Officials say drought is mostly over in New Hampshire

The drought is mostly gone and so are most – but not all – restrictions on water usage.

As the official drought designation in most of the state improved this month to “abnormally dry,” Concord, which uses Penacook Lake for drinking water with the Contoocook River as a backup, has decided to stop urging people to conserve water as of Friday. More…

*| Concord Monitor

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