Lyndeborough

Greenfield: Pantry, clothes closet open house

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

First, some background: DeMoulas Super Markets, Inc., under the trade name Market Basket, is a chain of 71 supermarkets in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, with headquarters in Tewksbury, Mass. From 1990 through late August 2014, the company was the center of controversy as the families of cousins Arthur S. Demoulas and Arthur T. Demoulas dueled over ownership and leadership. In 2008, Arthur T. Demoulas, was named president and CEO … 0

Lyndeborough: Welding accident leads to wood processor fire

Monday, September 22, 2014

LYNDEBOROUGH — An attempted machinery repair resulted in a fire at 649 Forest Road on Friday morning. At approximately 11:40 a.m. Donald Nadeau, who owns a residence on Forest Road and is the owner of Nadeau Logging, was attempting to weld a large wood processor when it caught fire, according to Lyndeborough Police Chief Rance DeWare in an interview Monday. Nadeau was not … 0

Lyndeborough: Telescopes available for Thursday skywatch

Sunday, September 21, 2014

The N.H. Astronomical Society will return with the telescopes this Thursday for a 7:30 p.m. outdoor sky watch, due to clouds last Thursday. Meet in the field behind Citizens’ Hall. Steve Rand from NHAS gave an overview of what should be seen on a September evening, as well as information on some NASA and ESA projects. Afterwards, despite the clouds, he lead an … 0

Achievement:

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Katelynn Kelleher of New Ipswich was named to the president’s list for the spring session at Lakes Region Community College, Laconia. She is majoring in fire science. To make the list a student must have a 3.75 grade point average or above. Ryan McQuade of Lyndeborough was named … 0

Graduation:

Monday, June 23, 2014

The following students graduated from the University of Hartford, College of Arts and Sciences, Hartford, Conn., May 18: Hannah Crosby of Lyndeborough, cum laude, Bachelor of Arts in pyschology; and Jarec Rondeau of Rindge, magna cum laude, Bachelor of Science in chemistry. … 0

Candidate roster for state, federal seats are finalized

Monday, June 16, 2014

As of the end of the filing period Friday, the following candidates had filed for state and federal offices for local districts, according to the N.H. Secretary of State’s website: Governor: Ian Freeman (D-Keene), Maggie Hassan (D-Exeter), Clecia … 0

Softball: 3: It's a magic number

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

WLC’s three senior captains have been playing sports together since they were in the fifth grade, forming a tight-knit trio on and off the field. And while they played big roles in the Warriors’ 2012 state championship and … 0

WLC: Technology upgrades on the table

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

WILTON — The district has recently developed a plan to bring the district up to speed with technology, but at a cost that may be too steep, some School Board members said during a board meeting Tuesday. The … 0

WLC: ‘Set your course by the stars...’

Monday, June 9, 2014

WILTON — Forty-eight seniors from Wilton and Lyndeborough strode proudly across the stage in the high school’s gym Friday night during the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High School’s graduation ceremony. Principal Brian Bagley, addressing the graduates, urged them to challenge … 0

Court log: June 5, 2014

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Jaffrey police Matthew Nevers, 29, of Jaffrey, suspended registration, $336 with $150 suspended for 12 months on the condition of no further misdemeanors or felonies and no violations for serious matters; driving without a valid license, $286 with $100 suspended for 12 months on the condition of no … 0

Graduation:

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

During its 110th Commencement exercises on May 18, Clark University awarded 544 bachelor’s degrees, 472 master’s, and 24 doctoral degrees. The following local students received degrees: Lauren C. Cyr of Lyndeborough; Bachelor of Arts in history and English, Robert C. Meissner of Dublin; Bachelor of Arts in management, … 0

Viewpoint: What does it take to reinvent our educational system?

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Why do communities care so much about kids? It is not just because strong education systems attract well-educated parents — the entrepreneurs, employers and employees that drive the state’s economic engine and citizen government. It is not just because failing youth and their offspring drain social service resources … 0

Wilton-Lyndeborough School District: Safety, training issues prompt sale of sawmill

Monday, June 2, 2014

WILTON — The Wilton-Lyndeborough School district has sold a full-size portable sawmill that was once used as part of its curriculum. During an April 29 meeting of the School Board, Superintendent Chris Tyrie notified the board that in order to keep the sawmill and to use it as … 0