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The view from Bow Street in Franklin shows the entire job site. The coffer dam will now need the sandbags, airbags and waterproofing. The goal is to work inside of the coffer dam to build the first surfing feature of the whitewater park. GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff   By THEODORE TAUCHER Monitor staffPublished: 9/22/2021 5:40:49 PM Parting the waters of the Winnipesaukee River to create a new standing wave in Franklin’s emerging white water park is no easy feat.Cranes have been driving metal plates into the river bed this week to temporarily divert the flow of the water in...

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Two NH businesses help electric skateboard pick up momentum

Union Leader | J. Koziol FRANKLIN - While developed in California, the Onewheel, a self-balancing electric skateboard that some see as...

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Where To Hike, Bike & Raft In A Day In New Hampshire

If you drive 90 minutes north of Boston, you’ll reach an area that includes three traditional New England towns – Andover, Franklin and...

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“Original river rat” Andy Nadeau stands for a portrait outside the old Sulloway Mills buildings, where both his parents manufactured hosiery in the first half of the 20th century. Nadeau, who is 85, remembers a time when Franklin was vibrant and affluent thanks to its industry along the rivers. Elodie Reed / Monitor staff   A brick lies on the bottom of the Winnipesaukee River, a remnant of the six paper and pulp mills that used to be on the waterway. When the mills were active, sewage and industrial waste were dumped into the river. Elodie Reed / Monitor staff...

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The winners are seen at the Manchester Country Club event. (MELISSA PROULX/Union Leader Correspondent) Union Leader | Melissa Proulx | May 2, 2017 BEDFORD — A cofounder of a local business working to provide advancements in the medical field earned the designation of Small Business Person of the Year at this year’s Small Business Week award ceremony.The 27 employees at Celdara Medical, LLC’s three locations — Lebanon; New York, N.Y.; and Washington, D.C. — worked with 200 academic institutions to review prior academic research to see if a new medication can be brought to clinical trial.“Our business is medicine,” said...

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