BARTLETT — “Sales have been pretty much overwhelming. It’s been really hard to keep up with the orders, but hopefully by the end of the week or the start of next week we will be caught up.”
CONCORD — Under pressure from the two Democrats who want his job, Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has issued an emergency order that could provide relief to local property taxpayers who fall behind.
Drive-in movies are like a thread running through the history of cars, motion picture entertainment and family fun. Few other activities can tie together so much enthusiastic variety for such a small investment.
SCARBOROUGH, Maine — In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Hannaford Supermarkets is donating $750,000 to numerous hunger relief and homeless outreach organizations throughout the Northeast in order to support some of the most at-risk members of the community.
CONWAY — The Conway Planning Board March 12 unanimously approved a modification of an earlier plan for the amenities/pool building next to the now closed Cranmore Fitness Center.
MEREDITH — After working together in various capacities for nearly two decades, attorneys Jesse Friedman and John Bresaw opened their own legal practice last year in Meredith.
The History Channel hit show “American Pickers” has announced it is planning on returning to New England (Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire) at the middle to end of July.
CONWAY — Businesses throughout New England are struggling to find ways to cope and inspire as the economic issues created by the coronavirus pandemic continue to move up the curve. From small gestures of kindness to volunteerism and cutbacks, everyone is jumping in to help.
CONWAY — On Monday, the management of Eastern Inn and Suites of North Conway invited their current employees, along with recently laid-off employees, back to the property.
CONWAY — Spring skiing is a time of year that snow sports enthusiasts look forward to every year. But concerns about the coronavirus have led many areas to close two weeks sooner than planned and others to institute precautionary measures to try to contain the spread of the virus.
I used to have a collection of road maps. They held a place of prominence in my home office and our family Vanagon had a plastic bin full of them under the seat, along with some crayons and paper — for the kids, really. I’d collect local maps whenever they were available, never knowing when …
In last week’s Introduction to Aging in Place, we defined the term “Aging in Place” as the concept driven by a large number of the over-65 population to stay in their homes longer, rather than moving to assisted living facilities or long-term care.
Cars are becoming more complex every year. Technology is being employed to make our lives behind the wheel simpler and more entertaining, with multiple cameras and infotainment systems.
SHELBURNE — Berlin businessman David Poulin was honored with the Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Lifetime Achievement Award during its annual dinner on March 6.