Life in New England

New England — the birthplace of America — has incredible natural beauty, culture, and history which attracts and delights visitors from around the world. The six states that compose the region — Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont — have distinct characters, but they all host visitors year-round. Fall is for leaf peeping; winter brings skiing, ice fishing and snowmobiling; spring is the time for city fun, museums, and cultural attractions; and summer is for adventures in the mountains, meadows, and sandy beaches.

Nashua, New Hampshire

Located in picturesque New Hampshire, Nashua allows you to experience all four seasons and provides endless opportunity for outdoor activity all within 43 miles of Boston, MA. Folks visit from all over the world to explore the area’s many parks, beaches and mountains. In fact, New Hampshire has consistently been ranked one of the top states in the U.S. to raise a family.

St. Joseph Hospital is a regional, full-service hospital serving the Greater Nashua area, western New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts since 1908. The 208-bed hospital combines the latest technologies with personalized medicine.

Lewiston, Maine

Lewiston is the second-largest city in Maine and is on the Androscoggin River, about 40 miles north of Portland. Lewiston and its twin city, Auburn, are former mill towns with French Canadian roots, a vibrant Somali community and an entrepreneurial spirit. You’ll enjoy access to outdoor recreation and be able to enjoy city life with museums, art galleries, community theaters, live music, cinemas, shopping and over 70 amazing restaurants.

St. Mary’s is a 233-bed acute care hospital that offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient services to meet the growing and changing needs of Central Maine.

Bangor, Maine

The millennium edition of Places Rated Almanac ranks beautiful Bangor as the nation’s #1 small city! Whether you enjoy dining, the arts, the great outdoors, history, architecture, shopping or sports, you’re sure to find something to do and lots to love in Bangor. The region is well-known as one of Maine’s gateway communities. Its central location allows you great access to everything Maine has to offer – scenic coastline and beaches, camping and hiking, charming downtowns and shopping, theater and the arts and so much more.

St. Joe’s is a 112-bed acute care hospital situated in the heart of the Bangor. The hospital offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient services to meet the needs of its evolving community.

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