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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
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High Schools Science Program Scheduled in Hanover New Hampshire, folks here is a mighty fine program event to attend, in order to show your support to some mighty hard working Students of two area High Schools. On Wednesday the 23rd of January of this here New Year of 2013 the Twin State Mercury Project program is being held. Science Students from Stevens High School in Claremont, New Hampshire and Woodstock Union High School in Woodstock, Vermont will be sharing the results of their research on Mercury in the Watersheds of both New Hampshire and Vermont.  High School Science Program Scheduled in Hanover New Hampshire, the program is being held at the Top of the Hop located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire and is scheduled to begin at 7:00 P.M. Folks the keynote seaker for...
By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
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Grafton County New Hampshire Home Buyer Tax Credit only 13 days left, don't be one of the home buyers that lets the opportunity of a lifetime get away from you and your family!!!First Time Home Buyer and Move up Home Buyer, you need to have a contract on your dream home by the 30th of April 2010. In order for you and your family to receive up to $6,500.00, and if you are a First Time Home Buyer you can receive up to a $8,000.00 tax credit from Uncle Sam!!!Grafton County New Hampshire Home Buyer Tax Credit only 13 days left, that is for sure some real money for you to keep in yours and your family's pocket!!!There are a lot of homes out there to pick from on the market right now, the interest rates are still low on home mortgages. First Time Buyer and Move up Home Buyer, don't let this m...
By Amy Margolis
(Lebanon Property Management, Inc)
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The Upper Valley has so much to offer because it embraces two states, one large river, and an abundance of great food, culture, adventure, history, and the beauty of our region.  The following are some of my family's favorites outings:   ARTS & CULTURE: Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich, VT - A hands-ON science museum for all ages!  Nature trails with native plants grace the expansive property & fun exhibits that change all the time are sure to please - and teach.  Open year-round!  http://www.montshire.org/ Hood Museum of Art, Hanover NH - Once the kids are all tuckered out you can head on over to the Hood and also enjoy the beautiful Dartmouth College campus - or even better the Hood offers a great "date night" for you and your spouse or loved one!  Sundays are family days at the H...
By Amy Margolis
(Lebanon Property Management, Inc)
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FIRST THING'S FIRST: For those of you that are unfamiliar with the acronym "NNN" it refers to the term Triple Net which is a Common Area Maintenance (CAM) charge for commercial properties.  This is an additional cost to Base Rent and includes pro-rata shares for expenses of the property such as real estate taxes, insurance, grounds maintenance, rubbish removal, common electricity, etc.   NNN RATES ON THE RISE IN THE UPPER VALLEY:  As having now completed our CAM reconciliations for 2008, it is clear that the cost of living is on the rise in the Upper Valley.  I will provide an overview of the actual increases as well as explain what we are doing as owners and managers to keep these costs down. Lebanon and Hanover have both seen dramatic increases in the cost of living, primarily in real...
By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
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                              Knowledge is Youe Power For The Freedom of a Worry- Free Home! Hanover, New Hampshier -  Houses, Townhouses and Apartments details The mean prices in 2007. All housing; $550,087, Detached houses; $595,228, Townhouses and other attached units; $600,597, Two-unit structures; $1,116,134, Three to four-unit structures; $447,375, Five or more unit structures; $380,304.   Folk's that live in Hanover White Non-Hispanic 83.6% Hispanic 3.2% Black 2.3% American Indian 1.2% Chinese 3.3% Japanese 0.6% Folk's ancestries English 20.9% German 15.7% Irish 15.0% Italian 6.9% Polish 5.2% Scottish 4.3%       Hanover, New Hampshire was incorporated in 1761   Hanover's Home Sales from 2003 to now.   How are things go-en in your area?   I hope you and your family always have a ...
By Sam Westelman, Dartmouth & Hanover Experts
(Coldwell Banker Redpath & Co.)
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Coming off the most beautiful time of the year - majestic days of long shadows and inspiring foliage, the 4 weeks from mid November until mid December can be a bit of a letdown!  Gray skies replace the blue and those beautiful leaves sit in soggy drifts.  Terrible, right?  Depressing, right?  Not really!  The snow will be here soon enough and weekends will be packed with skating, skiing, sledding and great nights spent indoor with close friends and hot cocktails.   This is the time to slow down, enjoy the peace and take care of the 10,000 little things that slipped down your priority list over the summer. This week I'll call the plumber that I was supposed to call 6 weeks ago, change the insurance coverage that should have been done in February and devote an extra hour or two t getting ...
By Sam Westelman, Dartmouth & Hanover Experts
(Coldwell Banker Redpath & Co.)
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Bravo Frances Richmond School Faculty & Staff !!! body { background-color: #B0C4DE; font-family: sans-serif; } Hanover Schools keep delivering Recently our daughter made the transition from elementary school (Bernice Ray School) to middle school (Frances Richmond School). It was a potentially scary time for her because she can be daunted by interactions with older kids, especially if any part of it involves the need to be "cool" or "popular". It was also potentially scary for us as parents because the gap in social development between a brand new 6th grader and a returning 8th grader can be enormous. Were we (and 120 of our closest friends) throwing our minnows into the pond with the big game fish? Fortunately neither she nor we needed to worry. It isn't by chance or good fortune thoug...
By Sam Westelman, Dartmouth & Hanover Experts
(Coldwell Banker Redpath & Co.)
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Hanover NH Schools Part 1: Bernice Ray School body { background-color: #B0C4DE; font-family: sans-serif; } Why the Ray School has worked so well for us We made the choice to move to the Hanover / Dartmouth area based on one guiding principle - find a community where our children would stay in one school system the whole way through. Giving a single, well-managed school system the opportunity to have your kids from an early age straight through to graduation means that the child's education has a beginning, a middle and an end with the continuity of a single philosophy. Essentially - kids are "fully minted" when they leave. Ray School Big Playspace So it was in this vain that our two kids entered the Bernice Ray Elementary School & we were not disappointed in the outcome! The first thin...
By Joan Mirantz, Realtor, GRI, CBR, SRES - Concord New Hampshire
(Homequest Real Estate)
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                                                                Shortly after the events of 9-11 a group of students from Hanover NH Middle and High School gathered around the outside flagpole to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. Several of the students Mothers asked why the pledge wasn't  said in the classroom? They were told that several of the classrooms didn't have flags....They discovered that even though State law requires that every student be given the opportunuity to say the Pledge there were many schools that were witout flags! Thus began Operation Old Glory... The women embarked on a quest to put a flag in every NH classroom. They worked in tandem with the American Legions who have a mission mandate to supply flags to those who need. After only five years they have managed to ...

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