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  1. ScholarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 13 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Samantha Elizabeth Mello, from Hollis, a pre-business major, was named to the spring 2018 president's list at Clemson University. Steven Archambault, of Hollis, received the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, Pa., on May 27. He is the son of Gary and Barb Archambault.

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  2. Amedisys Hospice in need of volunteersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 13 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Have you ever thought about volunteering for hospice, but find yourself wondering what the role of a hospice volunteer actually is? You could help make the life of a patient a little brighter by reading together, playing a board game or doing a puzzle together, or by simply visiting and sharing valuable time. Amedisys Hospice has an immediate need for volunteers in Hillsborough County, especially in the town of Nashua.

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  3. Sabers' Trzepacz has monster day at plateRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Daniel Trzepacz had a day to remember for the Sabers, hitting three homers and doubling, driving in five runs in total. Jacob Grassett had a homer while Liam McGrath picked up the win on the mound allowing three runs over five innings.

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  4. Thumbing the Files for May 10Read the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    It was believed that two escaped inmates of an industrial school were the persons who stole a car in Leominster, Mass. and abandoned it in Lyndeborough where three boxes of candy were found in the car and a rifle belonging to the car owner was found nearby.

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  5. Remembering Betty HallRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    At first blush, it might be difficult for those who never met Betty Hall to understand how the woman who was once arrested for refusing police orders could be the same one a prominent social services agency leader described last week as But the answer isn't far below the surface: Hall was arrested back in 2004 not because she just felt like challenging police, nor because she had a problem with being told what to do. That arrest - and her subsequent acquittal that made national headlines - stemmed from Hall's fervent belief in social justice, and the ability to realize that making progress sometimes means enduring a few inconveniences.

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  6. Milford boys hoop sees bright futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    If sports are supposed to be educational, Milford High boys hoop coach Dan Murray had a major lesson unfold for his team over the final couple weeks of the season into the playoffs. Hollis dominated that one, building a lead as big as 21 points.

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  7. Blue bus' expanding to better serve region's residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    The Souhegan Valley Transportation Collaborative is pleased to announce that new features are being added to the Souhegan Valley Rides bus service, or as it is more affectionately known Rides for shopping will now be available all five days per week. Passengers are encouraged to try shopping on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays when historically there have been fewer rides requested and more availability in the schedule.

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  8. Fast News for March 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Animal cruelty - The trial of Joseph Driscoll, a Brookline man charged with animal cruelty, has been continued until April 12. He was charged with a class A misdemeanour after an incident in the parking lot of the State Line Convenience Store on Route 13 on Nov. 24. A witness told police he twisted the dog's chain collar, causing the animal to yelp when the dog would not get into his vehicle. Another witness said Driscoll punched the dog, named Slater, in the ribs two or three times, and when he confronted Driscoll he told the witness to Police arrested Driscoll in December and they said the dog was chained outside in 20-degree temperatures during a snowstorm, wearing a prong collar.

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  9. Milford has crowded selectmen's fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    There is no shortage of candidates for the two open seats on the Milford Board of Selectmen this year. Seven people, including two incumbents, are competing for two open three-year seats on the board.

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  10. Winter sleepover a chance for Scouts to put skills to the testRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    One hundred and one Boy Scouts and their Scoutmasters braved the bitter cold on Friday, Feb. 2, sleeping outside in single-digit temperatures, before waking up Saturday morning to compete in the annual Klondike Derby at Lone Pine Hunters Club. The derby consists of scouts competing in groups that move from one station to another, requiring them to apply different skills they've learned.

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  11. New Digest for Jan. 12, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Calling all local Artisans for the Winter Festival Artisan Fair to be held on Saturday, Feb. 17 at RMMS from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Looking for community talent to display and sell their arts and crafts. Please contact Sylvia Mansfield at slm724@aol.com or 801-4802.

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  12. SJCS Meals on Wheels celebrates 40 years of giving backRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2018 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    St. Joseph Community Services Meals on Wheels recently commemorated 40 years of service to Hillsborough County communities. About 125 guests celebrated recently at their Carpenter Center in Manchester.

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  13. Milford High still has hopes for hockey programRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2017 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Will Milford High School eventually have a hockey program, be it a co-op team or otherwise, sometime in the next few years? Milford athletic director Marc Maurais was charged by the Milford School Board to investigate the possibility, including co-op options, as several parents have expressed an interest at board meetings. There is currently an inaugural Souhegan Valley Middle School team that has players from the general Milford-Amherst area.

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  14. Tick watch: Beware of the bugs when temps are warmRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2017 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Black-legged ticks - deer ticks - that carry Lyme disease are out there and still active. Tick season remains in force in Merrimack, Bedford, Hollis and Brookline, along with most other Southern New Hampshire towns, which until this week, had experienced a temperate start to the winter.

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  15. Front row seatRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2017 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Bob Hug had a front-row seat to rock 'n' roll history and has the photos, and their contact sheets, to prove it. In the mid-1970s, San Francisco was the place to be for music lovers and Hug wound up studying photography at the San Francisco Academy of Art.

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  16. Share-ing the holiday spiritRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2017 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Christmas starts in July for Mariette Facques when she visits craft shops in the Lake Winnipesaukee area, takes the crafters' business cards and hopes they aren't booked for the first Saturday in December. Facques was one of the founders of Share, the local safety net for those in need, and 24 years ago she started the Share Christmas Fair and is still organizing it.

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  17. Christmas fairs set for SaturdayRead the original story

    Nov 30, 2017 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Christmas starts in July for Mariette Facques when she visits craft shops in the Lake Winnipesaukee area, takes the crafters' business cards and hopes they aren't booked for the first Saturday in December. Facques was one of the founders of Share, the local safety net for those in need, and 24 years ago she started the Share Christmas Fair and is still organizing it.

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  18. Renate Frieda Herta WeissflogRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2017 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Renate Frieda Herta Weissflog, 82, of Lyndeborough, NH, passed away at her home on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. She was born in Braunschweig, Germany, on August 27, 1935, the daughter of Alfred Ernest, Sr. Renate immigrated from Germany to Canada in 1955, then, in 1964, to the United States, where she spent more than 40 years as a resident of Brookline, NH.

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  19. Nanette W. CondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2017 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Nanette W. Condon, 83, longtime resident of Brookline, NH, died on October 29, 2017 at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center, Nashua, NH. Mrs. Condon was born in Malden, MA on June 21, 1934, to Laurence and Orelie Foss.

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  20. Bruce J. IngrahamRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    He was born in Nashua, NH on May 2, 1953, a son of Carl L. and Hilda M. Ingraham. He was raised and educated in Brookline, NH and made his home in Ayer for the past 15 years.

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