Thursday, June 20, 2013
Police say he collided with a truck turning into Twardosky Field on Wednesday evening.
A Merrimack man sustained non-life-threatening injuries on Wednesday evening when his motorcycle collided with a pick-up truck on Amherst Road. Stephen Dion, 46, of Merrimack, was transported by Merrimack Rescue with injuries to his legs after colliding with the truck, driven by Bryan Riggi, 36, also of Merrimack. Merrimack Police Sgt. Eric Marquis said Dion was traveling east and Riggi had been traveling west, but had stopped to take a left into Twardosky Field when he turned into the path of the motorcycle. There were no other vehicles or or passengers involved in the accident. Marquis said he didn't believe Dion was wearing a helmet and he couldn't say yet if charges would be filed. The accident remains under the investigation of the …
Stop by the Merrimack Farmers Market and learn more about the Kitchen Witch.
On Wednesday evening, Merrimack's farmers market kicked off for the summer with local vendors that included farms, bakers and dog treat makers. Tucked at the end of the row of tents was a sign with an eye-catching name: Cucina Aurora Kitchen Witchery. Kitchen Witchery? Sheryl Brass, Cucina Aurora's public relations manager explained that the store's owner, Dawn Hunt, is often referred to as the Kitchen Witch, a nod to fabulous skill magicking up delicious meals and tasty treats. With her at the market, Brass had four infused oils, two dip mixes and oatmeal raisin cookie mix. All of the treats were gluten-free an can be used to enhance the already delicious meals you're cooking up in the kitchen. Watch above as Brass talks about the roasted…
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Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Police say Nashua man is known for creating fake bank accounts, used bad check at local jewelry store.
A Nashua man has been charged in Merrimack on theft and fraud charges for trying to use a false identity to open a bank account and using a check from a heavily overdrafted account to buy jewelry. David R. Medina, 28, whose last known address is 56 Tyler St., Nashua, was charge with theft by deception, fraud (bad check) and identity fraud, when he was arrested on Monday, June 17. A warrant was issued for Medina's arrest after TD Bank told police Medina had attempted to open an account with them using a fake social security number. It's alleged that Medina has been flagged by the bank for previous attempts to do so and was a known person to the employee involved. Medina has been successful at opening fake accounts under false names and …
Jeff Morrissette is settling into his role as Westford's new Town Planner following several other jobs in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
Anyone watching on television or there in person for Planning Board meetings over the past few weeks may have noticed a newcomer. In case you didn’t know, that’s recently appointed Town Planner Jeff Morrissette. And while he’s a newcomer to Westford, he’s certainly no newcomer to the world of zoning and planning. Morrissette arrived from three and a half years as Assistant Town Planner just up Route 3 in Merrimack, NH; which in itself was followed by 11 years of consulting work in Chelmsford and then Marlborough. Although Westford is Morrissette’s first public sector job in Massachusetts, given his background on both sides of the border, he’s felt comfortable stepping in for Chris Kluchman, who in turn was promoted after Angus Jennings …
Help us make where the bears have been seen around town.
JUNE 19: It's only the middle of June and with your help, Patch has already plotted 52 bear sightings this season on the Merrimack bear map. Still frequently wandering the streets of town, we added nine more sightings alone since June 10, to this week's version of the calendar. In addition to all the great sighting info, you've posted and sent in loads of photos of the bears, some of the best we've seen in this second year of the map. Even as the sightings begin to get more scarce, as they so often do in the summer, please continue to let us know when you see the bears. We may slow down on map updates, but we'll make sure to get them on the map. Have you seen a bear around town? Tell us about it. Email the information to Editor Carolyn …
Soon, Merrimack Patch will have a brand new design and a whole new way to connect.
Hi, everyone! I have some exciting news to share about Patch – we’re getting a whole new look! It’s coming soon and it’s going to make Merrimack Patch easier to use, and a better place to connect and share. The best part? You’ll be able to see it all on your mobile phone! Here’s what you need to know: You’ll see all of this (and more) on Patch real soon. For a sneak peek, check out Fairfield Patch. Questions? Please email Local Editor Carolyn Dube, Carolyn.Dube@Patch.com. As always, thanks for being part of the Merrimack Patch community.
These homes sold in May from as low as $62,000 to a cool half a million dollars.
Here are five homes that sold recently according to Zillow.com. For more information about each property, click on the links below. 6 Clearwater Ln, Merrimack – Sold on May 9, 2013, for $151,600 6 Sarah Dr , Merrimack – Sold on May 10, 2013, for $396,900 11 Longwood Ln , Merrimack – Sold on May 15, 2013, for $62,000 3 Harrington Dr , Merrimack – Sold on May 15, 2013, for $500,000 11 Esquire Ln , Merrimack – Sold May 16, 2013, for $277,000
NH State Troopers make 13 arrests, respond to 14 accidents in four-day span.
New Hampshire State Police Troop B made the following arrests from June 13-16. An arrest does not indicate a conviction. Date/Time Defendant/Age Location Arrested for Trooper 6/13 – 1:45 a.m. Kyle Denio, 18, from Milford Nashua Transportation of drugs/alcohol Trp. Myer 6/13 – 2:15 a.m. Kenneth Smith, 22, of Derry Bedford Driving while intoxicated Trp. Suttmeier 6/13 – 10:19 a.m. Christopher Mau, 28, of Somersworth Manchester Operating after supension/suspended registration Trp. Power 6/14 – 10:05 p.m. Richard Steed, 79, of Nashua Merrimack Driving while intoxicated Trp. Wood 6/15 – 2:01 p.m. Paul ODonnell, 42, of Bedford Bedford Driving while intoxicated Trp. Dore 6/15 – 12:35 a.m. Michael Lord, 23, of Raymond Manchester Operating after …