SALEM — The New Hampshire Department of Transportation announces the opening of the new temporary southbound on-ramp at the Exit 2 interchange with Pelham Road and Interstate 93. Work crews anticipate opening the ramp on Friday, weather permitting.
Construction operations will require motorists traveling on Pelham Road eastbound to be in the right lane while traveling towards the intersection in order to access I-93 southbound.
Motorists traveling westbound will need to be in the left lane to access I-93 southbound. Both of these traffic movements are the opposite of what is currently in place.
The new on-ramp will merge with I-93 south of the new interchange instead of the current location north of the existing bridge.
Message boards and new signing along Pelham Road will be in place to assist motorists with the new traffic configuration. Motorists should remain alert while traveling through the construction zone and obey all posted signs.
This work is part of the I-93 widening and reconstruction project in the vicinity of Exit 2. The general contractor for the $41 million project is George R. Cairns and Sons Inc., of Windham.
Sanborn students are ready to help out
KINGSTON — Sanborn Regional High School’s Class of 2014 is going to continue the Sanborn tradition of giving back to the community during the annual Community Day of Caring.
Anyone from Fremont, Newton or Kingston can call the high school if they have any jobs big or small that can be attended to by students of the senior class. There are more than 180 students in the senior class.
If you need some wood stacked, fall cleaning, yards raked, furniture moved, porches and basements cleaned, or other tasks; call the school at 642-3341, and leave a message for Mr. Moore about the Day of Caring or email him at email@example.com.
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