Four Students Receive Scholarships From Wilmot Community Association

The purpose of the scholarships is to invest in local young  people.

By Susan Nye
Four Students Receive Scholarships From Wilmot Community Association

The Wilmot Community Association (WCA) is delighted to invest in local young people with two special scholarships. These scholarships were established in memory of Kay White, one of the WCA’s founders, and David White, Wilmot’s former police chief. We are delighted to announce two Kay White Scholars, Erin Chouinard and Emily Swindell. The scholarship is […]

A New Normal Is The Norm At the Wilmot Farmers Market

COVID guidelines are in place to protect everyone

By Donna Sprague

The Wilmot Farmers Market opens for the season on Saturday, June 27, from 9 AM to noon. The market plans to continue every Saturday through September with COVID guidelines in place to protect customers, vendors, and the community. It will be a market unlike any other before. The socializing and entertainment that characterize the Wilmot […]

 Ausbon Sargent Acquires Mountain Brook Forest Preserve in Andover

At 234 acres, this is the largest property they own

By Kristy Heath
 Ausbon Sargent Acquires Mountain Brook Forest Preserve in Andover

Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust (ASLPT) is pleased to have recently acquired a 234-acre land parcel in Andover. This property was donated, transferring ownership to ASLPT by Frederick and Patrice Ficken, who wished for it to be protected forever. The Mountain Brook Forest Preserve is adjacent to thousands of acres of already-conserved land, including the […]

Salisbury Farmers Market Will Open, But With Guidelines

Vendors and patrons will be required to wear masks

By Helen Binette

The Salisbury Farmers Market will take place again this year. Because of COVID-19 we need to follow safety guidelines.  All the vendors will wear masks and gloves. The patrons need to wear masks also, as well as practicing social distancing. If you don’t have a mask, we will have some available. We will have fruit […]

South Danbury Church Remains Active Helping the Community

E-mail and social media continue to replace gatherings

By Linda Wilson

Because of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s uncertain now to predict when public gatherings at the South Danbury Church can resume, so we will do our best to use social media and e-mail to keep everyone updated. If you would like to receive our weekly email news, or to be notified of church events, please let […]

Caleb Heath Earns Salisbury Historical Society Scholarship

MVHS Senior will study business at St. Anselm

By Gail Henry

Caleb Heath, 18, has been named recipient of the Salisbury Historical Society’s 2020 Scholarship. Heath, a senior at Merrimack Valley High School, plans to study business at St. Anselm College in the fall. He is the son of Wendy and Joseph (Sonny) Heath of 521 Old Turnpike Road. Heath has excelled academically and athletically, playing […]

Food Pantries Will Benefit From Matching Grant Fundraising Effort 

NHEC employees are halfway to goal of matching $10,000 grant

Press release

Employees of New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) are more than halfway to their goal of matching a $10,000 grant to the New Hampshire Food Bank. The grant, awarded last month by the NHEC Foundation is being dispersed to 28 food pantries across the state during this time of unprecedented need. “With so many lives disrupted […]

No Rate Increase For Electric Supplied By NHEC

Rates will hold steady from May through November 2020

Press release

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) has announced that it will hold its Co-op Power rate steady at the current level for the summer period (May 2020  through November 2020). The Co-op Power rate reflects the cost NHEC pays to purchase electricity from the regional market on behalf of its members. The price NHEC pays for […]

Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome Can Be Triggered By A Natural Disaster

The term PTSD covers many symptoms; affects many people

Press Release

PTSD, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, affects over 8 million people in the United States, according to the government, yet for many individuals with this disorder lack of understanding about what PTSD is and how it affects their day-to-day lives can make talking about it difficult and even stressful. In fact, because it can be […]

NH Nonprofit Response Fund To Benefit From Franklin Savings Bank Tax Credits

Funding addresses areas of need related to COVID-19

Press release

Franklin Savings Bank purchased $15,000 in CDFA tax credits to support the NH Nonprofit Response Fund. Supported in part by contributions from the business community in exchange for tax credits and loans from the Community Development Finance Authority and Business Finance Authority, the NH Nonprofit Response Fund will provide nonprofit organizations with critical resources of […]

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