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Spectacular Season: Harvests ongoing as autumn arrives

Bumble bees and goldfinches flaunt the brilliance of yellow and black as they make hasty, end-of-season visits to the growing wonders yet to be harvested by local gardeners who tend around 100 plots at the Victory Garden located behind Greeley Park in Nashua. The upcoming culmination of the ...

Carton of assorted fabric holds promise of creative crafts

Crafters working with yards of fabric may find large projects a cinch, and smaller pieces of material to fit ‘in a pinch’ – fabric scraps in many shapes and sizes may generate surprises with ideas for craft fairs and home decor, perfect for just what’s needed and maybe more. “You ...

Helping Hands

EDITOR’S NOTE: Please review your nonprofit’s listing, and refresh it as needed. What are your current needs? Contact person? Hours? Send changes to neighbors@ nashuatelegraph.com. Thank you! Helping Hands is a weekly feature that provides information about the needs of local nonprofit ...

More than miles: Fourth annual Water Walk returns to Nashua Sept. 15

To raise awareness of the importance of access to clean water – particularly in two rural communities in Nigeria – the Thank You Project’s fourth annual Water Walk returns to Nashua Saturday, Sept. 15. The two-mile walk begins and ends at Greeley Park, with a stop at the Nashua River ...

Lots and lots of cookbooks; living room set; set for history

Cookbooks in 15th and 16th century Europe were truly ‘fit for kings,’ as published collections of recipes emanated from the palaces of monarchs. Created within a court culture, recipes attested to the luxury of foods presented at royal banquets. The introduction of modern printing ...

Helping Hands

EDITOR’S NOTE: Please review your nonprofit’s listing, and refresh it as needed. What are your current needs? Contact person? Hours? Send changes to neighbors@ nashuatelegraph.com. Thank you! Helping Hands is a weekly feature that provides information about the needs of local nonprofit ...

Meet your principals: Introductions to the leaders of Nashua’s schools

These are the names and faces leading Nashua’s diverse schools – “Bios” are grouped by level (elementary, middle and then high school) and arranged alphabetically by school. Some of the faces are new in the district, while others have been working for decades. Principals met with ...

Assortment of Make’n Molds celebrate holidays, events

The National Day Calendar tells us Aug. 26 is National Webmistress Day, National Dog Day, National Women’s Equality Day and National Cherry Popsicle Day, all potential celebratory occasions worthy of homemade treats. A collection of assorted chocolate candy molds in the hands of a ...

Helping Hands

EDITOR’S NOTE: Please review your nonprofit’s listing, and refresh it as needed. What are your current needs? Contact person? Hours? Send changes to neighbors@nashuatelegraph.com. Thank you! Helping Hands is a weekly feature that provides information about the needs of local nonprofit ...

Pool offer, AC request, hot topics in quests to keep cool

And the heat goes on … a little ‘take off’ on the 1979 single “And the Beat Goes On” by The Whispers, their first Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, the numbers seeming even more appropriate. Hopefully everyone is staying hydrated, using sunscreens, etc. Some community leaders are ...

Helping Hands

EDITOR’S NOTE: Please review your nonprofit’s listing, and refresh it as needed. What are your current needs? Contact person? Hours? Send changes to neighbors@ nashuatelegraph.com. Thank you! Helping Hands is a weekly feature that provides information about the needs of local nonprofit ...

Nashua Goes Back to School event connects community

School will soon be back in session, time for shopping, planning, and discussion – What do the children already have, what will they still need? – Is a new school in the picture, a new schedule to read? – Encouraging children to donate school supplies to help others conveys a new meaning ...

Helping Hands

EDITOR’S NOTE: Please review your nonprofit’s listing, and refresh it as needed. What are your current needs? Contact person? Hours? Send changes to neighbors@ nashuatelegraph.com. Thank you! Helping Hands is a weekly feature that provides information about the needs of local nonprofit ...

Start on an island, end on an island: Hopping from the NH coast to Maine

As summer winds down, there are no better places to book-end the last beach days than heading to islands, New England-style. Start off along the New Hampshire coast, throw in some classic inns, end at an “artist-colony” – that’s the way to keep summer alive. At least through ...

Nashua couple delivers Hollis Brookline publication

Retirement is a milestone many people look forward to their entire life. After decades of work, most use their golden years to travel, spend time with family, delve into long-neglected hobbies or to just relax and enjoy the fruits of so many years of labor. For one local couple, though, ...

New backpacks is a Homeless Veterans Stand Down need

In times of war, combat units requiring time for rest and recovery were removed from the battlefields to a secure environment to receive care, warm meals and enjoy camaraderie. Stand Down, a community intervention program, now affords the same opportunities to homeless veterans, helping them to ...

Helping Hands

EDITOR’S NOTE: Please review your nonprofit’s listing, and refresh it as needed. What are your current needs? Contact person? Hours? Send changes to neighbors@ nashuatelegraph.com. Thank you! Helping Hands is a weekly feature that provides information about the needs of local nonprofit ...

Life on the farm: Wilton bull finds ‘forever home’ in Massachusetts

Once “Dudley” roamed a New Hampshire pasture alone. Now the Scottish Highlands bull with the big soulful eyes is surrounded by company, including two sweet young cows in an adjacent stall. Dudley was purchased from a Milford farm earlier this year by David Wirbal, of Wilton, with the help ...

NSK&S begins Backpacks for Back to School program 2018

Carried in hand or in bags called satchels, with buckles, flaps and leather straps, books were once carried to school, exposed to the elements and subject to mishaps – along came daypacks and backpacks for hikers, still primarily used by campers, climbers, birders, and cyclers. Today, ...