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Wind Chill Warning in Concord, New Hampshire

Wind Chill Warning in Concord, New Hampshire

Concord, NH – Temperatures continue to fall to below zero by this afternoon and continue falling overnight.  Temperatures will not begin to rise again until after sunrise Saturday morning. The brutal cold combined with gusty winds will lead to widespread, dangerously cold wind chills beginning imminently in the mountains and into the morning to the south. The wind chills have...

Skiing and Snowboarding NH

Unleash Your Inner Adventurer: Skiing and Snowboarding in New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a top destination for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts. Our state offers a diverse range of options, from big-name resorts to small towns with plenty of fresh powder, as well as cross-country options scattered throughout picturesque mountain towns. Here are three must-visit locations for skiers and snowboarders in New Hampshire this winter: Cannon Mountain in Franconia Notch State...

Two New Hampshire Buildings Will Go Teal This Month as Part of an Alzheimer’s Awareness Event

Two New Hampshire Buildings Will Go Teal This Month as Part of an Alzheimer’s Awareness Event

MANCHESTER, NH – The City Hall Plaza Tower and Hotel Concord will be lit up with teal on November 3rd during The Light the World in Teal campaign to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s during its Awareness Month. People and places around the world “go teal” to raise awareness and show support for the millions of people affected by Alzheimer’s. How...

Transform Dojo Concord NH

Transform Your Life At TransformDojo in 2021

I had the pleasure of speaking with Jacob, the owner of TransformDojo in Concord, New Hampshire about his Kenpo karate business and why he chose to open it. Me; having zero karate experience, really wanted to get down to the basics. What exactly does TransformDojo stand for? Well to start, Jacob let me know that a “dojo” is a karate...

Governor Sununu Stay at Home 2.0

Sununu Unveils “Stay-At-Home 2.0” for NH Coronavirus Response

CONCORD, NH — On Friday, May 1st, 2020, Governor Chris Sununu announced the modified “stay-at-home” Executive Order that is now scheduled to expire May 31, 2020. The first phase starts May 4, wit h a “responsible, phased-in approach to resuming healthcare services.” This measure reinstates the ability for medical facilities to provide elective and non-urgent procedures. The next phase is...

Stay at Home 2.0

Stay-at-Home 2.0 Goes to Court

On Friday, May 15, Governor Sununu extended New Hampshire’s state of emergency a third time, through June 5, 2020. Since first pronouncing a state of emergency nearly two months ago, the governor has issued 40 decrees that profoundly affected virtually every aspect of life in New Hampshire.   Retail stores, manufacturing, hotels and tourism, recreation, religious institutions, education, retail establishments,...