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Tracy Crist-Lurvey:

Jeff Merrill (7 hours ago)


Erin Greyson:

We would need to know dimensions, what room(s), what the current subfloor is, are you looking for removal of current floor and if so what is it, etc. :)
Gregory J. Kyer (6 hours ago)


Lori Bellavance:

Belhumeur Construction (9 minutes ago)




3 (2 days ago)
Derek Hamilton:

DW or Hot Rize 1 (2 days ago)


Larry Carpenter:

Charlie's Diner 6 (2 days ago)


Marie Lane Berry:

DW 1 (2 days ago)


Bibi Bernier Tucker:

Charlie's diner 4 (2 days ago)


Andrea Rosario:

Hot Rize or Big Kahuna's are my favorite but DW and Charlie's are good too. I really like breakfast. Purple Cafe in Bedford as well! 2 (2 days ago)


Avarie Downs:

Hot Rize in Merrimack and Bonhoeffer's in Nashua 3 (2 days ago)


Marc LeVasseur:

Bagel Alley or Maryann’s in Derry. 2 (2 days ago)


Lindsay Bailey:

Airport diner in Manchester 1 (2 days ago)


Christine Frappier:

Maryannes in Derry 1 (2 days ago)


Linda Horvath:

Purple Finch, Bedford 3 (2 days ago)


Alex M Nascimento:

My wife’s kitchen 5 (2 days ago)


Jaime Leigh:

Midfield cafe in Nashua! 1 (2 days ago)


Bob Bondaruk:

Denny's value slam!
$4 1 (2 days ago)


Jessica Bennett:

Hot rize for on-the-go or DW diner for sit down 2 (2 days ago)


Brandon Johnson:

Buds restaurant in Nashua but they close at 2 and chez vachon in Manchester is really good to (2 days ago)


N Joy Lake:

Three different atmospheres. Charlie's is GREAT for everyday. Parker's sugar Barn in Mason has New England tone. And, beliwve it or jot, Bedford Village Inn is NOT overly priced with a more formal tone. Where ever you decide to go, I hope the coffee, meals, and company are all great. 5 (2 days ago)


Scott Couture:

DW here in town and the Midfield in Nashua. 1 (2 days ago)


Eileen Oconnell:

Black Forest cafe -Amherst 2 (2 days ago)


Tia Ryan Perry:

Parkers maple barn 4 (2 days ago)


Marianne Sullivan Sylvester:

Charlie’s Diner 2 (2 days ago)


Karen Peterson:

Parkers and Riverhouse Cafe 1 (2 days ago)


Pam Lewis-Deasy:

DW DINER,great food and great service! 3 (2 days ago)


Billie Prince:

Billys (2 days ago)


Carrol Ryan:

DW Diner. Merrimack 2 (2 days ago)


Steve Heffelfinger:

Buckley's, next to the fire station. 1 (2 days ago)




218 (22 hours ago)

Julie Forrest:

Those are amazing!!! So beautifully done!! 1 (22 hours ago)


Carol Richardson Siebert:

Where is this? (22 hours ago)


Chris Wright:

Very nice! I'm looking for a good, stable tripod. What are you using? (22 hours ago)


James Tatem:

Great shots! (21 hours ago)


Regina Wilson:

These are awesome! This is where I first went to practice taking long exposure pics before heading up north to the Whites! 1 (21 hours ago)


Julie Foster Mastromatteo:

Love it there this time of year. Great shots! (21 hours ago)


Virginia Penrod:

Ohhhhh thank you so very much! I grew up with these bridges every day! Then, with my One True Love we carved out initials in our Love ❤️ tree! 1 (20 hours ago)


Tammy Dorris:

what settings do u recommend to get these awesome waterfall shots? (20 hours ago)


Darlene Garron Saraceno:

Beautiful (20 hours ago)


Debra Ziemer:

Beautiful! (18 hours ago)


Kimberly Komers:

Thank you everyone! :-) (17 hours ago)


Melissa McNulty:

Looks awesome!!!!! We live right on the trail wish my photos ever looked that beautiful!!! 3 (17 hours ago)


Nikky Desmarais:

These are wonderful 1 (14 hours ago)


Debbie Martin Gregory:

Great pictures 1 (13 hours ago)


Dan Hureau:

Great shots! 1 (13 hours ago)


Kristine Range:

It's such a great spot!! (11 hours ago)


Karen Searles McIntyre:

Beautiful beautiful pictures. One thing it is so sad and makes me angry to see graffiti everywhere! I really wish the police could catch these people and give them a HEFTY fine. 2 (10 hours ago)


Sharon Chamberlain Belliveau:

Beautiful photos! Thank you for sharing! 1 (9 hours ago)


Jodi Barkley:

Nice pics (7 hours ago)


Liz Roberts Goad:

Where is Twin Bridges Park? (2 hours ago)


Kimberly Komers:

Thank you everyone for your nice comments! (39 minutes ago)





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(17 hours ago)

Theresa Benzing:

Merrimack Roofing is excellent 4 (17 hours ago)


John Lynch:

Call Ron Allen 3 (17 hours ago)


Cheryl Lemay Anderson:

Ricky D. Crawford best around 2 (17 hours ago)


Andy Schneider:

Amherst Roofing did a great job on our roof a few weeks ago - definitely recommend! 2 (17 hours ago)


April Dugay:

www.facebook.com/JohnJRHandyman/ 1 (17 hours ago)


Courtney Ciciotti:

**following (16 hours ago)


Lisa Perrault:

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Carole Hopkins Footer:

Crawford and son 1 (14 hours ago)


Peter DeSalvo Jr.:

Peter Desalvo contracting
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Denise Arseneault Schofield:

i just had my roof done by crawford and sons snd they did a great job at a fair price (13 hours ago)


Peter Duke:

Another vote for Crawford and Sons. Rick and his guys will do it right. Not sure NH requires a license. 1 (12 hours ago)


Marie Lane Berry:

Adam Vaillancourt roofing and construction LLC in Milford, NH. He did our roof and we highly recommend him. 2 (9 hours ago)


Craig Belhumeur:

www.facebook.com/Belhumeur-Construction-326125057498523/ (9 hours ago)


Lorey Champoux:

Randy Sirois from Sirois Contracting (603)593-2209 (5 hours ago)


Rich Gauthier:

Derrick and Merrimack Roofing did a great job on our roof (40 minutes ago)




37 (1 day ago)
I grew up in Auburn but recently moved to Merrimack. Is there a good wooded area I can walk my dog? Not around houses but a trail of some sort? I've been living here a year but still take him to Auburn to walk the trails. I would love to find some place closer!

Melanie Giesecke:

Horse hill nature preserve ! 4 (1 day ago)


Thomas Griffin:

Grater Woods 1 (1 day ago)


Sarah Bubb:

Mines falls in Nashua off exit 6 9 (1 day ago)


Helen Williamson:

Mine Falls just past Hannaford's is perfect for that. 1 (1 day ago)


Ash Rose Heartsun:

Rail Trail in Goffstown 1 (1 day ago)


Khrys Bartoswicz:

Wildcat off of Currier road. There is some houses, and you can see the highway -- but it is a great trails. 5 (1 day ago)


Chris Dongarra:

There are good trails at the middle school, too. Was there with my dog today. 2 (1 day ago)


Gina Marie Genet:

Heritage trail 3 (1 day ago)


Kristin Nixon:

Wasserman Park, Horse Hill, Wildcat Falls. All great places with trails that my dog loves to walk! 2 (1 day ago)


Meg Roark:

Conservation Dr in Merrimack. 1 (1 day ago)


Jenn Shea:

Horse hill trails on Amherst street 2 (1 day ago)


Pamela Soucy:

Heritage trails , off courier rd ..../ which is off baboosic lk rd , across from Indian rock ..see many people walking dogs on trails 1 (1 day ago)


Carol Richardson Siebert:

There is a dog park at 116 Naticook Rd. Merrimack it's where the Parks and Recreation Dept is. (1 day ago)


Christine Lavoie:

Where ever you go keep in.mind it's hunting season! (1 day ago)


Steve Larson:

Grater Woods, Horse Hill, Wildcat Falls, Wasserman Park, Gilmore Hill - all in Merrimack (listed from most trails to fewest)

Grater Woods has several entrances in Merrimack and Amherst - some great single track trails your dog will love! On the Amherst side you can hike up to a lookout with views of Pack and North Monadnock. Huge area - well over 15 miles of trails between official and unofficial. You can even park in the Pond Parish lot and hike up the hill to the trails.

Horeshill - lots of trails - easy loops - several parking areas - can even start in Wasserman Park and cross the road to Horse Stacie Hill

Wildcat Fall - about 4 miles of trails - along the river for swimming - best trails run along the river and are not on the map. Cross under the Everett and over to the Fire Station (can actually get to it unless you wade the river.

Wasserman Park - about 5 miles of fun single track.

Many more areas in surrounding towns.

Turkey Season starts tomorrow - Deer season (firearms) starts the 28th. Currently achery season for deer and still beer season. Best to wear orange as hunting is allowed at Greater Woods, Horse Hill, and part of Wildcat Falls.

Check out the Merrimack Outdoors Facebook Group for links to maps for these and many more in the pinned post.

www.facebook.com/groups/111977032639772/ 4 (1 day ago)


Diane Reidy:

Horse Hill Preserve on Amherst Rd. Fabulous place to take a dog. 2 (1 day ago)


Summer Brown:

Grater Woods! Leashes are appreciated;)
- A trail runner;) 1 (1 day ago)


Carolanne Washburn:

I just have to say, I LOVE that photo.... (1 day ago)


Beverly Cusato:

Welcome to Merrimack. My dogs and I hit all the trails Pond Parish, Grater Woods, Wildcat, and Horse Hill. Hope to see you out there. (1 day ago)


Lauren Brigham:

www.merrimackoutdoors.org 1 (1 day ago)


Jenn Guerette:

There is a bunch of places on Nashua.
Mines falls has trail location a many nashua exits. 1 (1 day ago)


Hillary Greenfield:

Horse Hill 1 (1 day ago)


Matthew Publicover:

Grater Woods, adjacent to the middle school. 1 (1 day ago)


Jen Barr:

Along the merrimack river is where we go! (1 day ago)


Sandy Hulse:

Pond Parish Rd has trails and parking area. Off of Baboosic Lake Rd in Amherst 1 (1 day ago)




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4 (2 days ago)
David Trippett:

KC'S...bye far the best.... 3 (2 days ago)


Kathleen Lloyd Fitzpatrick:

KC's 2 (2 days ago)


Pat Hanlon Cuneo:

so far, looks like I'm heading to Manch (2 days ago)


Larry Lenderman:

Kc 1 (2 days ago)


Richard Gravallese:

Texas roadhouse are very good 3 (2 days ago)


Danny Shultz:

Gabi’s Smoke shack. 2 (2 days ago)


Nathan Fogg:

Goody Cole's Brentwood. 101 exit 7 bang a right go two miles 5 (2 days ago)


Pat Hanlon Cuneo:

has anyone tried that Willie's BBQ on 101A 3 (2 days ago)


Pat Hanlon Cuneo:

or that one on Main St in Nashua? (2 days ago)


Jaymes Hordon:

KCs ribshack, Go to the place with ribs in the name 1 (2 days ago)


Ryan Van Orden:

Kc 1 (2 days ago)


Katie Krysil:

I also like Phil's Old-Fashioned BBQ in Milford! (2 days ago)


James Sakelaris:

Wicked Good Butchah in Bedford. (2 days ago)


Crys Talbot Schwed:

KC (2 days ago)


Kathleen McDonough:

KC or willie Jewels (2 days ago)


Scott Couture:

KC's (2 days ago)


Jessica Martin:

KC's Rib Shack! 1 (2 days ago)


Lisa Statchen:

I will never go to KC after seeing their health violations posted in the Union Leader (2 days ago)


Carol Vassello:

Willie Jewels 4 (2 days ago)


Crys Talbot Schwed:

Riverside BBQ in nashua is real good also. 2 (2 days ago)


Heather Fisk Roberts:

Chilis has new ribs that are super! 1 (2 days ago)


Pat Hanlon Cuneo:

oh no, lol I'm gonna have to try them all! 1 (2 days ago)


Amy Melinn:

Good problem to have! Please report back! (2 days ago)


Cynthia Silveira:

Willie's or there's one on Lowell MA Mill City BBQ 1 (2 days ago)


Sarah Schuman Hunter:

Schoepf's BBQ, Belton TX!! LOL. Is there any real BBQ places in New Hampshire? (2 days ago)




1 (20 hours ago)

Kathleen Lloyd Fitzpatrick:

the free companies leave a mess and you still have to have stumps removed 2 (20 hours ago)


Wendy Thomas:

Be careful, many times they will take only the good trees leaving you with the weak and now unsupported trees. They also leave the stumps behind, it will cost you a lot to have them professionally removed. 2 (20 hours ago)


Jay Carima:

True-ish. Most companies offer this service but it depends on the number and type of trees. Oak and maple will require much less trees than pine. The stipulation is there is no regard for your property and you will be stuck with the stumps. 1 (20 hours ago)


David Wholey:

numarklandclearinginc.com 3 (20 hours ago)


Jessica Caruso:

It depends on what your trees are if they have any value they should still be paying you to come in and cut down your trees a lot of people don't understand this that they're making a lot of money on good trees 1 (20 hours ago)


Dave Nolet:

We did this, they took down 35 pine trees, the yard was destroyed, but you have to weigh out the good and bad, we rented a stump grinder for 350 for the day but it is a lot of work. 5 (20 hours ago)


Scott Delibac:

I also did it and had 40 trees removed, it absolutely destroys the yard. Its a lot of work to clean it up but I have a lot more usable property now and the effort paid off. The tree company will basically down the trees, cut off the branches and take the trees leaving the branches. At least this is what happened with the company I used. 2 (20 hours ago)


Philip Winans:

I would think if you had enough trees, they would clean up the slash for nothing or charge just a little. I am in the market as well for clearing. 1 (19 hours ago)


Denise Whitley Schloman:

Also, make sure the company you hire has insurance! (19 hours ago)


Rachel Bottomley Modlinsky:

Trees company also used to have a service where you could hire them for the day instead of per tree. They allow you to work alongside them after signing a waiver. I loaded the chipper and my husband helped move logs. We kept the wood as we burn. It is still expensive but you can save some money this way. 2 (19 hours ago)


Ashley Pelletier:

Mark Taylor (18 hours ago)


Philip Winans:

I would also suggest maybe it would be better to do in the winter when the ground is hard and the logs can be moved easier over snow. Might not tear up the property as much, 2 (17 hours ago)


Mark Taylor:

Hi there. Let Me try to help with the reality of the free tree business. I own NuMark Land Clearing Inc. And I do allot of free tree removal. You have the choice. You have the choice to pay a tree service co. Thousands of dollars to remove the trees and then pay more to grind the stumps. Boom Done ! Then you have another choice to hire a co. Like mine , to come in and cut the trees at no cost. Now you take the thousands you saved and have the yard excavated and graded. Boom done ! Its just a choice. The logger as far as I am concerned anyway, doesn’t maliciously come in to destroy anything. Its just the nature of logging with heavy equipment. I have left the brush per owners choice. I chip brush if owner chooses that option. I also excavate stumps and grade. It typically is the cheaper way to go on larger tree removal projects. I hope this helps. I look at tree removal as being phase 1. There is always a phase 2. It is your choice how you achieve it.. 4 (13 hours ago)


Tina Lam:

We cleared 30 trees, oak, maple and pine. Used Accurate Tree Service. They were amazing, ground the stumps, cleaned up and sweepted the driveway. Fully insured and we would call them again if needed. Good luck.. 1 (13 hours ago)


Newton Coryell:

I used Mark Taylor a few years ago. We did it in the winter. Very little lawn damage as the snow cover protected it. In the spring I racked the lawn a couple of times. No lawn torn up. Mark chipped all branches. In the spring a friend in Hollis ground my stumps and cleaned up the chips. When Mark did my job he also did 3 neighbors at the same time. I would say he removed over 150 tree's. Very happy with his job 2 (11 hours ago)


Thomas Martinson:

They require a minimum number of trees. They will leave the stumps and a mess and they might cut trees on your neighbors' property. (11 hours ago)


Mary Wood:

A company cut 20 + trees for a friend of mine and ruined her yard, plus drove over the leach field and crushed it. It can save you a lot of money, but there is a lot of work in cleaning up the mess they leave. Be careful if you decide to do it, and make sure you know where they will be bringing in their truck. (9 hours ago)


Carol Vassello:

I don't understand why you buy a wooded lot and than take down all the trees 🌲😥 (9 hours ago)




5 (21 hours ago)
Tanya Maxel Rivard:

Following 1 (21 hours ago)


Allison Marie:

We could make a group, I'm in! 1 (21 hours ago)


Lacey Bohonnon:

Following too! Would love to join up and hit the trails 1 (20 hours ago)


Deborah Harrison Bennett:

me too love walking 1 (19 hours ago)


Joyce Guindon Lukkarinen:

Following (14 hours ago)


Allison Marie:

If anyone can go this weekend Saturday after 1:30 I'd be up for that. 1 (14 hours ago)


Melanie Smith:

Ok ladies let's set dates and times and where to meet weekly! This sounds like fun! 2 (11 hours ago)


Lydia Martin:

Following! (11 hours ago)


Allison Marie:

Saturday afternoon looks good for myself and Melanie. place & time , tbd .......send me a friend or chat request if interested and I'll set up a group or group chat, so we can discuss logistics 2 (10 hours ago)


Marcia C Campos:

Following! (10 hours ago)


Tanya Maxel Rivard:

My availability s only weekends for the most part so hopefully there will be walks then. I'll stay tuned... (10 hours ago)


Jessica Hodgkins:

Following!!!!! (9 hours ago)


Lacey Bohonnon:

Weekends work for me! Sorry I'm a little new to the area so not really sure where a good spot to meet would be (9 hours ago)


Elisa Johnson:

Also following! If you guys put something together please let us know! I’m new to the area as well and would love to walk with others. 1 (9 hours ago)


Erin Greyson:

I'd love to go as well but would like to also bring my dog if possible? I recently posted asking for advice on local trails (with a photo of my dog)...there were a TON of suggestions. 1 (7 hours ago)




1 (10 hours ago)

With new apartments in Litchfield, schools could see increased enrollment | New Hampshire

As construction continues on 42 apartments off Page Road, school officials say they must keep track of student enrollment in the coming year as the major housing development progresses.

Michael V. Pelletier:

Merrimack enrollment has been dropping for years. Everyone’s tax dollars fund the school district, including the residents of the 200 apartments.

Maybe with more students the cost per student would drop far enough to be on par with elite private school tuition. 4 (10 hours ago)


Megan Geraghty Hostler:

I agree. New apartments will bring more students. And now that all of our elementary schools have added full preschools, there is not much room left in the buildings. Plus- every year we are removing more and more programs and opportunities for the students we already have enrolled, which tells me that we don't have the town or monetary support to add a bunch more students into the system. 2 (10 hours ago)


Marie Lane Berry:

how can we be "removing more and more programs and opportunities" every year, for fewer students, and still have the budget increases every year? I don't think that computes....... 2 (10 hours ago)


Marie Lane Berry:

I don't think apartments will pay enough property taxes to support the education of the children housed within them. This would, of necessity cause a rise in taxes for everyone........ 1 (10 hours ago)



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