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Meet State Rep. Mary Hakken-Phillips

Age: 39 Area represented: Hanover and Lyme (Grafton 12) Occupation and employer: Attorney, Tarbell & Brodich, PA Number of years in NH: 5 Favorite place in NH: My favorite place in New Hampshire is Hanover – a bustling community at the intersection of the Appalachian Trail, Connecticut River, Dartmouth College, and New England-style politics. Describe […]

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7 Recreational Rail Trails In New Hampshire

The state of New Hampshire is home to dozens of recreational rail-trails that are used year-round by hikers, bikers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, OHRVs, equestrians, and sled dogs. #1. Presidential Range Rail Trail Towns: Whitefield to Gorham Counties: Coos Length: 18 miles The Presidential Range Rail Trail begins at Cherry Pond in Whitefield, passing through the Silvio O. […]

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“Boomerang” Spotlight: Brian Moses

Name: Brian Moses Current City/Town: Lebanon Native City/Town: Lebanon Tell us a little about yourself. I work for my families business, Britton Lumber Company, primarily doing sales but helping out with operations and accounting when needed. We sell building materials around New England and I seem to be wearing more and more hats which keeps […]

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603 Spotlight: Josh Lizotte

Name: Josh Lizotte Current City/Town: Springfield Native City/Town: Hampton Falls Tell us a little bit about yourself. I currently work as a Realtor with the O’Halloran Group in New London. It has been an amazing experience being able to help people through the purchase process. Specializing in luxury and waterfront properties, I get so see […]

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Where is the Closest Target?

If you are like me you have become accustomed, and likely taken for granted, easy access to everyday luxuries  such as shopping malls, Starbucks, bookstores, restaurants, entertainment, etc. Never did I think I’d consider a life without these amenities around the corner. I’ll admit, when I began exploring the possibility of moving from Bangor, Maine […]

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Fuel for the Soul

Since moving to New Hampshire, I’ve determined that one thing the state does really well is preserve cool old buildings. In my mind, bonus points are awarded to projects that are completely repurposed and serve their communities in different ways: the small business economy, the environment, and the coffee consumer, in particular. Lucky’s Coffee Garage […]