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  1. kingston NH - Community Profile | Economic & Labor Market ...

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    Jul 14, 2021 · Town of Kingston Susan H. Ayer, Administrative Assistant 163 Main Street, PO Box 716 Kingston, NH 03848: Telephone (603) 642-3342: Fax (603) 642-4108: E-mail: admin@kingstonnh.org: Web Site: www.kingstonnh.org: Municipal Office Hours: Town Clerk, Tax Collector: Monday, 8 am - 8 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 am - 4 pm, Friday, 8 am - 12 noon: County

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  2. East Kingston, NH - New Hampshire

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    Jul 11, 2021 · Town of East Kingston Becky Merrow, Town Admin 24 Depot Road East Kingston, NH 03827: Telephone (603) 642-8406: Fax (603) 642-4918: E-mail: bmerrow@eastkingstonnh.gov: Web Site: www.eknh.org: Municipal Office Hours

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    • (603) 642-8406
    • (603) 642-4918
  3. Jul 15, 2021 · Fax. (603) 772-6841. E-mail. kensington@kensingtontown.com. Web Site. www.town.kensington.nh.us. Municipal Office Hours. Administration, Assessor: Monday through Thursday, 8:30 am - 1:30 pm; Town Clerk: Monday, 9 am - 1 pm, Wednesday, 3 pm - 6:30 pm, Thursday, 9 am - 1 pm appointment only; Tax Collector: Monday, Thursday, 9 am - 12 noon, Wednesday, 9 am - 12 noon, 6:30 pm - 8 pm.

    • kensington@kensingtontown.com
    • (603) 772-5423
    • (603) 772-6841
  4. Jul 16, 2021 · townclerktaxcollector@newtonnh.net. Web Site. www.newton-nh.gov. Municipal Office Hours. Monday through Wednesday, 8 am - 4 pm, Thursday, 12 noon - 8 pm. County. Rockingham. Labor Market Area. Haverhill-Newburyport-Amesbury Town, MA-NH NECTA Division.

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    • (603) 382-2596
  5. Municipal Career Opportunities

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    Jul 20, 2021 · Senior Clerk, City Clerk's Office. City of Beverly. Jul 09, 2021 ... Town of Kingston. Jun 25, 2021 ... Town of Durham, NH.

  6. Jul 19, 2021 · Town of Dorchester Margaret Currier-Lemay, Administrative Assistant 1021 NH Route 118 Dorchester, NH 03266: Telephone (603) 786-5095: Fax (603) 786-9476: E-mail: townofdorchester@gmail.com: Web Site: www.townofdorchester.org: Municipal Office Hours

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    Jul 14, 2021 · Senior Clerk, City Clerk's Office. City of Beverly. Jul 09, 2021 ... Town of Wilton, NH. Jun 29, 2021. ... Town of Kingston. Jun 25, 2021 ...

  8. East Kingston, NH Clubs and Organizations

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    Jul 18, 2021 · East Kingston, NH Telephone: (603)642-8406 - Fax: (603) 642-8406 City/Town Office Hours: Selectmen: Monday through Friday, 8am - 2pm Town Clerk/Ta... Read More »

  9. Uxbridge, Massachusetts - Wikipedia

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    • History
    • Notable People
    • Government
    • Geography
    • Climate
    • Demographics
    • Economy
    • Education
    • Healthcare
    • Transportation

    Colonial era, Revolution, Quakers, and abolition

    John Eliot started Nipmuc Praying Indian villages. "Wacentug" natives sold land to settlers in 1662, "for 24 pound Ster". Mendon began in 1667, and burned in King Phillips War. Western Mendon became Uxbridge in 1727, and Farnum House held the first town meeting. John Adams’ uncle, Nathan Webb, was the first called minister of the colony's first new Congregational church in the Great Awakening. The American Taft family origins are intertwined with Uxbridge and Mendon. Lydia Taft reportedly vot...

    Early transportation, education, public health and safety

    The Tafts built the Middle Post Road's Blackstone River bridge in 1709. "Teamsters" drove horse "team" freight wagons on the Worcester-Providence stage route. The Blackstone Canal brought horse-drawn barges to Providence through Uxbridge for overnight stops. The "crossroads village" was a junction on the Underground Railroad. The P&W Railroadended canal traffic in 1848. A 1732 vote "set up a school for ye town of Uxbridge". A grammar school was followed by 13 one-room district school houses,...

    Industrial era: 19th century to late 20th century

    Bog iron and three iron forges marked the colonial era, with the inception of large-scale industries beginning around 1775. Examples of this development can be seen in the work of Richard Mowry, who built and marketed equipment to manufacture woolen, linen, or cotton cloth, and gristmills, sawmills, distilleries, and large industries. Daniel Day built the first woolen mill in 1809. By 1855, 560 local workers made 2,500,000 yards (2,300,000 m) of cloth (14,204 miles (22,859 km)). Uxbridge reac...

    Robert Taft I was patriarch to the Taft familypolitical dynasty.
    Nathan Webb, First called minister at new Congregational Church, first mentioned in Great Awakening period, was John Adams‘ uncle.
    Robert Taft, 2nd was a Selectman

    Uxbridge has a Board of Selectmen and town meetinggovernment, with officials listed in the top infobox: Local government granted the first woman in America the right to vote, nixed a smallpox vaccine in 1775, and defied the Massachusetts Secretary of State by approving women jurors.The 2009 Board of Health made Uxbridge the third community in the US to ban tobacco sales in pharmacies, but later reversed this. State agencies control county elected offices (see info box). In fact, Uxbridge has a District Courthouse.

    The town is 30.4 square miles (79 km2), of which 0.8 square miles (2.1 km2), or 2.73%, is water. It is situated 39.77 miles (64.00 km) southwest of Boston, 16 miles (26 km) southeast of Worcester, and 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Providence. Elevations range from 200 feet (61 m) to 577 feet (176 m) above sea level. It borders Douglas, Mendon, Millville, Northbridge, and Sutton, Massachusetts, plus the Rhode Island towns of Burrillville and North Smithfield.

    A USDA hardiness zone 5 continental climateprevails with snowfall extremes from November to April. The highest recorded temperature was 104 F, in July 1975, and the lowest, -25 F in January 1957.

    The 2010 United States Census population was 13,457, representing a growth rate of 20.6%, with 5,056 households, a density rate of 166.31 units per square mile. 95.7% were White, 1.7% Asian, 0.90% Hispanic, 0.3% African American, and 1.4% other. Population density was 442.66 people/ mile2 (170.77/km²). Per capita income was $24,540, and 4.7% fell below the poverty line. There were 9,959 registered voters in 2010.

    High tech, services, distribution, life sciences, hospitality, local government, education and tourism offer local jobs. A 618,000 square feet (57,400 m2) distribution center serves Fortune 500 BJ's Wholesale Club's, northern division. Unemployment was 3.9%, lower than the state average .

    Local schools include the Earl D. Taft Early Learning Center (Pre-K-3), Whitin Intermediate School (4-7), Uxbridge High School(8-12), and Our Lady of the Valley Regional. Uxbridge is also a member of one of the thirteen towns of the Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational School District. Uxbridge students in eighth grade have the opportunity to apply to Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School, serving grades 9-12. The New York Timescalled Uxbridge education reforms a "little revolution" to meet family needs.

    Tri-River Family Health Center (University of Massachusetts Medical School) offers primary care. Milford Regional, Landmark Medical Center, hospices and long term care are nearby or local.

    Rail

    The nearest MBTA Commuter Rail stops are Forge Park/495 on the Franklin Line and Grafton and Worcester on the Framingham/Worcester Line, 15 miles away. The Northeast Corridor Providence Amtrak station has trains with top speeds of 150 MPH. The Providence and Worcester Railroadfreight line passes two former local stations.

    Highways

    Route 146 links Worcester, I-290, and I-90 to Providence at I-95 and I-295. Route 16 links to Connecticut via I-395, and Boston, by I-495. Route 122 connects Northbridge and Woonsocket. Route 146A goes into North Smithfield. Route 98 leads to Burrillville.

    Airports

    TF Green State Airport Warwick-Providence, RI, Worcester Regional Airport, and Boston Logan International Airport have commercial flights. Hopedale Airport, 7.2 miles (11.6 km) away, and Worcester Regional Airporthave general aviation. A private air strip, Sky Glen Airport on Quaker Highway, is still listed on FAA sites, though the map location shows it within a dense industrial park, and at its peak of operations, it saw very low traffic.

  10. List of places in the United States named after people ...

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    6 days ago · Bermuda, 5 places in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina, and Tennessee – Juan de Bermúdez (indirectly, after Bermuda) Bernards Township, New Jersey – Sir Francis Bernard of Nether Winchendon House, England. Bernardston, Massachusetts – Sir Francis Bernard, 1st Baronet.

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