The New Hampshire District Office is hosting virtual event on Friday, Nov. 19th at 10am to promote the upcoming Small Business Saturday initiative.
Join us Friday and learn how to encourage your customers to shop and dine local this year.
By Eileen O'Grady, Monitor Staff
When John Stark Regional High School food service director Morgan Trahan places orders on Tuesdays and Fridays, she has come to expect that many products just won’t be available.
In fact, the inconsistency of available items, especially paper goods and chicken products, has led Trahan to start ordering two weeks in advance to make sure the school has what it needs for the menu.
By Angeljean Chiaramida, Seacoastonline.com
As liquor stores from Texas to New York face shortages on their shelves, the New Hampshire Liquor Commission is saying its policies put the Granite State in better stead to weather the coming holiday demand in light of supply chain holdups.
“New Hampshire is more fortunate than other states because of the Liquor Commission’s ordering practices, our inventory requirements and the capacity we have in our million-plus-case warehouse in Bow,” said New Hampshire Liquor Commission spokesman E.J. Powers. “All that being said, supply chain issues are very real and will impact every liquor retailer throughout the country at some point, especially during the busy holiday season.”
CONWAY — Red Jacket Mountain View in North Conway was sold Monday by the Davenport Companies of South Yarmouth, Mass., to affiliates of the New York-based company EOS Investors LLC along with five other Red Jacket properties on Cape Cod.
Although the sale price or terms of the sale between the two private companies was not divulged, real estate insiders put the price for the entire six-property package at well over $100 million.
By Tom Eastman, Conway Daily News
CONWAY — A landmark in Jackson — The Wentworth: A Country Inn of 1 Carter Notch Road — was sold Oct. 18.
Based on the transfer tax, the selling price of the land and building works out to be $9.5 million, which means that the final sales price would have been greater than that to also include other items such as furniture, fixtures and other items.
According to commercial real estate website LoopNet.com, the property’s land assessment value is $891,000 and its improvements assessment is $5,838,100, giving it a total assessment of $6,730,100.