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Your Guide To Spring Hiking In New Hampshire

Spring hiking in New Hampshire’s White Mountains can be a frustrating and humbling time to spend on the trails. Snow tends to linger on the high peaks well into late May- early June, and daytime temperatures remain rather chilly. Hikers need to be prepared for postholing in soft snow and water crossings in frigid streams. […]

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Doing Good NH with Inter-Lakes Middle High School: Never Too Young to Make a Difference!

The students at Inter-Lakes Middle High School are making a difference one pair of socks, one dollar and one hour of service at a time! Students in the freshman American and State Government class were asked on the first day of school: How will you make a difference this year in our community? Students reflected on […]

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“Boomerang” Spotlight: Jonathan Noury-Elliard

Name: Jonathan Noury-Elliard Current City/Town: Concord Native City/Town: Meredith Tell us a little about yourself. I own NH Rocks. After moving back to New Hampshire I have gone “all in” and am currently using my business to help improve the experience of living and visiting here. I am also a Board member of Fusion, the […]

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“Boomerang” Spotlight: Corey Hoyt

Name: Corey Hoyt Current City/Town: Laconia Native City/Town: Laconia Tell us a little about yourself. Earlier this year, I joined Mainstay Technologies as the Marketing & Communications Manager after nearly a decade of marketing experience in higher education. The transition to the IT and Information Security services industry has been really rewarding and intellectually challenging, […]

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Two Barns and a Beer

At first look, it’s hard to tell that the beautiful new Twin Barns Brewing Company facility was recently two 1850s conjoined barns discovered in Meredith by co-founders Bruce Walton and Dave Picarillo. Upon further review, the logo, two-toned paint job, and interior exposed beams tell more of the story. Located right on Daniel Webster Highway […]

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My Housing Story: Hilary Lane

Not long ago, I wrote about what millennials want. Well, don’t take my word for it! To further demystify what the millennial generation wants, I took my own advice and asked a millennial! This series, My Housing Story, will shine a spotlight on the experiences of young people living in New Hampshire.  Meet Hilary Lane! […]

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The Great Ice Fishing Debate

For those of us who are transplants to the lovely state of New Hampshire, we have probably all had an experience where we referred to, or pronounced, something a little differently than the locals. For example, I made it through entire AP US History classes thinking Concord was pronounced Con Cord. One thing I learned […]