$600,000 Homes in New Hampshire, New Mexico and Tennessee

This house is on Main Street in Center Sandwich, an area in the historic town of Sandwich, about two hours north of Boston. Squam Lake, where scenes in the 1981 movie “On Golden Pond” were filmed, and where there is a beach open only to residents, abuts the town’s southwest corner. The White Mountain National Forest is directly north. Center Sandwich has one restaurant, a library, a post office, two art galleries, a Shaker chair workshop and a kindergarten-through-sixth-grade school, and this house is a quick walk from all of them. It backs onto Quimby Field, a preserved green space with sports areas.

Size: 2,810 square feet

Price per square foot: $196

Indoors: The house, which has apparently been expanded over the generations, is a cluster of volumes with gabled

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NHS Fraud and Hampshire police investigate money theft at Portsmouth NHS contractor

Portsmouth Primary Care Alliance (PPCA) reported the loss to Hampshire police and the NHS Counter Fraud Authority after the theft was reported on September 28.

A 44-year-old man from Portsmouth attended a police station voluntarily and gave an interview under caution.

Police could not confirm how much money was transferred but the PPCA told The News that the investigation won’t affect services for patients.

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Picture of doctor posed by model.
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A statement from the PPCA said: ‘We have reported to the police and the NHS Counter Fraud Authority after discovering money missing from the PPCA account. As an investigation is on-going we’re not able to comment further.

‘This investigation won’t impact on our ability to deliver services. We remain able

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HUD awards $12.3m to address lead remediation in New Hampshire

Funds will be used to address hazards in over 500 housing units

Caution Lead Hazard WarningThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $12.3 million in grants to the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, the city of Nashua and Sullivan County, all aimed at remediating lead hazards in housing stock in the Granite State.

The funding is part of a total of $165 million awarded to 44 state and local governments in 23 states.

The New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority was awarded $4,275,542 in Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction grant program funds and another $700,000 in Healthy Homes funding. The funds will be used to address lead hazards in 226 housing units, HUD said.

Nashua was awarded $5 million in Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction grant program funding and $700,000 in Healthy Homes funding as well. The city will use the money to address lead hazards in 250 housing

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