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Water world
A look at the Merrimack River

By Jeff Mucciarone

There was a time when the Merrimack River was basically an open sewer.

And several times per year in Manchester and Nashua, it still is.

ARTS: Academic
College galleries open shows for both learning and buying

By Heidi Masek

Tracing footsteps
With a Fulbright grant, Heddi Vaughan Siebel began retracing the Arctic path of her grandfather, Dr. John Colin Vaughan, in 1998. Vaughan was an assistant surgeon on the 1903 Ziegler Polar Expedition.

LONGSHOTS: The all-decade choices — Part II
by Dave Long 

As promised, here’s the second installment of the more exotic greatest this and greatest that of the decade that just concluded along with a few selected awards. And remember these are the greatest to me — not necessarily the greatest to everyone else.

FOOD: Warm your tummy and your soul
Potter’s Bowl offers soup for a cause

By Linda A. Thompson-Odum

Warm your soul with a bowl of soup for a good cause — and keep the hand-crafted bowl afterward

PEOPLE: The Realtor
A view from inside the housing market

While the housing market nationally took its share of hits during the last year or so, the sales numbers from the last six months in New Hampshire appear to signal a bit of a rebound. Monika McGillicuddy, newly minted president of the New Hampshire Association of Realtors, said more sales are happening and inventory is moving more quickly. The Hampstead resident, who works for Pru/Verani Realty, said prospective buyers should be sure to check with realtors who have a real “pulse of the market in the area.”

January 21, 2010

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Camp Directory
It's summer camp time!
Updated April. 9th

Best of 2009