The manufacturing partners see this program as a way to not only train young workers and hopefully set them on a path for a long career, but to also give students an understanding of the expectations they will face in the working world and to make important connections they can use when looking for a job after graduation
On Tuesday February 5th at 6:00 pm, NHTI presents the next event in its Wings of Knowledge lecture series for the 2018-19 academic year. Noted Forest Society naturalist Dave Anderson presents “Sweet Ramblings About All Things Maple Syrup – Myth, Magic, and Realities.”
Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. is pleased to welcome Chris Ratté to the firm’s Dover office.
Vicki Cimino, Director of Travel & Tourism for the State of NH, will present an update on the current statistics of visitors to our state and what marketing strategies are in place to attract them.
“Cathy is one of the premier criminal defense attorneys in New Hampshire, and will be joining our criminal defense practice group. She began her career as a public defender in 1977, and has dedicated her practice to helping those who are under investigation or charged with a criminal offense,” says Managing Partner Michael Noonan.
With grand proportions and an Italianate exterior, the Parker J. Noyes building at the corner of Main and Bunker Hill Street has anchored the northern gateway to downtown Lancaster since 1846. The building, at one point the largest manufacturing facility of pharmaceutical products in the country, recently earned a place on the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places.
The award was accepted by Comfort Inn’s General Manager Joyce McCabe along with four of her associates with hearing disabilities.
The Northern Forest Center is pleased to welcome Brad Gentry to its Board of Directors.
‘Tis the season for pop up holiday stores, and Concord’s Squid Flip, run by 12 year old Owen Simoes is no exception. Owen has a busy agenda of holiday offerings planned, starting with a new chalked paint and other holiday items for sale at Concord Handmade, the original pop up store, on Pleasant Street.
The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance has announced its 2018 Seven to Save list today, featuring a the Ruggles 236-acre mica mine in Grafton, the 250-acre Laconia State School campus, a dam of a water-power system at Canterbury Shaker Village and the enormous exhibition barn at the Rochester Fairgrounds. Also on the list highlighting endangered historic landscapes as well as iconic structures is a home dating from the 18thand 19thcentury that stretches along the common at Haverhill Corner, an Italianate parsonage in Lee and a Prairie-style residence built for the Director of the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Manchester.