MARLOW, N.H. (AP) – Remember the ice storm that hit New Hampshire seven weeks ago? That’s the last time some residents of the Monadnock Region got a clear TV picture.

About 50 homes in the southwestern corner of the state still don’t have their cable TV service, after the wires came down in December’s storm.

David Kemmerer, general manager of the Pine Tree Cablevision Co., says technicians still are working to restore service. He says he hopes to have everyone back in business by the end of the week.

At the height of the outage, Kemmerer said about 1,000 of the small company’s 1,800 subscribers in the area had lost service. They included residents of Marlow, Rindge and Fitzwilliam.


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