The Waterville Valley Recreation Department Day Camps came to a close for the summer with a celebratory BBQ and Talent Show. Thanks to their long-standing support of the Recreation Dept. Programs, Waterville Valley Realty volunteered their time to serve as grill masters for this fun event. Realtors Mike Aronson, Jeff Brown, Frank Freeman and Marketing Director, Jan Stearns helped feed the crowd.
Event to Focus on Prescription Drugs as Cost Drivers in State
Many New Hampshire families have students going to college this month. With the necessities of college life — clothing, electronic equipment, more clothing, more electronic equipment — trying to remember everything is always a challenge. But in the rush to pack, don’t forget to add “insurance” to the list of necessary items.
New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny has selected 20 Granite Staters to advise him on issues related to accessing behavioral health services, including treatment for substance use disorders, through private insurance coverage.
Please join Hellenic American University for an open house to learn more about their innovative Executive MBA program and their new Teaching English as Second Language professional development programs.
Enjoy a day of historic barns, scenic landscapes, and local history in the hills of central New Hampshire. Sandwich has a wealth of historic agricultural buildings and seven distinctive examples will be showcased at a barn tour on Saturday, August, 20th.
Enjoy a beautiful day of stunning views, natural beauty, and stories of New Hampshire history while we tour the island and its trademark structure, the 140-year-old Oceanic Hotel. The hotel, the largest of 34 buildings on Star Island, was named to the Preservation Alliance’s Seven to Save list in 2015.
The Black Bear Half Marathon and 5K on Sunday, August 28, leads runners on a scenic tour of Waterville Valley. The route weaves along quiet country roads and trails and begins and finishes in the Town Square. The Half Marathon...
New Hampshire employers could pay less for their workers compensation insurance next year because of a filing that lowers the rates and loss-cost factors insurance companies use to develop prices.
End of Summer Social with the N.H. Fisher Cats