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New $60M 144-bed behavioral health hospital in the works

This $60 million investment in the community will significantly increase access to specialty behavioral healthcare, as the new hospital will have 144 beds and a full array of inpatient behavioral health programs and will be carefully designed, creating a therapeutic and welcoming environment for patients, staff and clinicians.

New Hampshire tests delivery pilot from Walgreens – 1-Hour Guarantee

Walgreens is excited to bring customers in Greater Manchester a new service offering that doubles down on the retailer’s commitment to providing customers convenience. Now through June 30, Walgreens is testing a “1-Hour Guarantee, Or It’s Free,” same-day delivery promise across New Hampshire.

Bank of America expands down payment assistance in New Hampshire

As part of its $15 billion Community Homeownership Commitment®, Bank of America has expanded its Down Payment Grant program to prospective New Hampshire homebuyers in Rockingham and Strafford Counties to help more people prepare for homeownership now and in the future.

Brent Kiley and Bob Bonfiglio Honored As Top 1,200 Financial Advisor By Barron’s 

Brent Kiley, CFP®, ChFC®, and Bob Bonfiglio, MBA, CFP®, ChFC®, BFA™, both Private Wealth Advisors with Ameriprise Financial in Bedford, NH, have been named #1 and 2 on the list of “Barron’s Top 1,200 Financial Advisors” in NH, published by Barron’s, a publication covering business and finance. The annual Barron’s list recognizes the most outstanding financial advisors who represent the highest levels of ethical standards, professionalism, and success in the business. 

Wendy Hunt, President and CEO, Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce; Rich Lannan, President, Nashua Community Arts; Ken Sheldon, President, Bank of America New Hampshire; Mayor Jim Donchess, City of Nashua. Credit: Bank of America

Bank of America bolsters commitment to the arts with combined half-million dollar grant to Nashua Center for the Arts

“We are doubling our commitment to the City of Nashua and to supporting local arts and culture,” said Ken Sheldon, President, Bank of America New Hampshire. “Nashua holds special significance to Bank of America, which has roots in the city dating back to the 19th century, and as one of our state’s most creative communities. The arts are alive in Nashua, and Bank of America believes the arts are critical to educating and enriching our society, bringing communities together, and creating greater cultural understanding.”