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N.H. News Roundup

N.H. News Roundup: A spring snowstorm post, part II; Timmins gets rave reviews

(Photo by Alexander Cohn / Monitor staff)

(Photo by Alexander Cohn / Monitor staff)

It’s the last official day of the season – and winter making it count.

Snow has been falling since early morning. Some places in the Granite State are expecting up to 14 inches, and some have already gotten more than 8 inches (That link is expected update as the day continues).

WMUR is also going to update a list of parking bans in New Hampshire, so if you’re worried about your vehicle be sure to check back.

For those hoping tomorrow would bring the sun back, think again. We’re supposed to expect snow off and on into Thursday.

At least baseball season is on the horizon.

In other news:

∎  Monitor reporter Annmarie Timmins was recently one-half of a writing team for a series called, “In Crisis,” an investigation into mental illness in the Granite State. She also wrote an essay about her own struggles with depression. Her piece has garnered attention across the region, and Boston’s NPR station called it a “Must-Read.”

∎ Sen. Kelly Ayotte visted a Nashua Hannaford to support the state Food Bank’s “Nothing” campaign.

∎ A team high school students are one of 16 across the country that received up to $10,000 in seed money from the Lemelson Foundation program at M.I.T. to create a bacteria-powered battery.

∎ Fine-tune-tune your pastel and watercolor skills with a one-day workshop with artist Bruce McColl at the Currier Museum Art Center in Manchester.

 Jeffrey Hayes was named as the executive director at North Country Council.

∎ Mount Sunapee is set to host FestEVOL this weekend. It's a festival that includes skiing, snowboarding and music (O.A.R. and the Pete Kilpatrick Band with John Popper from Blues Traveler).

(Have ideas for the roundup? Reach web editor Kevin Deane at 369-3302 or email him at Follow him on Twitter, @CM_KDeane.)

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