The Messenger – Dec. 7, 2012

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Download The Messenger - Dec. 7, 2012 (pdf)High speed internet service proposed for New London

Carole Monroe of NH Fast Roads recently met with the New London Selectmen seeking permission to install the company’s equipment in a town hall closet. Installed at no cost to the town, the connection would provide…

Two unsafe Francestown bridges closed

The Town of Francestown was notified that the state recommends the closure of the bridges on Second New Hampshire Turnpike South over South Branch Piscataquog River and Woodward Hill Road over Brennan Brook due to serious…

Hillsborough Pride’s Olde Fashioned Christmas – a full day of fun

A dusting of snow added to the festive spirit as Hillsborough celebrated Olde Fashioned Christmas on Saturday, coordinated by Hillsborough Pride. Revelers started the day well fed at The Mason’s All You Can Eat Breakfast, with the proceeds going to fund…

Teacher sacrifices his mustache for Make-A-Wish

The H-D chapter of DECA raised over $500 for the Make-A-Wish foundation by collecting donations for veteran English teacher Brian Walsh to shave off his 34-year-old mustache. Dakota Sousa led this campaign by…

Colby-Sawyer installs solar photovoltaic arrays on four campus buildings

Colby-Sawyer College has partnered with Exeter, N.H.-based ReVision Energy to build one of the largest solar photovoltaic arrays in New Hampshire. A solar photovoltaic array is composed of a series of panels that use the sun’s abundant energy to create…

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