The Town of Milford has a rich history. Separated from Amherst and established as an independent town in 1794, Milford was a prime stop on the Underground Railroad. Located in southern New Hampshire on the banks of the Souhegan River, the town is named after the River's shallow Mill Ford, so called after the many mills at this location in the eighteenth century. Milford is still a favorable spot for business.
A beautiful rural-suburban community that artfully combines centuries of history with 21st century innovation, making it one of the best towns in America in which to live, raise a family, and grow a business. The Town of Amherst is located in the southern tier of the State of New Hampshire in Hillsborough County on the western edge of the Merrimack Valley and the eastern edge of the Monadnock region. It is equidistant to New Hampshire’s two largest cities, Manchester and Nashua, which are both less than 15 miles to their downtowns.
Merrimack is a great community in which to live and to do business. Merrimack is a one hour commute from Boston, one hour from the seacoast, and one hour from the mountains, placing this thriving community of approximately 27,000 people right in the heart of it all. It is a town rich in history. For example, Matthew Thornton, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, called Merrimack home.
Nashua is home to over 85,000 residents making it the second largest city in New Hampshire. This vibrant community is situated along the Merrimack and Nashua Rivers and is just 45 minutes away from Boston and 30 minutes from the New Hampshire Seacoast. Whether you're a local, a new resident or just passing through, Nashua is sure to offer something for everyone to enjoy. Downtown Nashua is not only about visiting, shopping, and dining; it is most excitingly becoming recognized as a great place to live and work.
The Town of Hudson is pleased to extend you a warm welcome to our neighborhood. Our town is a true treasure nestled in southern New Hampshire offering a nurturing and vibrant community generating a wonderful place to live and raise a family. Located only 44 miles north of Boston, Hudson offers many enriching resources for community such as our 166 acre Benson Park, two 18-hole golf courses, recreational ponds, an original motor speedway and only within an hour to the beach or a couple hours to the White Mountains and more! Focus on family via community activities in the manner of dances, holiday parades, kid’s recreation and festivals, is a priority for us in Hudson.
Lyndeborough is fortunate to have a strong sense of community, which is expressed in the dedicated civic organizations that contribute to the special quality of life that this community engenders. Lyndeborough is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. Lyndeborough was first granted a charter in 1734 as Salem-Canada, a delayed payment to the Salem, Mass., veterans of the failed Canada expedition of 1690. It became the Town of Lyndeborough in 1764, named for Benjamin Lynde, Jr., a prominent Salem judge.
Litchfield is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 8,271 at the 2010 census, with an estimated population in 2017 of 8,502. Several public parks, including Roy Memorial Park and the Litchfield State Forest, are open year-round to the public. Municipal parks are managed by the Litchfield Recreation Commission. The state forest is managed by the New Hampshire Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, among other agencies.
Welcome to our historic small town nestled in the Monadnock region by the Souhegan and Stony Brook rivers. Wilton is home to entrepreneurs, retirees, young families, students, artists, farmers, and many others. With friendly people, a vibrant arts community and modern infrastructure, it offers an affordable and ideal living, working and recreational environment. Explore the many attractions on this site and see the fun things to do if you wander into Wilton!
Brookline is ideally located. Located in eastern Hillsborough county, Brookline has managed to retain many of the features of its rural past while benefiting from its close proximity to the shopping and employment opportunities afforded by adjacent Milford to the north and nearby Nashua to the east. Brookline is about 30 minutes from Manchester, NH and one hour from Boston.
Located in Hillsborough County in southern New Hampshire; Mason is part of New Hampshire’s breathtaking Monadnock Region. We encourage visitors to explore our wonderful walking trails and scenic roads.
Hollis is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 7,684 at the 2010 census. The town center village is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Hollis Village Historic District.
Mont Vernon is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,409 at the 2010 census. The town has two major annual celebrations: On the last Saturday in September, it hosts "Lamson Farm Day" at a town-owned farm to celebrate its agricultural past. In late April or early May, it has a celebration of spring called the "Mont Vernon Spring Gala". Both feature games, food and local entertainers.
Pelham, New Hampshire, the ever evolving and quintessential New England town, was settled in 1722 and incorporated in 1746. Pelham’s rich history has led to a wealth of information and knowledge that has allowed our present day residents to make this home town a combination of old fashioned values along with a modern day thirst for innovation in all areas of our daily lives. Nestled in the middle of two larger cities, Nashua to the west and Salem to the east, and also bordering the State of Massachusetts to the south, affords Pelham the right to be known as a sleepy bedroom town.
New Boston is a rural New Hampshire town of approximately 5,500 residents with a rich history, gorgeous landscape and an amazing sense of community. The Town was officially incorporated on February 18, 1763 and in 2013 celebrated its' 250th anniversary. If you wish to set out to explore our community, just know that there are over 100 miles of roads in Town and almost ½ of them are dirt roads. It’s not recommended to rely too heavily on navigation software, as it will often lead you astray. You may also want to be careful in the Springtime (also known as mud season), as the dirt roads in Town can be tricky to navigate.
Bedford, New Hampshire, 50 miles from Boston and adjacent to the state’s largest city of Manchester, is viewed as an upscale residential town with a population of approximately 22,000. The majority of Bedford is residentially zoned. Many major retailers such as Walmart, Target and Lowes are proud to be located in Bedford. Close to build-out, Bedford offers a comfortable, stable community environment with the New England-style of living which attracts our residents to live here and our businesses to be located here. Bedford is proud to be a member of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and is always willing to help the growth of our existing businesses or to welcome a new company to our community.