Liberty Utilities makes case for Granite Bridge pipeline

EPPING – To help sell the public on the safety of liquefied natural gas, a Liberty Utilities expert dumped a bread pan full of the gas on the floor Wednesday, where it evaporated in a matter of seconds.The safety demonstration was part of a community forum hosted by Liberty Utilities to educate residents on the … Continue reading Liberty Utilities makes case for Granite Bridge pipeline

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Liberty Utilities to host LNG safety demo

EPPING — Liberty Utilities will host a safety demonstration of liquefied natural gas (LNG) Wednesday, July 31 with expert Erik Neandross at the Epping Middle School gymnasium.The demonstration with Neandross will take place at 6 p.m. Liberty Utilities will have LNG on hand to do some live demonstrations, like making LNG in a balloon, pouring LNG … Continue reading Liberty Utilities to host LNG safety demo

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Boy Scouts deny responsibility in sex abuse case

BRENTWOOD — Boy Scouts of America and its state governing body, Daniel Webster Council, deny responsibility for sexual abuse endured by scouts at the hands of former Newfields and Epping Scoutmaster Eugene Perreault.The response from the two organizations comes after six former scouts filed a civil lawsuit in Rockingham Superior Court against them in May. The … Continue reading Boy Scouts deny responsibility in sex abuse case

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Spirited partnerships fuel Flag Hill Winery growth

LEE – Partnerships are often a key component in the growth and success of a business. So it is with the future that Flag Hill Winery & Distillery sees for itself in the state's hospitality and tourist industry.Flag Hill (https://flaghill.com/) owner and operator Brian Furgeson and his family are partnering with Epping neighbor Ben Brown … Continue reading Spirited partnerships fuel Flag Hill Winery growth

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Epping High School announces honor roll

EPPING — Epping High School announces its honor roll for the second semester 2018-19 school year. Named to it were:Grade 9- Principal's listMelissa Daigle, Trey Finkelstein, Jade Gagnon, Zachary Hodgman, Emily Kelly, Jacob Loving, Michael Picard III, Abigail Purchas, Jacklyn Tracy, Haley Williamson and Morgan Witmer.Grade 9- HonorsSarah Brassil, Alexander Greubel, Stamatis Maschas, Patrick McTague, David … Continue reading Epping High School announces honor roll

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