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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Groundbreaking new technology helps those with hearing loss who aren’t satisfied with hearing aids

If you’ve been living with hearing loss for a long time, it can be hard to believe there is anything new out there that can help – even if you’ve tried the most advanced hearing aids. You may have found that hearing aids can only help make some sounds louder but you can’t hear other sounds at all, especially in noisy situati...

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Add your health to your spring cleaning to-do list

Spring is a season for dusting, washing and polishing the home, cleaning up the yard of any winter debris and even cleaning the storage on the computer or laptop. Spring also should be a time to clean up your health – adding small habits to your lifestyle that can result in big changes to your well-being. From making simple changes to your or...

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Great-looking, flavorful veggies are also good for your eyes

After a long, cold winter, it’s time to celebrate the start of summer with outdoor picnics, activities with friends and family, and by enjoying fresh, seasonal foods. As you put together your menu for your upcoming summer celebrations, you may not realize just how many foods in some of your favorite recipes contain ingredients that benefit th...

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Three bad-mouthed building materials you won’t believe are really eco-friendly

More homeowners are keeping Mother Nature in mind when undertaking a renovation, addition or new construction. They’re seeking building practices and materials that are energy-efficient and environmentally friendly. If you’re among these groups, you may choose to avoid construction materials you’ve come to think of as “not g...

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Eight ways to get the most out of your trip to the farmers market

This time of year is about warm weather, vacations and relaxing afternoons. It also heralds the return of farmers markets. A trip to the market is a great opportunity to indulge in fresh healthy produce and to expand your horizons by trying new items or preparing them in different ways. Here are eight tips to make the most of your visit to the loca...

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5 tips for fighting grime: The squeaky-clean truth about the dish pit and commercial dishwashers

Numerous pieces of equipment are required for busy restaurant kitchens to run smoothly, and one of the hardest-working machines in any kitchen is the commercial dishwasher. Critical to both restaurant flow and sanitation, this piece of restaurant equipment can make or break the dinner rush. Is your restaurant’s dishwasher up to the daily chal...

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What happens when camping and glamour collide?

You love the great outdoors, you really do but you were somehow gifted with that sweet blood mosquitoes crave. Not only that but your body simply doesn’t do well sleeping on the ground and, let’s be honest, it takes no small amount of lighter fluid and matches for you to warm your hands over an open fire. Travel inspiration website Drea...

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Thunder Road’s Harvest Equipment Night Postponed

  Thunder Road officials postponed the Harvest Equipment event, originally scheduled for Thursday, June 12, due to rain. The event has been rescheduled for Sunday, June 22 with a post time of 6pm. Just two races into the season, sophomore driver Jason Corliss continues to lead former champions Nick Sweet and Dave Pembroke by just four points i...

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Norwich University Oral History Project Seeks Participants

  After a successful inaugural year, a community oral history project at Norwich University invites more participants, including alumni, Northfield residents, university supporters and past and present employees, to share their stories. The Norwich Voices Oral History Project at the Sullivan Museum and History Center is a three-year pilot proj...

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Barre Community Ambassadors Ready to Launch

  On Saturday, June 28 the Barre Partnership and TD Bank Barre will provide a huge shot in the arm to the downtown Barre area community. The Barre Community Ambassadors volunteer outreach program will be launched on that day, providing local residents with a wide variety of opportunities to get involved in Barre’s exciting revitalization. The...

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