There have been 1,200 riders in the five weeks that the shuttle has been running, and, even though the state charges $5 per rider, it has lost money, said the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources commissioner.
When asked how to best describe Laconia Motorcycle Week, lifelong Harley-Davidson enthusiast and repeat Motorcycle Week attendee Richard Wickham offered four simple words: “Don’t believe the forecast.”
In 2011, on its 150th anniversary, the Auto Road decided to honor the many “firsts” that have been set at or on the 7.6-mile-long climb to the clouds, and, in particular, the North Country man who set them.
The three-day conference, which started Monday, seeks to connect New Hampshire tourism destinations with companies that can help them grow and expand while attracting people from New England and beyond.
GREEN’S GRANT — On Wednesday, the annual clearing of the Mount Washington Auto Road entered its second week, with a team working in the “S Curves” more than half-way up, and poised to take on the more than 20-feet-deep drift in the Cragway.
CONCORD — With a cultural site about to begin a new chapter as the Bank of New Hampshire Stage, author Paul Brogan will give people a glimpse into “The Concord Theatre — Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.”
Civic leaders are cheering Gov. Chris Sununu for including $1.5 million in his proposed 2020/2021 budget for the creation of a whitewater park, the first of its kind in New England, on the Winnipesaukee River in downtown Franklin.
PORTSMOUTH — Families can hear from crew members of the USS Albacore research submarine, participate in hands-on activities sponsored by Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and meet local authors who have written books about undersea craft this season at Albacore Park Museum.