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Girl: Hi there, pleased to meet you. My name is Girl and…you guessed it, I’m a girl - Meow! I am a beautiful ten year old Siamese/Mix cat looking for my forever home. I am a laid back cat who loves head scratches and pets. I am an independent feline and would do best as your one and only. I ...

World Academy Second Term Honor Rolls

HIGH HONOR ROLL Fourth Grade: Roshini Abraham, Lucas Antiquera, Omar Atef, Michael Bacotti, Milan Bartoli, Stella Cail-Fedion, Parisa Deurell, Simon Fabra-Jimenez, Carter Ferrantino, George Filiatrault, Emily Fulton, Eren Gokay, Michael Greenblatt, Oliver Ham, Gretchen Hamler, Phinn ...

National Library Week is April 4-10

NASHUA – This week, the Nashua Public Library encourages all community members to visit its website to explore and use its virtual services and programs. The library offers a wide array of online resources that are available from the comfort of home, including downloadable books, audiobooks ...

UMass Lowell to award more than $1M in summer scholarships

LOWELL, Mass. – In an effort to help offset the financial hardships that many are experiencing, UMass Lowell is allocating more than $1 million for scholarships for new and continuing undergraduate students who enroll for the 2021 summer semester. Steven Tello, vice provost for graduate, ...

NH Women’s Foundation announces expanded team to support new strategic plan

CONCORD – On Thursday, the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation announced three key personnel changes: Crystal Paradis has been hired as Director of Strategic Communications and Community Engagement; Karen Tebbenhoff is transitioning to an expanded role of Director of Events and Operations; and ...

Nashua Lions help with food distribution

U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster chats with Nashua Lions secretary Linda Quebec and District Governor Marie Hall at Holman Stadium on Tuesday. The Lions participated in the New Hampshire Food Bank food distribution and handed out 400 boxes during the two-hour session.

Downtown book group to discuss two new novels this spring

The Nashua Public Library’s Downtown Book Group is open to the public and welcomes new members. The group meets virtually on the second Friday of the month at 3 p.m. It is led by a reference librarian. Two recent novels are up for discussion this spring: April 9: “Everywhere You Don’t ...

Poetry Corner for March 27-28

one shot can save your life one shot can take it which crisis will eclipse a bad day, a wait of six or a suspended drop of sickness lives are taken regardless we are at risk for a routine trip by hail of bullets or vapor in breath either projectile will ...

Pets of the Week

ANGEL: Hi there my name is Angel. I am a beautiful 5 year old cat with lovely white fur. I am very very shy and nervous, and I need somebody who is consistent and patient to help me come out of my shell. Being deaf I can feel lots of noise vibrations near me, so I would appreciate a calm ...

Aviation Museum of N.H. preparing for upcoming volunteer open house

LONDONDERRY – Anyone who would like to be part of a community of people who enjoy airplanes and aviation, and at the same time enjoy contributing to a good cause, is urged to put Tuesday, April 6 on their calendars. For on that evening, the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire will be welcoming ...

Rodgers Memorial announces activities

HUDSON – The Rodgers Memorial Library has announced the following activities: Spice Club: The Rodgers Memorial Library Spice Club will feature a different spice or spice mix from around the world each month. The March spice is cumin and the April Spice is Ginger. Pick up a free spice kit ...

Celebrate Merrimack’s 275th with 2.75 race

MERRIMACK – On April 2, the town of Merrimack will officially celebrate its 275th birthday. As part of the town’s year-long celebration, the Parks & Recreation Department invites locals to join them at 10 a.m. on May 15 for this historic event by participating in a 2.75 mile “Not ...

SBA to increase lending limit

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Small Business Administration is increasing the maximum amount small businesses and nonprofit organizations can borrow through its COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program. Starting the week of April 6, the SBA is raising the loan limit for the COVID-19 EIDL ...

Stay Work Play names new board members

MANCHESTER – Stay Work Play, a New Hampshire nonprofit whose mission is to attract and retain more young people in New Hampshire, has announced the appointment of two new members to its board of directors. “We are excited to expand our board with two new members who will bring their ...

Deziel appointed as NHDES assistant chief

CONCORD – Last week, the appointment of Dennis R. Deziel to serve as assistant commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services was approved by Gov. Chris Sununu and the Executive Council. Deziel most recently served as regional administrator for Region 1 of the U.S. ...

N.H. players wager more than $7.5M

CONCORD – New Hampshire Lottery players have placed more than 182,000 wagers totaling $7.5 million through the first two rounds of the Men’s College Basketball Tournament, which tipped-off last week. The New Hampshire Lottery and DraftKings, the exclusive digital sports betting operator in ...

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center to host virtual Super Stellar Friday

The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will host its monthly online Super Stellar Friday series as the Spark Academy of Advanced Technologies’ VEX Robotics Team talks about their work via Zoom webinar on Friday, April 2nd at 7 pm. Team members will talk about their robot, the design and ...