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The kitty cats at the Pope Memorial SPCA must feel like they moved from the outhouse to the penthouse with their new living quarters, which include multiple shelves for sleeping and eating, as well as a special secret compartment where they can do their business in private. 0

May 27, 2014
A sight to behold

Association for the Blind is there for anyone dealing with vision loss

Amy Nichols first noticed something was different when she would read. The text had a waviness, and it was something she had never experienced before. So she went to the eye doctor and was soon diagnosed with Punctate Inner Choroidopathy, a rare disease that attacks the retina, leaving permanent holes. Nichols was… 0

May 27, 2014
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The New Hampshire Association For The Blind is housed in a former parochial school on Walker Street. 0

May 27, 2014
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Denise Caruso illuminates an eye chart used when first meeting with clients. Charts are often stationed only 10 feet away from clients, rather than the customary 20 feet. 0

May 27, 2014
N.H. Small business award winner of the week

Licata talks turkeys, the outdoors and grabbing a quick snack

Name: Chris LicataOccupation: President of Blake’s All Natural Foods What does it mean to be named N.H. Small Business Person of the Year?I’m honored and humbled. New Hampshire’s a state that is overwhelmed in a very positive way by small businesses and I can’t really even put into words… 0

May 27, 2014
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Chris Licata was recently named N.H. Small Business Person of the Year and that’s even after the failed chicken and waffle meal idea. 0

May 27, 2014
Say cheese

ConcordTV gets in on the selfie craze

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May 27, 2014

Tim dons the blindfold to experience a taste of life without vision

We’ve all closed our eyes for a moment or two wondering what it would be like if our vision was gone. And no matter what we attempt to do in that brief amount of time – whether it’s tying your shoe, changing the station on your television or trying to punch in the right amount of time on your microwave – we… 0

May 27, 2014
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Tim gets a feel for walking down stairs without the benefit of sight. Thanks to some training from the New Hampshire Association For The Blind, he made it safely – and he didn’t even peek. 0

May 27, 2014
For the birds

Loon photo exhibit gives sneak peek into life on the pond

Brian Reilly has spent countless hours in his kayak on New Hampshire ponds photographing and observing the common loon. A retired physician from Keene, Reilly has captured many moments in the common loon’s life, from birth to flight and everything in the middle. Now it’s your chance to see exactly what Reilly has… 0

May 27, 2014