News from the local food scene
• Pancakes in Pelham: Pelham’s Old Home Day, returning to the grounds of the First Congregational Church of Pelham (3 Main St.) on Saturday, Sept. 17, will include a special pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. inside the church’s Fellowship Hall. A full Continue reading “The Weekly Dish 22/09/15”
Environmental remediation specialist
Pamela Whitney is the owner of New England Decon, an environmental remediation and restoration company based in Bedford.
Explain your job and what it entails.
I own and operate a biohazard decontamination company with my husband. We remediate biohazards and specialize in mold remediation, death clean-up, hoarding Continue reading “On The Job – Pamela Whitney”
Family fun for the weekend
Fairs and festivals
• The Humane Society for Greater Nashua is holding its annual fundraiser the Wags to Whiskers Festival on Saturday, Sept. 17, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Anheuser-Busch Brewery (221 Daniel Webster Hwy., Merrimack). The festival is billed as “New England’s Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 22/09/15”
My mom passed along a newspaper article from the Hippo with your contact information. She is looking to see if the Hummel collection is worth anything and how to sell them if they are worth something. She doesn’t have social media so that is off the table.
Thank Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 22/09/15”
Water deep if you can, and mulch properly
Many of my readers are suffering from a serious drought, enough so that plants are losing leaves and going dormant long before they should. Most well-established plants will recover from the effects of drought, even if they lose their leaves now. And Continue reading “Are your plants suffering from a drought?”
Granite State Comic Con celebrates comic books, sci-fi, games and more
By Katelyn Sahagian
What started as a small gathering of friends and fans of comics in Manchester snowballed into a three-day event that celebrates comics, sci-fi, fantasy, cartoons, gaming, wrestling and more. Now, 20 years after it began, Continue reading “20 years of fandoms”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• Part of your world: The Palace Theatre (80 Hanover St., Manchester, palacetheatre.org, 668-5588) kicks off its season with Disney’s The Little Mermaid, which will have its opening night Friday, Sept. 16, and run through Sunday, Oct. 2. This professional Continue reading “The Art Roundup 22/09/15”
Multicultural festivals celebrate the cultures of Nashua and Concord
By Hannah Turtle
This weekend, the region will host two events, one in Nashua, the other in Concord, but the celebration is a global one. Each city hosts its annual multicultural festival, Nashua’s in Greeley Park on Saturday, and Concord’s Continue reading “Welcoming weekend”
Your guide to finding fruit and fun at the orchard
By Matt Ingersoll
Most of southern New Hampshire continues to experience abnormally dry weather, but for local apple orchards recent rains over the past week have given the crops a much-needed boost.
Just under 48 percent of the Granite Continue reading “Apple season”
Big Events September 15, 2022 and beyond
Friday, Sept. 16
The New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival start today at 9 a.m. There will be traditional Scottish events, like sheepdog trials, Scottish heavy athletics and highland dancing, as well as different demonstrations and the clan village. Ticket prices range from Continue reading “This Week 22/09/15”