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The Travelers Institute will host a complimentary seminar Friday at the Governor's Inn Rochester to help answer common questions about buying, financing and insuring a home. Attendees will hear from insurance, financial services, and real estate professionals on ways to help avoid common mistakes when buying insurance and protecting their assets. Comment?
The Dover Chamber was pleased to celebrate Kelley's Row Restaurant & Pub reopening at the former Sumner's Country restaurant on Route 108 in Somersworth. Reopening the first week of March was significant to owner and chef Brian Kelley and his family. Comment?
Brian Gottlob, principal at PolCon Research, said on Tuesday morning that average weekly wages have increased in Dover over the course of the past 14 years, but overall, the state is not booming the way it was before 1990. The average weekly wage in Dover was approximately $650 a week in 2001. Comment?
The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a special presentation on the economy March 10. Brian Gottlob, principal at PolCon Research, will be talking about how Dover is performing compared to other economies in New Hampshire. Gottlob specializes in identifying emerging economic, demographic, fiscal and labor market trends. Comment?
Courtesy photo From left front: Chamber Board members Louise Flood of Tri-City Christian Academy; Kathy Guptill of Hampshire Pewter; and Joy Dunphy of Dover Day's Inn; Matt Fournier of Kelley's Row; restaurant owner Kate Kelley and her daughter Emma; Board member Christine Soutter, Somersworth Economic Development Manager; City Manager Bob Belmore; and Chamber Treasurer Rob Boulanger of Edward Jones. And from left, back: Kelley's Row employees Kristen Laduke; Brigitte Burke; and Matt Fournier; Chamber Executive Director Jennifer Soldati; Board member Dean Hugo of Home Depot; and Somersworth Mayor Dana Hilliard. Comment?
Director James Harmon, third from left, listens as Lucan Lanigan, second from left, offers a suggestion for the upcoming 2015 Sanford International Film Festival during a committee meeting at the local Chamber of Commerce on Dec. 4. With them are Lorisa Ricketts, left, of the Sanford Regional Economic Growth Council, Chamber President Rick Stanley, and Mayor Tom Cote. The festival, which had a successful debut earlier this year, will return in the late spring. Comment?
Last week I wrote about our "18-wheeler" of the 17th,18th and 19th centuries: the gundalow. If by some chance you did not see the excellent article by Casey Conley in Foster's last Thursday, let me advise you, the donated gundalow is now "ours" and has been placed at the end of River Street where it will spend the winter. Comment?
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