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Caitlin Pavia

Hair Colorist
Offers virtual services

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I am a creative individual with an eye for fashion, style, and color. I started my career as a stylist at a young age. When I decided to pursue my passion as a career, I formally trained at the Gina Khan Salon in San Francisco. You can work with me at my hair studio in Pleasant Hill or I occasiona…


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Salem, NH

 

Salem is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 30,089 at the 2020 census and an estimated 30,647 in 2022. Salem is a northern suburb of Boston located on Interstate 93. As the first town along I-93 northbound in New Hampshire, which lacks any state sales tax, Salem has grown into a regional commercial hub for many nearby Massachusetts towns, anchored by the Mall at Rockingham Park and Tuscan Village. 

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 25.9 square miles (67.1 km2), of which 24.8 square miles (64.3 km2) are land and 1.0 square mile (2.7 km2) are water, comprising 4.07% of the town.

Salem, NH, offers a range of attractions for visitors. Canobie Lake Park is a popular amusement park featuring rides, games, and entertainment for all ages. America's Stonehenge is a fascinating archaeological site with stone structures and artifacts dating back thousands of years. Additionally, the Mall at Rockingham Park is a premier shopping destination with a wide selection of stores and restaurants.

The Salem Community Health Center provides comprehensive healthcare services, including primary care, dental care, and behavioral health services, to residents of all ages.

 

Top sites in Salem, NH include Canobie Lake Park, America's Stonehenge, Mall at Rockingham Park.

 

Population: Approximately 30,000 (2021). Elevation: 233 feet (71 m). Area: 25.9 square miles (67.1 km2). ZIP Code: 03079. Area code(s): 603. Founded: 1750.

 

FAQs

 

What are some popular attractions in Salem, NH?

Salem, NH, offers a range of attractions for visitors. Canobie Lake Park is a popular amusement park featuring rides, games, and entertainment for all ages. America's Stonehenge is a fascinating archaeological site with stone structures and artifacts dating back thousands of years. Additionally, the Mall at Rockingham Park is a premier shopping destination with a wide selection of stores and restaurants.

 

Is Salem, NH a family-friendly community?

Yes, Salem is known for its family-friendly atmosphere, with ample parks, recreational facilities, and community events suitable for all ages. The town's excellent schools and healthcare services further contribute to its appeal for families.

 

Is Salem, NH a town or city?

The area was organized as a district without township privileges. Residents petitioned for a separate incorporation five different times before Governor Benning Wentworth chartered Salem as a town in 1750. Population Trends: Population change for Salem totaled 9,950 over 50 years, from 20,142 in 1970 to 30,092 in 2020.

 

Sources

Town of Salem

Wikipedia

Canobie Lake Park

America's Stonehenge

Mall at Rockingham Park

 

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