Forty-eight graduates were honored in the Class of 2018 Commencement at Nashua-Plainfield High School on Sunday.
John Norris, one of six [now five*] hopefuls on the Democrat ballot vying in the June 5 primary for the party nomination to challenge Gov.
“Shoot at will” and “fire” were just some of the commands yelled on the battlefield last weekend at the Old Bradford Pioneer Museum and Village annual Civil War re-enactment.
Suellen Kolbet remembers the first raise she received as a city of New Hampton employee as if it was granted yesterday.
The concern all along has been that a $725,000 renovation project would delay the season opener for the New Hampton Municipal Pool.
Nashua-Plainfield elementary students rode their bikes to school to participate in the annual Bike Rodeo.
Eleven Nashua-Plainfield Intermediate School band students were accepted for one or more honor band concert out of three.
Mrs. Lynn Ries is retiring after teaching kindergarten for 40 years with New Hampton Community Schools.
Get up, go to class, tell a computer program to tell a machine what to do.