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Public relations and strategic communications firm Montagne Powers welcomes two new team members to its expanding company: Samantha Blinder and Ben HIncher.
Roughly 150 girls, ages 5-18, who participate in the Girls Inc. program in Nashua or Manchester rode waves of excitement and anticipation to the Crocs outlet at Merrimack Premium Outlets this week to round out their back-to-school outfits with Classic Clog Crocs.
A New Hampshire man who spent months at Cheshire Medical Center with a COVID-19 infection is returning to the hospital as one of its newest employees.
While plenty of couples have met as Hannaford employees, it’s not likely that their love stories and dedication to the company span across generations like this one. The family has more than 100 years of combined service to the company, including Sara and Todd Ellis, her parents and her brother, Ben Stout.
They don’t look much like the dancing co-star of “Wizard of Oz,” but the clunky robots at the heart of a new program at Plymouth State University actually are scarecrows. Or used to be, before they broke down.
Public relations and strategic communications firm Montagne Powers welcomes three new team members to its expanding company: Hope Lang, Madison Shearns and Gabriella Pais.
The Ecology School in Saco has added 200 acres to its regenerative agriculture learning campus at River Bend Farm alongside the Saco River. The American Farmland Trust and Hannaford Charitable Foundation each contributed $100,000.
To the sound of cheers and wearing the three silver medals she won in Germany at the Special Olympics Games, Chelsea Schultz was welcomed back at the Hannaford Nashua, where she works.
Torrington Properties has purchased Mill Plaza in Durham for $8.8 million, growing its portfolio of commercial, retail and industrial properties across New Hampshire.
Museum of the White Mountains and an old man in Bristol continue to pay tribute to the Old Man of the Mountain
“The Old Man of the Mountain Speaker Series” comes to the Museum of the White Mountains at Plymouth State University, coinciding with the museum’s exhibit called “An Enduring Presence: The Old Man of the Mountain,” which ends Sept. 16.
New Hampshire Lottery Commissioner H. Andy Crews was recently re-nominated by Governor Chris Sununu and confirmed by the Executive Council for a second three-year term on the Commission.