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September 2014

Peter Moore, who runs a Tour business in Tomar Portugal, is visiting New York to promote the Knights Templar region. Read more →

The New Hampshire Music Festival now working with Lakes Region Airport Shuttle Service

Transportation services to be offered for concerts and special events Read more →

An Open Letter on Child Refugees

We have been watching as the number of unaccompanied children entering the United States has grown to more than 57,000 so far in 2014, up from 27,884 in 2013. These children and families are fleeing horrific and worsening violence (worse in some cases than in open war zones), extreme poverty, gang-related dangers, and their governments’ inability or unwillingness to protect them. Read more →

NH Insurance Commissioner Leads Workers’ Compensation Commission

New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny today chaired the first meeting of the Commission to Recommend Reforms to Reduce Workers’ Compensation Medical Costs. The commission was created by Governor Maggie Hassan earlier this month in response to the Insurance Department’s announcement that workers’ compensation medical fees in New Hampshire are significantly higher than those in other states. Read more →

The All Saints’ Episcopal Church Vestry, through Bishop Hirschfeld, has issued a Call to the Reverend Jamie L. Hamilton to be their next rector, and the Rev. Hamilton has accepted the Call. She was presented to the congregation by Senior Warden Pam Everson, who said, “Those among us who have seen Jamie in her longtime role as celebrant at Dublin’s Emmanuel Episcopal Church and elsewhere, are well aware that she is a uniquely gifted and dynamic preacher, with a fine mind and a caring heart.” Read more →

David Loucky, trombone, and Dan Perkins, piano, present recitals at the University of New Hampshire and Plymouth State University Plymouth, NH, September 25, 2014 – New Hampshire Music Festival principal trombonist David Loucky joins pianist and NHMF principal guest conductor... Read more →

FEATURED PROGRAM FOR OCTOBER Currier After Hours: Invented Realities Thursday, October 2, 6–9 p.m. Celebrate the special exhibition M.C. Escher: Reality and Illusion. The musical force of nature and steampunk band, Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band, will delight you with... Read more →

Bryn Atkinson landed in the United States early Saturday morning, and landed on the podium in the late afternoon. Flying in from Australia for the inaugural Pinnacle Bike Championship, Bryn braved the cool temperatures and bested the field, finishing first at this one of a kind event at Waterville Valley Resort. Mick Hannah, also from Australia, and France’s Fabien Cousinie finished 2nd and 3rd respectively. It was a field comprised of riders from all over the world competing for a $10,000 first prize that was well earned by Atkinson. Read more →

Private Jet Services (PJS) is a worldwide private aviation consulting firm, announces the hiring of its new president, Brian Kratt. He will focus on supporting and empowering PJS employees to deliver superior aviation services to corporations and individuals worldwide. A new President represents PJS’ desire to continue its significant growth and better serve its existing clients. Read more →