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December 2014

Manchester, NH – Northern New England’s largest family-friendly New Year’s Eve event will happen Wednesday, December 31 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Currier Museum of Art. It’s Noon Year’s Eve, featuring amazing juggling performances, kid-friendly food, live... Read more →


Two New Clinics Treat Dental Patients in NH

Nearly 20 statewide dental access clinics available New Hampshire residents now have access to nearly 20 clinics with dental services around the state with the addition of two new locations in Littleton and Bristol. Ammonoosuc Health Center in Littleton began... Read more →


leigh Rides around the village at Waterville Valley Resort will make their first laps of the 2014/15 season on December 26th. Rides will operate weekends and holiday periods for the entire winter season. Read more →


On New Years Day, there is an abundance of things to do around the capitol city. Be sure to take some time to explore Downtown Concord. With a vast variety of locally owned shops and restaurants, there is something for everything downtown. Shops range from specialty toy stores to antique shops to high-end fashion boutiques to a thriving independent bookstore. There is an even wider variety of restaurants- from Thai to Indian to Italian to Vegan, Concord has it all! Concord is also home to a thriving arts scene. Read more →


Concord – In winter, snowstorms and icy roads are always a possibility. The New Hampshire Insurance Department urges you to take all possible precautions during storms or when out on the roads. In the event of an accident, here are some tips on how to work with your insurance company: Read more →


New Book on the topic of the role of doubt in faith written by NH’s Rev. Dr. Guy Collins

A new book, Faithful Doubt: The Wisdom of Uncertainty, by The Rev. Dr. Guy Collins, Rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Hanover, and Episcopal Chaplain to Dartmouth College, is receiving strong reviews for its unusual message: the importance of doubt for theology and philosophy. Focusing on readings of philosophers, novelists and popular culture, Faithful Doubt argues that atheism can be redeeming. Read more →


Jackson, NH – For more than 40 years, the Jackson Ski Touring Foundation has strived to provide unparalleled Nordic skiing for guests of all ages and has established itself as a key North American venue. Now, they are hoping to... Read more →


Covering New Hampshire Event to Kick-Off 2015 Open Enrollment for Seacoast Residents in the Marketplace

Covering New Hampshire Event to Kick-Off 2015 Open Enrollment for Seacoast Residents in the Marketplace Read more →


Covering New Hampshire Event to Kick-Off 2015 Open Enrollment for Lakes Region Residents in the Marketplace

Covering New Hampshire Event to Kick-Off 2015 Open Enrollment for Lakes Region Residents in the Marketplace Read more →