The village of Woodsville in Haverhill, New Hampshire has been added to the town picture gallery. The format of the picture galleries have been changed which increases the picture size… Read more »
Today the first road marker was posted: “Haverhill-Bath Bridge” More to come . . . Update (11/4/10), new road markers in New Hampshire and Vermont added.
A developer in Augusta, Maine has a big vision for revitalizing an under-utilized building downtown. His plans include: A proposed, $841,000 development of a significant Water Street property is expected… Read more »
This week the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance announced their “Seven to Save in 2010.” They are: Colonial Theater, Laconia; Mill Pond Dam, Durham; Odd Fellows Hall, Warner; Pulpit Rock Tower,… Read more »
This editorial ran in the Union Leader this weekend which makes some good points. Concord has “one of the healthiest downtowns in New Hampshire,” in the words of well-known Laconia… Read more »
One of the economic challenges facing Northern New England is very high electricity prices. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, as of April 2010, residential electricity prices were the… Read more »
The Kennebec Journal, which serves central Maine, ran an interesting story today on Gardiner’s (Maine) one way street (Water Street) through downtown. If you check out Gardiner’s picture gallery, you… Read more »
When you’ve lived in Northern New England for awhile, you begin to really notice how much older the general population is compared to other regions in the country. As one… Read more »