The Big Story – Super Bowl: If I make it to Sunday I will have seen all 57 of them. Regarding this one, not exactly sure what to make of the Eagles-Chiefs match-up. But I do know a lot will be made about their being Andy Reid’s last two Continue reading “The week that was”
Quality of Life 23/02/09
Brrr, cold, part 1
The bitter cold temperatures last weekend posed challenges for firefighters across the state. WMUR reported that a fire truck used to respond to a fire at a building on Liberty Street in Manchester became stuck when the water that was dispensed to put out the fire Continue reading “Quality of Life 23/02/09”
A new commissioner joins the DOT
Meet the New Hampshire Department of Transportation’s new commissioner, William Cass.
What is your background in transportation?
I graduated from UNH with a degree in civil engineering, and I started right out of UNH working for the New Hampshire Department of Transportation. I’ve worked Continue reading “Get going”
News & Notes 23/02/09
The Manchester Historic Association has selected five honorees for its 31st Annual Historic Preservation Awards. According to a press release, the awards recognize and support the efforts of individuals, businesses and organizations that have made significant contributions to the preservation of buildings, neighborhoods, traditions and other historic resources Continue reading “News & Notes 23/02/09”