May 19, 2015 1:08 PM
New plumbing, electricity, cafeteria coming to 150-year-old Claremont high school
The Associated Press
CLAREMONT (AP) — A building that dates back to 1868 and serves as a Claremont high school has gotten a much-needed face-lift.
Gov. Maggie Hassan is participating in the dedication and unveiling of the improved Stevens High School on Tuesday afternoon.
Voters approved a $12.6 million proposal to renovate the school in 2013.
The renovations included updated plumbing, mechanical and electrical systems, new science labs and a bigger cafeteria.