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Bowling alley to reopen under new owner

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The Souhegan Valley’s only bowling alley is being reopened. The owners of Leda Lanes in Nashua are taking over Milford Lanes, which closed last year. Located on Elm Street next door to the plaza that once housed Blake’s Restaurant, the business is being renamed Lucky Lanes. The alley features candlepin bowling, which is primarily popular in Quebec and northern New England.

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