Construction on Norwich’s new joint facility for its fire and police departments is moving toward completion.
The Norwich Fire Department tweeted out this photo on Wednesday detailing recent updates on the project.
New England Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft throws a football into the crowd following a launch of a Patriots New Hampshire Lottery scratch ticket game at the State House in Concord on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Concord Monitor)
Just because you’re not Tom Brady doesn’t mean you can’t score (in New Hampshire, at least).
The New England Patriots have kicked off a new season of Patriots-themed scratch ticket games in the state, marking the sixth year of a partnership between the New Hampshire Lottery Commission and the football team, the Concord Monitor reported on Tuesday.
The $5 scratch tickets, which went on sale today, feature four $100,000 grand prizes along with other prizes ranging from $5 to $100. There also will be an opportunity for players to enter a series of second-chance drawings for Patriots tickets.
For other scratch-related things, check out this video of a bear in Charlestown.
I’m leaving you in Amanda’s capable hands until I return from vacation on Tuesday, Sept. 5. See ya!