In 1994, the Waterville Company divested most of its operating assets, including the ski facilities, but retained the remaining developable land. The Company continued to serve as the master developer of the resort community and steward of Tom Corcoran’s vision.
At its annual Awards evening, held this year on June 20 at the Capital Commons building in Concord, Plan NH revealed this year’s Merit Award projects. The projects were selected from a field of nominations by a jury of diverse professionals within the planning, design and development industries.
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The Arts Advocate of the Year honors a leader in the arts community who demonstrates forward thinking and enthusiasm for the arts
Projects and people from Berlin to Nashua, and Peterborough to Portsmouth, were honored by the N.H. Preservation Alliance for outstanding preservation leadership and activity on May 31 at the Littleton Opera House. The awards ceremony culminated a statewide conference that explored effective strategies and historic preservation’s relationship to health, well-being and community and economic development.
This year, the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation presented The Honorable Martha Fuller Clark and Dr. Geoffrey Clark of Portsmouth, NH, with the AmplifiHER Award for their dedication, passion, and commitment to women and girls in New Hampshire, and for more than 40 years of dedicating their personal and professional lives to strengthening New Hampshire communities.
Set in the year 2014 when Air Force Space Command receives a signal from an alien satellite in Earth orbit, the independent feature film will be produced at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord, NH
Three concierges working at The Hotel Concord, in downtown Concord, New Hampshire, have just earned The Certified Hotel Concierge (CHC) certification from the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI). The Hotel Concord is investing in the training and education of its associates to offer exemplary guest service and more associates are currently working to obtain their CHCs.
ECONOMIC STUDY REVEALS IMPORTANCE OF LOCAL TOURIST RAILROAD TO REGIONAL ECONOMY HOBO & WINNIPESAUKEE SCENIC RAILROAD ACCOUNTS FOR MORE THAN $17.4 MILLION IN ECONOMIC IMPACT IN NH’S LAKES & WHITE MOUNTAIN REGIONS ANNUALLY
Owen hopes to reopen his shop right after school afternoons in May – but he has his eye on two places- the first will be his third pilgrimage to Brimfield’s giant antiques fair in May – where he is inspired and gets unique items. The second is to do more shows and special pop up stands – as he likes to take his goods on the road.