- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 8, 2018

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A gas station-turned-coffee shop in Lebanon and a church turned into condominiums in Concord are among projects winning recognition from the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance.

Other projects that won praise Tuesday are the restoration of a shed in Freedom that housed rollers used to flatten snow on roads, before plows; the rehabilitation of Francestown’s 1847 Town Hall; and the restoration of a cast-iron fence around a churchyard in Holderness.

They are among 11 projects recognized for outstanding historic preservation activity.

Winners were honored for their stewardship of community assets and gathering places; excellence in large- and small-scale community development projects; and preservation of rare and iconic properties.

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