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 Ward

Business people

Sunday, March 30, 2014

JOHN WARD, an attorney with the Patch & FitzGerald Law Firm, was elected vice president of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Law Section for the 2014-15 term. GARY LONG, president of the New Hampshire Renewable Energy Policy Development for Northeast Utilities, has stepped into the position of board chairman of Granite United Way. Long served as the president and chief operating officer at Public Service of New Hampshire from July 1, 2000, to Aug. 1, 2013. JULIE GREENWOOD has been re-elected to a second term as treasurer of the Pope Memorial SPCA of Concord-Merrimack County. Greenwood has served on the board of directors … 0

Derryfield School honor roll

Friday, March 28, 2014

The following area students were named to the winter honor roll at Derryfield School in Manchester: BOW Mason Brummett, grade 11, earned high honors. Samantha Fogel, grade 11, earned high honors. Emma Garfield, grade 11, earned high honors. Haley Cohen, grade 11, earned honors. Gabrielle Brummett, grade 9, earned highest honors. Richard Eng, grade 9, earned highest honors. Benjamin Garfield, grade 9, earned … 0

Letter: A reasonable plan to improve the roads

Sunday, March 23, 2014

A few weeks ago I attended a transportation summit hosted by state Sen. Andrew Hosmer that featured a diverse panel of regional and local community leaders like Jerry Gappens of the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Greg Goddard of Gunstock Mountain, state Transportation Commissioner Chris Clement and Rusty McLear of Mills Falls. This panel and the 50 attendees all agreed on one thing, and … 0

Letter: Uplifting interview

Friday, October 25, 2013

Re “Local couple hosts Fresh Air Fund child” (Monitor Hometown page, Oct. 21): I was truly uplifted by the interview with Michelle Myler about her family’s experiences concerning their Fresh Air Fund hosting of Marcus Walter from the Bronx. It not only made me feel the warmth of … 0

Letter: State must support FRM scandal victims

Sunday, October 6, 2013

The New Hampshire House must support Senate Bill 180 for the victims of the state’s multiple failures to enforce the law regarding FRM. The New Hampshire Banking Department made mistake after mistake after mistake after mistake for nine consecutive years in six audits documenting 70 state and federal … 2

Business people

Sunday, September 29, 2013

EMILY COLLINSON, paralegal with Martin, Lord & Osman in Laconia, was chosen as Paralegal of the Year by the Paralegal Association of New Hampshire. The association is a statewide, nonprofit professional organization comprised of more than 100 paralegals, … 0

Letter: The other 9-11

Monday, September 23, 2013

This Sept. 11 was also the 40th anniversary of what has been called “The Other 9-11,” another act of terror that began on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1973, in Chile. I just returned from my sixth long-term visit to that beautiful South American country. I have promised my friends … 0

Business people

Sunday, August 25, 2013

GARY RICHARDSON was named the Best Lawyers’ 2014 Concord Personal Injury Litigation-Plaintiffs Lawyer of the Year. Richardson is an attorney with Upton & Hatfield in Concord. GREG LEGIEr of Hillsboro joined Lake Sunapee Bank as vice president, commercial … 0

Business notes

Sunday, August 25, 2013

THE TECHOUT COMPETITION, organized by the New Hampshire High Tech Council and the abi Innovation Hub, is open to any startups that have been in business for fewer than three years, raised less than $250,000 in funding and … 0

Announcements

Saturday, August 17, 2013

CONCORD Mentors wanted The Circle Program is looking for mentors. This program pairs girls with women volunteer mentors from their community. They meet at least twice a month during the school year to help the girls find opportunities to develop new skills, explore new interests, give back to … 0

1 dead, 4 injured in Gilford crash

Thursday, August 8, 2013

One person is dead and four others are injured after a three-vehicle crash in Gilford. The victims’ names have not been made public. The police said two cars and a sport utility vehicle were involved in the crash on Route 11 about noon yesterday. WMUR reported that the … 0

Business people for Aug. 5

Sunday, August 4, 2013

DANIEL CREAN of Pembroke, attorney, wrote two chapters of the American Bar Association’s new treatise “Town and Gown: Legal Strategies for Effective Collaboration.” The first of these chapters examines legal and practical issues involved in the use of … 0

Crumbling Kimball Castle may be demolished; supporters hope for its restoration

Friday, July 26, 2013

Kimball Castle in Gilford may not have a fairy-tale ending worthy of its once-majestic walls. Town officials deemed the castle on Lake Winnipesaukee unsafe in April and presented the owners with the option to either demolish it or … 3