Shifting our mindset as we think about planning to age in place
July, 22nd, 2015
In December of 2014, we blogged about the Tri-State Conference on Aging,  which we had attended.  Since then, we have been invited to be part of an emerging coalition of diverse people and organizations  that is taking a collaborative approach to address aging in New Hampshire – an effort of the Center on Aging and Community Living (CACAL) at UNH and the NH Endowment for Health.   Robin LeBlanc, Executive D[...] More »
North Branch Purchases Tax Credits for CATCH Neighborhood Housing
July, 22nd, 2015
(Concord, NH)  Earlier this year, North Branch Construction, Inc. completed the construction of Bow Highlands Phase II in Bow, NH. Bow Highlands Phase II, owned by CATCH Neighborhood Housing, provides sixteen units of workforce housing. North Branch is also pleased to contribute a $19,900 donation to CATCH through the Community Development Investment Program. This program is designed as a fundraising tool for nonprofit community development organizations, coopera[...] More »
Getting There has first screening in June
July, 22nd, 2015
  Getting There,  a film by Matt Frost and produced by the NH Planners Association, was shown in June to about 100 invited guests at the Red River Theatre in Concord.  The film is a documentary about what it’s like to get around in our communities while being visually impaired.  Nashua’s own Randy Pierce, who went blind at 40 and just completed the Boston Marathon earlier this year, was a featured guest.   Plan NH provided a portion of the fundin[...] More »
2015 Plan NH Scholarship and Fellowship recipients awarded over $30K
July, 22nd, 2015
On Thursday, June 11, in partnership with the NH Charitable Foundation, Plan NH announced and honored this year's recipients of Scholarship or Fellowship Awards, the aggregate value of which exceeded $30,000. Students must call New Hampshire home and may be studying in an accredited program related to our mission anywhere in the world. The following are in this year's "class":
  • Meredith Borgioli of Hollis, studying Landscape Design at NHTI
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Professional Services Delivery in a Digital Age
July, 1st, 2015
July 9, 2015 6-9 p.m. at the Red Hook Brewery Click on the following for more information: Same-piscataqua.org   More »
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ECKMAN RECONSTRUCTING DOWNTOWN NASHUA PARKING GARAGE
June, 5th, 2015
Bedford, NH, June 2015 – Eckman Construction is providing design-build services for R.J. Finlay & Co. to reconstruct the existing parking structure at 30 Temple Street in Nashua. The building currently features an open-air parking deck to go along with an underground garage structure [...] More »
North Branch Construction Announces Treasurer’s Retirement
June, 5th, 2015
(Concord, NH) After thirty-nine years with North Branch Construction, the company’s Treasurer Robert Terry has retired. Terry joined North Branch in 1976 and is the second longest serving employee in the company’s history. In addition to overseeing the entire financial operations of North Branch Construction, Terry joined the Board of Directors for the ABC New Hampshire Group Workers’ Compensation Construction Benefits Services Self-Insured Trust in 2004. Throughout[...] More »
NH Chapter USGBC June Green Eggs
June, 5th, 2015
Wednesday, June 10, 2015 7:30 to 9:00 am Hollis Montessori School   "Visit the United States' first Passive House Certified school - the Hollis Montessori School.  Learn about the very high performing building envelope melded with superbly energy efficient systems all leading to a beautiful and healthy learning environment.  We'll hear from the staff what it's like to inhabit the space and from the architect about what it took to achieve the certifi[...] More »
Arthur T. Demoulas named Plan NH’s first Villager of the Year
February, 16th, 2015

At the Midwinter Gathering held on January 29 at Three Chimneys Inn in Durham, Plan NH announced that its first Villager of the Year Award was for Arthur T. Demoulas, who gained national recognition in Summer 2014 as the twenty-year b[...] More »

Arthur T. Demoulas named Plan NH’s first Villager of the Year
February, 16th, 2015
At the Midwinter Gathering held on January 29 at Three Chimneys Inn in Durham, Plan NH announced that its first Villager of the Year Award was for Arthur T. Demoulas, who gained national recognition in Summer 2014 as the twenty-year battle for leadership at Demoulas Market Basket Supermarkets came to a head. “There are shifts in thinking going on across the Granite State and the country,“ said Robin H. LeBlanc, Executive Director of Plan NH.  “One that w[...] More »