- n. a river that rises in south central New Hampshire and flows through Concord and Manchester into Massachusetts and empties into the Atlantic Ocean
“MERRIMACK - A Merrimack woman due to face a theft charge in court on Tuesday wound up getting arrested again for carrying a weapon to her hearing, police said.”
“MERRIMACK - State transportation officials are ready to lay down the law and revoke E-ZPass accounts from people who speed through E-ZPass lanes in Merrimack and around the state.”
“That this should be news even in Merrimack is remarkable, but it is astounding that it became national news.”
“When I first met the president of Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, in Merrimack, New Hampshire, he asked me to describe my ideas for an art school that could contribute train artist to serve the Church.”
“Approximately 3 years ago, I had the opportunity to visit with David Clayton, now artist-in-residence at Thomas More College in Merrimack, New Hampshire, while enjoying a conference luncheon in the dining hall of Merton College, Oxford, and while milling about the various colleges of the university.”
“David Clayton, artist-in-residence at Thomas More College in Merrimack, N.H., will speak with Father Mitch Pacwa about “Art and Catholicism” at 8 p.m.”
“I am 10 minutes from the Bridge street address in Merrimack.”
“The oldest corporation, known as the Merrimack, introduced this system, and for many years retained oversight of all in its employ.”
“Anyone with information about the car abandoned and set on fire in Merrimack on Monday, especially anyone who was driving on Baboosic Lake Road or Greatstone Drive around 9 p.m., is asked to call Merrimack detectives at 424-3774.”
“Monitor v. Virginia, historic naval battle of the American Civil War fought on March 9, 1862, between a Union ship, the Monitor, and the Confederate Virginia (also known as Merrimack).”
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