New Hampshire Commissioner to Head Key National Health Insurance Policy Group
Saturday, January 31, noon-4 p.m. Teens and adults will make dramatic and artistic fused and slumped glass creations, including plates, coasters, bowls and jewelry. This workshop will cover fusing and design techniques to make stunning 3-D works of art using...
A Day to Play in Clay: Valentine Vases Saturday, January 31, 1-3 p.m. Children (ages 5+) and their parents can make a clay vase during this fun weekend workshop! Nothing says “I love you” like a handmade gift. Participants will...
Barn Tax Incentive Use Continues to Grow April 15 deadline for 2015 applications and renewals for 2005 easement holders
Covering New Hampshire to be at the 51st Lancaster Grand Prix
The Waterville Valley Hall of Fame Committee is very pleased to announce this years class: Ruth Antonides, Todd and Cynthia Baldwin, the trio of Ron Boulay, Richard Knight, Richard Giuliano, and Nick and Susie Preston.
87 percent who selected plans in states using HealthCare.gov are getting financial assistance to lower monthly premiums; 2.5 million young people have selected a plan or been reenrolled nationwide; consumers have until Feb. 15 to sign up for coverage
Hunter Brayton, Pinnacle student-athlete played a big role in helping Team USA take 2nd place in the Hahnenkamm-Juniors competition yesterday.
Concord, NH: On Friday, January 23, 2015, New Hampshire Citizens for the Arts is honoring Timothy Sink, president, Concord Chamber of Commerce for being a champion of the arts. A reception in his honor will be held at the Robert M. Larsen Gallery in Concord located at 29 School Street. The reception begins at 6:30 and includes remarks from Symphony New Hampshire conductor, Jonathan McPhee, as well as the presentation of the award. Immediately following the reception is a concert Beethoven Forever performed by Symphony New Hampshire at the Concord City Auditorium. The concert will feature an evening dedicated to the work of a master. Violinist Irina Muresanu, hailed as “not just a virtuoso, but an artist,” will tackle his violin concerto, one of the genre’s most beloved. The composer’s Egmont Overture and his Symphony No. 1 complete this program. Tickets for the concert and reception – which benefit NH Citizens for the Arts - can be purchased online by visiting www.nhcfa.org/Beethoven. The reception is sponsored by: b-fresh consulting, LLC, Louis Karno & Company, Talient Action Group, and Sulloway & Hollis, P.L.L.C.
Covering New Hampshire to be at the Harry Corrigan Basketball Tournament