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Cancellations And Delays For February 16th

by Christian Mower February 16, 2017 Front Page News

Delays Schools SAU 3: Berlin – 2 Hour Delay SAU 9: Conway – 2 Hour Delay SAU 13: Freedom, Madison, Tamworth – 2 Hour Delay SAU 49: Wolfeboro, Ossipee – 2 Hour Delay Lillipution Montessori – 2 Hour Delay Little Treasure Learning Center – 2 Hour Delay White Mountain Waldorf – 2 Hour Delay Businesses […]

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NH Electric Co-op Foundation Grants $20,000 to Help Local Food Pantries

by Christian Mower February 15, 2017 Front Page News

  PLYMOUTH, NH – A $20,000 grant awarded by the NH Electric Co-op Foundation to the NH Food Bank will be dispersed to 33 food pantries across the state. The donation is being awarded in the form of an account credit at the NH Food Bank, where pantries can shop at prices that are often […]

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Winter Storms Increase The Need For Blood Donations

by Christian Mower February 15, 2017 Front Page News

MANCHESTER, NH — The American Red Cross is urging eligible donors throughout Maine to give blood or platelets following recent winter storms, which have compounded a severe winter blood shortage. Snow and icy roads forced 12 blood drives to cancel in New Hampshire over the past week, causing about 355 donations to go uncollected. Since […]

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New Hampshire Division Of Motor Vehicles To Switch To New Computer System

by Christian Mower February 14, 2017 Front Page News

Concord, NH (AP) – The state’s Division of Motor Vehicles is implementing its new driver licensing computer system over Presidents Day weekend. On Friday, Feb. 17, municipal clerks won’t be able to process the state portion of vehicle registrations.     Customers seeking a registration that day will be issued a 30-day temporary registration and […]

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Avalanche Warning Issued For Mount Washington

by Christian Mower February 14, 2017 Front Page News

Sargent’s Purchase, NH – Officials are warning outdoor enthusiasts of increased Avalanche danger on Mount Washington. The Mount Washington Avalanche Center issued the warning saying that there is Considerable danger of Storm Slab avalanches from 17” of new snow last night. The notice said that as “wind ramps up from the north, rapid loading of […]

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New Hampshire Behind On Renewable Energy

by Christian Mower February 13, 2017 Front Page News

Concord, NH – New Hampshire already lags behind most of its neighbors in expanding its use of renewable energy but that hasn’t stopped several groups from attacking the nascent efforts. Critics support a bill that would pull New Hampshire out of a nine-state Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. They are led by the Americans for Prosperity […]

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