Archive for May 2017

WMCC names interim president

By JOHN KOZIOL Union Leader Correspondent BERLIN — Not long after being named one of the New Hampshire Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty, Charles R. Lloyd has another entry to put on his impressive resume: interim president of White Mountains Community College. Lloyd, who has a doctorate in higher education administration from Northeastern University, succeeds…

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MCC retiree Ed Ely

Congratulations to recent retiree Professor Ed Ely from Manchester Community College! (Ed Ely with faculty President Dan Larochelle)

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NHHEU Bargaining update

Welcome to the New Hampshire Higher Education Union The officers and staff of IBEW Local 2320 warmly welcome all new members of the New Hampshire Higher Education Union (NHHEU). We’re honored to represent you, and we look forward to working with you to support your goals. Although your spring semester is coming to a close,…

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Consolidated FairPoint Roadmap: 15 Mbps Capable Connections Will Be Upgraded First

5/10/17 at 8:04 AM by Joan Engebretson Consolidated Communications hopes to complete its acquisition of FairPoint in mid-summer, said Consolidated CEO Bob Udell yesterday. When that occurs, a Consolidated FairPoint roadmap will prioritize upgrading broadband lines currently capable of supporting speeds of 15 Mbps to support 20-100 Mbps, Udell told attendees at a financial conference.…

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LRCC PRESIDENT TO STEP DOWN MAY 18

  LACONIA — Scott Kalicki, who has served as president of Lakes Region Community College since 2011, announced this week that he will step down at the end of this academic year. “I thank the Chancellor and the CCSNH Board of Trustees for providing me the opportunity to serve, and I thank the members of…

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FairPoint Communications Reports 2017 First Quarter Results

http://www.nasdaq.com/press-release/fairpoint-communications-reports-2017-first-quarter-results-20170504-00292 By GlobeNewswire,  May 04, 2017, 06:00:00 AM EDT Ethernet revenue was 12.1% of total revenue in the quarter as circuits increased 7.8% year-over-year Revenue of $201.9 million for the quarter Net loss of $23.9 million for the quarter Adjusted EBITDA1 of $63.4 million for the quarter Net cash provided by operating activities of $28.2…

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Legacy of Seabrook nuclear protest debated

https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2017/04/28/forty-years-later-nuclear-power-opponents-mull-results-their-fight/fsBR6Hokv8Pfs8yTvvJuIL/story.html AP PHOTO A small group of anti-nuclear powers demonstrators gathered in Seabrook, N.H., on April 30, 1977. By David Abel GLOBE STAFF  APRIL 28, 2017 Forty years ago, Renny Cushing led hundreds of protesters through the front gates of perhaps the nation’s most controversial construction site, sprawled across a stretch of marshland along the…

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