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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.
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
WLC: District saves $3.4 million on bond
In a decision that is anticipated to save the district about $3.4 million over the course of the life of a $8.4 million bond to pay for renovations to the district's elementary schools, the district has agreed to enter a 20-year bond, as opposed to the 30-year bond the district originally proposed.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Demolition begins at Wilton elementary school as part of $8.2 million project
Demolition has begun at the town's elementary school as part of an $8.2 million project to combine the elementary schools in Lyndeborough and Wilton.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Wilton: Bridge to close for repairs starting Monday
A state-owned bridge on Route 31, located behind the Label Art Building and connected to Island Street, will be closed to traffic for approximately six weeks, while the state effects a replacement of the bridge's decking.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Wilton school project begins
On Monday, workers began demolition of the 1950 wing of Wilton's Florence Rideout Elementary School as part of a $8.25 million construction and renovation project.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Water will be drawn down at the Transcript Dam and the North Village Dam on the Contoocook River this summer, so they can be inspected for structural soundness.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Lyndeborough man charged with simple assault
On June 23, police were called to a Lavina Lane home to respond to a disturbance.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Porcfest XI: Free Staters' gathering in Lancaster focuses on DIY
Garrett Fox of the Baltimore area shows the 3-D printer he built. Fox spent several days last week at Porcfest XI in Lancaster, where new approaches to the distribution of technology were a popular topic among members of the Free State Project and other attendees interested in hearing their ideas.
Former textile mill reborn in Milford as workforce housing apartments
A former textile mill on the Souhegan River has been turned into apartments, the latest example of a trend recently seen in Nashua with the opening of Apartments at Cotton Mill.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Old Home Days will mark Wilton's 275th anniversary
Marching in the 2009 Wilton Old Homes Day parade was Brownie Troop 2236 wearing vintage Girl Scout uniforms.
Sun Jun 22, 2014
Hundreds attend Wilton's celebration of summer
The first day of summer was a blast as a day-long celebration in Downtown Wilton ended with a spectacular fireworks display at Carnival Hill on Saturday night.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
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Float full of flowers in Milford parade
Courtesy photo Former Cabinet ad representative Karen Johsnon shared this photo of newspaper's Milford Labor Day Parade float from 1996, when it sponsored the planting of flowers around the Oval.
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Pelham library director steps down
After the Board of Selectmen's recent hiring of new Town Manager Brian McCarthy, the trustees of the Pelham Public Library are the next board seeking to fill a top job opening.
Mon Jun 16, 2014
Dollar General proposed in Milford
The vacant lot at 37 Wilton Road in Milford is being considered as a possible site for a Dollar General Store.
Wed Jun 11, 2014
Bridge set to close for repairs next month in Wilton
Work began on Monday to rebuild the Island Street Bridge in Wilton. For now vehicles can use the bridge, which will be down to one lane.