Wednesday, June 19, 2013
A dedication ceremony will take place on the library lawn on Friday at 3 p.m.
A Milford man who died suddenly at an army base last year will be remembered by a former employer on Friday. Specialist Jared Davidson was serving as a watercraft engineer with the 558th Transportation Company, Special Troops Battalion, 7th Sustainment Brigade when he passed away in September. Davidson had worked at the Wadleigh Memorial Library as a teen. The library will honor his memory with a special dedication of their new flagpole and plaque. The ceremony will take place on the library's lawn on Friday, June 21 at 3 p.m.
The Milford Police Department arrest log from June 12 to June 16. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
The following are from the Milford Police Department's latest arrest log. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
The homegrown production will play at the Amato Theater in Milford this October.
Maryann Cocca-Leffler: The cast has been announced for the original play, Princess K.I.M The Musical which comes to the Amato center in October. The cast includes many talented local actors including: Alyssa Saunders of Amherst as Kim, Kevin Linkroum of Nashua as Dad, Ellen Cunis of Amherst as Grandma Betty and Megan Dillon of Amherst as Mrs. Della. Other members of the cast include Joe Guzman, Juan Guzman. Naomi Cohen, Hannah Cohen, Matthew Katsigianis, Meghan McKnight, Patty Grady, Andrew Taylor, Katie Taylor, Sean Corrigan, Olivia Cashman, Bob Piotrowski and Ben Wesenberg of Amherst, Lily Ayotte, Nicole Sprague and Adi Brezenski of Milford, Cassidy White, Sarina White and Sophie Linkroum of Nashua, Kathy Edelblut, Stephen Edelblut and …
Sign up at the Wadleigh Memorial Library Circulation Desk.
Back by popular demand, the Adult Summer Reading Club returns to the Wadleigh Memorial Library on Monday June 24. To register just sign up at the Circulation Desk at the library with your name and phone number or email. Then fill out a raffle ticket for each successive book you read during the summer. A raffle prize will be drawn each week until the program ends on August 10th. This program is sponsored by Giorgio’s Ristorante, Pasta Loft, Papa Joe’s Humble Kitchen, Amigo’s Mexican Cantina, The Mile Away Restaurant and Shaw’s Supermarket.
New local job listings from our partners at CareerBuilder.
Soon, Milford Patch will have a brand new design and a whole new way to connect.
Hi, everyone! I have some exciting news to share about Patch – we’re getting a whole new look! It’s coming soon and it’s going to make Milford Patch easier to use, and a better place to connect and share. The best part? You’ll be able to see it all on your mobile phone! Here’s what you need to know: Our site is being rebuilt from the ground up! The news will look better and be easier to comment on. And, you’ll find more local voices to keep you in the loop with the latest know-how and opinion. We’re adding Boards to make it easier for you to connect with each other, debate an issue, or announce your garage sale, graduation, or find a lost pet. More to say? It will be easier to start your own blog, too. You’ll soon be able to start your own…
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
NH lawmakers working on the state budget are discussing a compromise that could include Medicaid expansion.
Some of the most powerful people in the legislative and executive branches were milling about in the hallway of the Legislative Office Building. There was Terie Norelli, the House Speaker. Gene Chandler, the House Republican Leader. Sylvia Larsen, the Senate Minority Leader. Pamela Walsh, Chief of Staff to Gov. Maggie Hassan. Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley. Among other key players. Was something big in the works? Welcome to the committee of conference process on House Bill 1 – the $10.7 billion state budget. There's stop-and-go. There are long recesses. There are sidebar conversations. As this biennial dance ensued Tuesday, there was talk about a possible compromise including Medicaid expansion. The House and the governor want it. The …
Gov. Maggie Hassan lauds House, Senate negotiators – says she looks forward to signing it into law.
House and Senate members have struck a compromise on legalizing medical marijuana, and Gov. Maggie Hassan says she looks forward to signing the bill into law. The Senate passed the bill, but without House language that allowed for eligible people to grow up to three mature plants. Back in March, the House passed it on a commanding 286-64 vote. The governor opposed that so-called "home grow" option, saying she wanted tighter controls. The committee of conference on the bill wrapped up their work Tuesday. The House and Senate convene June 26 to pass or reject all pending bills. Hassan, who has supported similar legislation in the past as a state senator, issued a statement immediately to say she looked forward to seeing the bill land on her …
NH State Troopers make 13 arrests, respond to 14 accidents in four-day span.
New Hampshire State Police Troop B made the following arrests from June 13-16. An arrest does not indicate a conviction. Date/Time Defendant/Age Location Arrested for Trooper 6/13 – 0145 Kyle Denio 18 from Milford Nashua Transport Drugs/Alcohol Trp. Myer 6/13 – 0215 Kenneth Smith 22 of Derry Bedford DWI Trp. Suttmeier 6/13 – 1019 Christopher Mau 28 of Somersworth Manchester OAS/Susp. Registration Trp. Power 6/14 – 2205 Richard Steed 79 of Nashua Merrimack DWI Trp. Wood 6/15 – 01401 Paul ODonnell 42 of Bedford Bedford DWI Trp. Dore 6/15 – 0035 Michael Lord 23 of Raymond Manchester OAS Trp. Dore 6/15 – 0200 Tae Cook 24 of Concord Merrimack OAS-Habitual Trp. Wood 6/15 – 0900 Michael Commentator 42 of Derry Derry Poss of a controlled drug Trp…
Find the locations of New Hampshire's numerous strawberry orchards here.
It's well-known that New Hampshire offers many great patches to select your own pumpkins and orchards to pick your own apples in the fall. Of course, it's now summertime, so most people are probably craving strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and other seasonally-appropriate fruit. You're in luck! As it just so happens, the Granite State offers dozens of pick-your-own fruit locations, including several in Hillsborough County. The following is a list of places you can go, without having to take a long drive, to find these sweet summer treats (listings obtained from PickYourOwn.org):