When you’re planning a trip outside of the Upper Valley, do you assume you’ll have to drive a long distance, or drive a long way to get to an airport that will get you where you want to go? It’s natural enough that you might think that.
There’s never a good time to be sick, to be waiting in an emergency room, or preparing for an operation. But if you are going to need the attention of a primary care doctor, someone to mend a broken arm, or the services of a surgeon, the Upper Valley is not a bad place to be.
In the event of a medical emergency or a fire, everyone knows who to call. Punch 9-1-1 into your phone, and you know help will be on the way soon. But what if the help you need isn’t the result of a medical issue or a house fire?
Moving is tough. There are a million and one details to attend to and not enough hours in the day to get to them all. But here’s a little help—a quick and easy reference to Hanover, New Hampshire. We can’t run the errands for you, but we can at least point you in the right direction!
Photo credit: Ken Gallager
Mascoma Savings Bank is pleased to announce the addition of four new people to the bank's list of Corporators.
It’s been a long winter, and all around Vermont and New Hampshire, people are eagerly turning their minds to the outside. And it’s not just flowers they’ll be planting—lots of people are planning their vegetable gardens to make use of our USDA Hardiness Zone 5 growing season, which tends to be pretty short!
Cold weather is coming and that means it’s time to think about cutting down on energy costs for the winter.
Rolling hills, old-growth forests, sweeping vistas—what else might you expect at your house in the country?
Here in northern New England, we don't have to worry too much about earthquakes and tornadoes, but ice storms, snow storms, and floods are all possible weather events to be prepared for.