A growing Windham company that makes treats allergy sufferers can is branching out in Canada with some state help promoting exports.
The $500 grant may seem small, but the founder and owner of HomeFree expects it could make a big difference in the bottom line. “We used it to help pay to do a trade show in Canada,” Jill Robbins said.
How would you like $500 to help export your company's agricultural products? The federal grant could go toward a plane ticket, a phone bill, overseas advertising or translation services.
And it’s for any agricultural products -- not just food. That could includes items like cosmetics or similar products that are agriculturally based.
MaryAnn’s Diner, the Derry landmark where presidential candidates chase votes, is branching out to Windham.
Business founder and patriarch Bill Andreoli confirmed yesterday his son, Bill Andreoli Jr., and his daughter-in-law Duyen, plan to lease the former Chatterbox Cafe location in the Cobbetts Pond Plaza and open as soon as August.
The Town of Windham Community Development Department is launching its first Adopt-A-Spot Program. The intent of this program is to provide businesses, volunteer groups, not-for-profits and residents, an opportunity to help improve designated areas of Town that could benefit from some love, care and attention. This will be accomplished by removing litter and adding some new colorful flowers to the sites, thus improving appearance of these areas in Town. Participants will be responsible for maintaining their spots through the month of September. So far, 35 sites have been identified for the 2013 season and are waiting adoption.
Those who are interested in participating in the Adopt-A-Spot program must sign-up by Saturday, June 1, 2013 to adopt your spot. The information to adopt a sport can be found on the Town of Windham’s website at www.windhamnewhampshire.com under “What’s New”, at the Community Development Department (3 North Lowell Road) or by contacting Lisa Ferrisi at firstname.lastname@example.org. Participation in the Program is FREE!
Six years ago, Windham resident Karen Plant began crafting cakes and baking sweet treats as a hobby.
After living in town for two decades, she now has a storefront to show off and sell her creations to neighbors, friends and family alike.
Soleil Salon & Spa will be hosting a Spa Open House on April 26, 2013. Guest will have the opportunity to meet our talented Spa staff and sample or new diverse Aveda skin and body care line designed to meet one’s individual needs. Our Spa staff will be providing complementary mini spa services including professional make-up applications. Raffle prizes available!
If you are a regular guest or new to our salon, please join us for a night of pampering complete with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.
In the heart of Windham's Interstate 93 corridor, just on the fringe of the vacated Applewood Golf Links property, a barn-like building calls out to the hundreds of drivers that pass by each day on Range Road.
But the 1,500-square-foot space upstairs, which used to house a golf pro shop, will no longer remain empty. A local photographer has officially opened the doors to a spacious, modern studio.
Denise Survilas had a recent family health crisis. Her son Mike, upset, called her from Woodbury School in Salem to tell her he had to get a physical right away so he could try out for the baseball team.
Within the hour, Survilas, her son and his brother Anthony were at ConvenientMD, a new urgent care center that opened last December in Windham.
The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 2013 recipients of the Chamber’s Business Pillar Awards. The four local honorees include Canobie Lake Park, Daisy Cleaners, Food for the Hungry, and ConvenientMD, in the respective categories of Large Business, Small Business, Non-Profit and New Business. The Business Pillar Awards recognize and honor businesses for their outstanding achievements in their industry and significant contributions to the community at large.
The winners will be honored at the Fifth Annual Economic Development Breakfast on Thursday, April 18 from 7:30 to 10:00 AM at Castleton Banquet and Conference Center, Route 111, Windham, NH. The Platinum Sponsor for the event is Pentucket Bank.
There has been plenty of business turnover in the Cobbett's Pond Plaza in recent years, and another new establishment has announced that it will soon open its door.
Synfully Sweet Treats, which is located in the space formerly occupied by Sophisticakes, announced on their Facebook page Tuesday that all inspections have been passed, test baking is underway and doors will be open on Saturday at 11 a.m.