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Category: Grafton County Business

Tim-Bir Alley Reopens With New Owners

Nearly 35 years after opening its doors, Tim-Bir Alley is now under new ownership. Tim & Biruta Carr have decided to sell their restaurant which has been located on Main Street in Littleton for the last 10 years. The well-known fine dining establishment has been a staple of the Littleton restaurant scene and has recently reopened under the guidance of local and award winning Chef, Valney Fortin. Fortin has over 30 years of experience in the restaurant industry in Northern NH. Since 2006 he h... Read More

ECP Announces New APEX Business Accelerator Program

We are proud to announce that The Enterprise Center at Plymouth will be launching a new business accelerator program in March, APEX Accelerator. This 8 week program is designed to assist New Hampshire entrepreneurs and small businesses owners accelerate their businesses’ growth through weekly educational sessions, direct mentorship from experienced industry professionals and networking opportunities. To learn more about the program click on the link below for the full press release or visit t... Read More

Enterprise Center at Plymouth Helps Local Business Grow

The Enterprise Center at Plymouth was designed to provide local entrepreneurs with resources and services to start and grow their business. This was just the case with Plymouth State University graduate Spirit Seeker who recently moved his accounting firm out of the center and into an office in downtown Ashland. Seeker is the owner of Affirm Community Accounting, LLC, which is a community oriented accounting firm that serves businesses from southern New Hampshire up to Rumney. The company opened... Read More

Grafton County EDC Rebrands, Unveiling New Name and Redesigned Website

The Grafton County Economic Development Council, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization supporting innovation and business growth in Grafton County and one of 10 regional development corporations in the state of New Hampshire, announced today that the organization will begin operating under a new name, Grafton Regional Development Corporation (Grafton RDC). This rebrand reflects a broader commitment to economic advancement in the region and includes the unveiling of a new logo and redesigned websi... Read More

In Lincoln, New Resort Aims for Tourist Dollars Where Paper Once Was King

“Riverwalk is a huge and welcome investment,” says Chris Wellington, the CEO of the Grafton County Economic Development Council, which lent the project about $475,000. “It offers kind of a new opportunity for people looking to purchase condominiums whether it is year round or on a stay.” Read more at NHPR… ... Read More

TotalScope Marketing Graduates the Enterprise Center at Plymouth to New Main Street Location

LaClair, Guilbeault & Associates, dba TotalScope Marketing has successfully graduated from the Enterprise Center at Plymouth (ECP) and will continue doing business in Grafton County at a new location in downtown Plymouth. A joint effort by Plymouth State University and Grafton County Economic Development Council, the ECP is a mixed-use business incubator serving central New Hampshire. Read more… ... Read More

GCEDC Provides Gap Financing to Help Family-Owned Enfield Business Expand

With the help of Grafton County Economic Development Council (GCEDC) and Lake Sunapee Bank, J & B Autoworx received the funds to purchase a commercial property to expand its family-owned and operated auto repair center serving the Enfield, Canaan and Upper Valley areas. In support, GCEDC provided $90,000 in partial financing to Robert Labine, the owner of J & B Autoworx, who was awarded a total of $360,000 to fund the purchase of a commercial property located on Route 4 in Enfield, NH. ... Read More