We all have our comfort TV shows and, this winter, weirdly, I’ve been binging “My Lottery Dream Home,” which is available on several streaming services. If you’re not familiar, the host, designer David Bromstad, guides lucky lottery (or settlement, or inheritance) winners in buying their “dream home.” The featured person or family looks at three homes suggested by local real estate brokers, David walks the lottery winner through the homes as they talk about the pros and cons. At the end, the person decides which home they’ll buy.
Easterseals NH has acquired a property at 782 Gold St. in South Manchester, the site of the former J.D. Byrider car dealership. The space will serve as the new home of the agency’s Transportation Services program, further establishing its status as a provider of choice for demand response and special education student transportation in the community.
Katelyn Welch, PE has been selected by a jury of her peers from New Hampshire’s engineering societies as the 2024 New Hampshire Young Engineer of the Year. This distinguished award will be presented February 22 at the annual Engineers’ Week banquet in Concord. Welch was nominated by Structural Engineers of New Hampshire (SENH) based on her record of professional accomplishments, service to the profession and promoting engineering and volunteer activities in the community.