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Cornhole!

10 Cornhole! This fun-for-everyone game can be found everywhere from backyards to bars and can range from casual pick-up play to tournaments with die-hard cornhole enthusiasts. Find out why you might want to give it a try, plus where to play.

Also on the cover, your garden could probably use some mulch, p. 16. Get your meals to go at a new spot in Hopkinton and a, p. 24. And find all kinds of concerts and shows in our Nite section, starting on p. 32.

By Jeff Rapsis The recent loss of Meri Goyette is hard to put into words — but here goes. For ...
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Covid-19 update As of July 19 As of July 26Total cases statewide 99,966 100,286Total current infections statewide 224 364Total deaths ...
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Local farmers contend with heavy rain, dip in demand Every sumShawn Jasper, Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, ...
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A really good NBA Finals came to an exciting conclusion right before our last edition hit the streets, so today ...
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Smoke in the air Earlier this week — and for the second time in two weeks — the New Hampshire ...
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Big Events July 29, 2021, and beyond Thursday, July 29 The Merrimack Valley Military Vehicle Collectors Club will hold its ...
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When local cornhole enthusiasts Shon Haley and Brian Fletcher started the 603 Cornhole league in 2014, they started it out ...
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Creative Union bringing Nashua community together Nashua’s arts scene is expanding in the coming months as the whole community teams ...
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The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities . • Outdoor Shakespeare: The Dana Center (Saint Anselm College, 100 ...
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What to use and how to use it Mulch is commonly used to help suppress weeds and to hold in ...
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Dear Donna, Can you help with a current value on this set of Matchbox cars? As you can see, they ...
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Family fun for the weekend National Night Out Several towns are celebrating the National Night Out, a community event featuring ...
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Heather Peloquin Alternative and holistic health specialist As a registered nurse and certified nutrition therapist and clinical herbalist, Heather Peloquin ...
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News from the local food scene • Take a bite: August is NH Eats Local Month, and the New Hampshire ...
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New meals each week at Hopkinton’s BB Take Home Kitchen Hopkinton native Emily Knowlton and her mother Deb found success ...
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Ashley “Ash” Laskiewicz of Fremont is the owner of Beauty & Beast Meals (beautyandbeastmeals.com, find her on Facebook and Instagram), ...
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Whether you have an abundance of locally picked blueberries that are stored in your freezer or you bought a bag ...
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Alcohol-free brews are on the rise My wife visited a friend a few weeks ago and came back from the ...
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Andrew Renfroe, Run In The Storm (self-released) I’ve come to know dozens of rock guitarists quite intimately over the years ...
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The Lost Boys of Montauk, by Amanda M. Fairbanks (Gallery Books, 295 pages) The Lost Boys of Montauk is not ...
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Old (PG-13) A family has a pretty terrible day at the beach in Old, the latest, I don’t know, not ...
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Rita Moreno: Just A Girl Who Decided To Go For It (PG-13) National treasure Rita Moreno tells the story of ...
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Local music news & events • Maine man: His finger on the pulse of New England’s zeitgeist, comedian Bob Marley ...
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Jonathan Edwards brings new album to Tupelo Like many in his profession, Jonathan Edwards spent the past several months working ...
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