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Rotary Club of Nashua names scholarship winners

NASHUA – Rotary Club of Nashua recently announced the following scholarship awards for 2020 to deserving recipients in Greater Nashua: 1. Brooke Bakhit, Nashua High School North: Faucher/Arsenault scholarship of $10,000 over 4 years. She will be attending the University of New Hampshire, ...

Pets of the Week for June 21

Johnny: Good morning everyone!  I’m a handsome man who is finally ready to find a home.  I was one of the Bradford Rescue pups.  I have a beautiful black coat and am just two and a half years old. I’ve been working on my dog interaction skills with our trainer and staff and have come a ...

Girls on the Run N.H. unveils POWER UP activity kit

Girls on the Run New Hampshire recently unveiled the Power Up Activity Kit to help keep New Hampshire girls active and healthy through the summer while inspiring creativity, encouraging movement and teaching new skills. The New Hampshire council is a leader in developing and delivering ...

Local Scholars for June 21

Local College Graduates Castleton University Noah Connolly Repole of Litchfield Erin Smith of Nashua Cedar Crest College Cassandra Reijgers of Hollis College of William & Mary Samuel McIntyre of Nashua Dickinson College Emily Messer of Greenville Hamilton ...

Local Boys & Girls Club awards scholarships

NASHUA – Even in these uncertain times, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua have made sure the accomplishments and milestones of Club members and alumni are recognized and celebrated. Thanks to the generosity of scholarship donors, the Club was able to continue awarding graduating ...

Rodgers Memorial Library

The Rodgers Memorial Library is having a summer reading program for all ages and is offering a variety of virtual events. ––– Summer Reading Program For All Ages At Rodgers Memorial Library Join Rodgers Memorial Library as we Dig Deeper! Read! Investigate! Discover! Everyone is ...

Poetry Corner

The quiet of night Reveals your marks on my heart The sorrow falls deep From here Through the earth To beyond any sense We know or define And each night It returns to show me again How you are not mine Leslie Baron, Nashua native ••• all windblown ...

Local Scholars

Local College Graduates Assumption College John Behn of Amherst Abigail Cunningham of Nashua Callie Dwyer of Merrimack Nicole McMorrow of Milford Dana Mendes of Merrimack Luke Orlando of Litchfield Anya Rochussen of Litchfield Hayden Stagnone of ...

Bishop Libasci ordains two men to the priesthood

MANCHESTER – The Most Rev. Peter A. Libasci, Bishop of Manchester, ordained Rev. Ryan Amazeen and Rev. Joshua Livingston to the priesthood at Saint Joseph Cathedral in Manchester on June 6. “It brings me great joy to know that, even in these difficult times, men continue to hear and ...

Pets of the Week for June 14

Brandy: Hi there! My name is Brandy! I am two years and five months old, with a stunning grey and tan coat. I am a very social girl, who loves to meow and chit chat with you! My history is unknown, but my future is bright…could it be with you? I’m very outgoing and affectionate. If I’m ...

Poetry Corner for June 6

My heart weighs heavy amongst flagrant oppression. Black skin hunted like open season, our scent carried in the wind. The color itself represents Strength, Power, and strong will! The soul that gives this color life has had to learn to absorb negativity- silently, No more! We stand tall ...

Virtual events for all ages slated at Hudson library

Go to the Rodgers Memorial Library website, rodgerslibrary.org, to register for these upcoming events and check out other fun and interesting online happenings. ––– Meet Noggin and Chloe the Sled Dogs and Their Human June 10, 3:30-4:30 Join Karen Land, three-time participant ...

Local Scholars

Local College Graduates ––– Becker College Natalie Caraccio of Amherst Chad Matte of Nashua Margaret Tremblay of Wilton ––– Bucknell University Becca Rooney of Bedford ––– Cedarville University Laura Bannister of Nashua Avery Traffie of New ...

Bishop Libasci ordains two to transitional diaconate

MANCHESTER – The Most Rev. Peter A. Libasci, Bishop of Manchester, ordained Rev. Mr. David Gagnon and Rev. Mr. Joseph Moynahan to the transitional diaconate at Saint Joseph Cathedral in Manchester on May 30. The diaconate is the first of three ranks of ordained ministry in the Catholic ...

Pets of the Week for June 6

Pets of the Week for June 6 ––– Pemi Pleased to meet you, my name is Pemi! I am an 11 year old sweet and snuggly adult cat, but I am a kitten at heart. I came to the shelter as a stray so my previous life is a mystery. I have soft and silky hair and love to be pet and snuggled! ...

24-hour giving event encourages unity in N.H.

CONCORD – Granite Staters are being invited to rally behind the nonprofit organizations doing great work in New Hampshire communities during NH Gives, a 24-hour online giving event on June 9 and 10. People can choose nonprofits to support and take advantage of matching gifts to increase ...

City garden tour and plant sale scheduled for Sunday

Owner of The Big Little Garden, Barb Young, invites the public to enjoy a self-guided walk through her garden. She is hosting the free event with an encouraged donation which will be given directly to Symphony NH. Enjoy a red-veined Enkianthus that towers at 15 feet high and is loaded with ...

‘The Poplars’ guest house: A cottage industry

The farm homes and productive farm fields along Lowell Road, coupled with the street railroad (trolley) operating between Nashua and Lowell, bolstered a cottage industry of guest houses and country resorts in Hudson during the early 1900s. By 1895 the Lowell and Suburban Street Railway from ...