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Pine Tree Teacher In The Running For New HampshireTeacher Of The Year

by Cooper May 16, 2014 News

    The district has a semifinalist for New Hampshire Teacher of the Year for 2015. According to the Conway Daily Sun, Pine Tree School principal Aimee Frechette informed the Conway School Board Monday that Matthew Liebenow, who teaches physical education at Pine Tree, is nominated for the prestigious award and has made it through […]

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Offsetting Conway Taxes

by Cooper May 15, 2014 News

    There’s good news for taxpayers in Conway.  According to the Conway Daily Sun, on Monday night Superintendent Carl Nelson shared with the Conway School Board that the district will be getting $500,000 back from its insurance provider. Those funds will go to offset taxes at the end of the 2014-15 school year. During […]

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Fire At Brennan’s House Of Pizza

by Cooper May 14, 2014 News

    According to the Conway Daily Sun, Area fire departments were toned out to Brennan’s House of Pizza, on Route 302 Redstone, at approximately 4:50 on Tuesday afternoon, shortly after the popular family restaurant opened for business. No one was injured in the structure fire.  Conway Police also responded to the scene, closing Route 302 briefly for […]

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Mount Washington Valley Chamber Of Commerce Announces Business Award Winners

by Cooper May 13, 2014 News

    Conway’s no-kill animal shelter is one of several valley businesses being recognized by the Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce as a 2014 Annual Mount Washington Valley Business Award winner. Chamber Exec. Director Janice Crawford says the Conway Area Humane Society is being recognized as its Non-Profit of the Year after becoming one […]

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Meeting Regarding Berlin’s Historical District To Take Place Next Week

by Cooper May 13, 2014 News

    The New Hampshire Dept. of Transportation will hold a public meeting in Berlin to discuss ideas to enhance the Berlin Heights/Avenues historic district area to offset the removal of historic buildings during reconstruction along Route 110. The brainstorming session will be held Tuesday May 20, 2014  starting at 6 p.m. at the Berlin […]

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Carroll County Public Health Advisory Council To Meet Tomorrow

by Cooper May 12, 2014 News

    The director of New Hampshire’s Public Health Services will be one of the public health experts who will speak Tuesday afternoon in Tamworth at the next public meeting of the Carroll County Public Health Advisory Council. Terri Hooper of the Carroll County Coalition for Public Health says Dr. Jose Montero will talk about […]

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The Mount Washington Auto Road Is Open

by Cooper May 12, 2014 News

    Spokesman Dan Houde says the road opened Saturday morning for guests to drive their own vehicles about four and a half miles up to a turnaround point above treeline at 4,200 feet, where they can experience stunning vistas of surrounding peaks. Houde says despite the winter’s near record snowfall and colder than average […]

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