to shop elsewhere for their produce in the meantime.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Customers, employees frustrated at bare shelves, uncertainty as Market Basket strike continues
Joel Ashe doesn't want his Market Basket to lose it's small-town feel. That, and he wants his Polish slab bacon.
Market Basket workers urged to 'shut it down'; deposed CEO urges fired workers be given jobs back
Thousands of Market Basket workers rally in Tewksbury, Mass., on Monday to pressure the supermaket chain to rehire its ousted CEO.
Peterborough: Meditation Center gets OK to build temple
After a weekend visit to the site of a proposed Buddhist temple near the former Temple Mountain ski area, Zoning Board of Adjustment members on Wednesday approved a special exception and a variance request, allowing the Temple Mountain Buddhist Meditation Center to move forward with its plan for a temple that could accommodate up to 75 people.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Two steps closer for recreation land purchase in Milford
The view of 127 Elm St. as seen from inside Keyes Memorial Park. Milford voters will decide on September 9 at a special town meeting if they want to purchase the property.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Former Milford teen arraigned on Hollis sex assault charges
Benjamin Austin, 18, formerly of Buxton Road, Milford and now of Kinsley Street, was in circuit court Thursday on an assault charge when he was arrested on the Hollis warrant.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Former Merrimack man sentenced to prison for possessing child pornography
Less than a year after his wife discovered images of nude children in a storage locker, a former Merrimack man was sentenced to up to seven years in prison earlier this week.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
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Milford working on a - connectivity plan' for hikers and bicyclists
Someday hikers might be able to park their car at Lorden Plaza, walk along the Souhegan River's north side to the Swing Bridge, then through downtown Milford and continue west along the Souhegan River Trail.
Storm took down "attractive nuisance" 60-foot swing in Mont Vernon
A bolt of lightning or some really strong wind knocked down the biggest swing in the region during last week's storms, but that may not have been entirely a bad thing.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Alternative routes being laid out for gas pipeline expansion
It was standing room only at Hollis Town Hall on Monday night, where the majority of the 80 or so residents attending indicated that if they had to have a pipeline going through the town, they'd prefer it avoid the Beaver Brook area altogether.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
More than $5M over legislative forecast takes pressure off NH governor
What looked like a crash landing for taxes and fees last month turned into a status quo touchdown - $5 million over the legislative forecast.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
JOSHUA THOMAS, son of Kymberly and Kurt Thomas of Milford, N.H., and Wenjing Dong, daughter of Qinxia Wu and Guojie Dong of Fushun, China, announce their engagement.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Ms. NH Senior America Pageant seeking contestants
The Ms. Senior America Pageant honors women who have reached the "age of elegance."
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.
Citizen honored by town of Amherst
Cabinet file photos Arnold Wight, with the gray mustach, was honored as Amherst's citizen of the year during the town's July Fourth celebration in 1988.