New Hampshire officials in charge of investigating elder abuse are ramping up staff and education efforts to better protect the state’s growing elderly population.
Here in New Hampshire the price of gas per gallon has fallen to $3.484, a 2 cent per gallon decrease compared to one month ago.
But this year the New Hampshire Legislature and the governor made significant investments in our state’s children. By doing so, they invested in the future of the Granite State.
In 2019, the state of New Hampshire banned firefighting foams containing PFAS chemicals, as mounting evidence linked the widely used fire suppressant to higher cancer rates among firefighters and contamination of drinking water.
As 90-degree summer heat hangs over Manchester, residents do their best to stay cool. In one window, a fleece red-and-white holiday blanket hangs to block out the sun. In another, socks are crammed into the window gaps to prevent any AC air from leaking out.
Experts predict an increase in extreme precipitation events through the next century, bringing new emphasis to the importance of dam safety in New Hampshire.
100 Women Who Care, a national organization with hundreds of local chapters (and several in New Hampshire) that brings together 100 busy.
Little Antlers Learning Center in Plymouth gets calls daily from parents desperate for a spot, like many child care providers. It’s also hearing from organizations interested in recreating its model.
Inside a Hooksett warehouse on a humid Tuesday, Joe Whitten explains that it can take up to three generations for a non-biodegradable T-shirt to decompose in a landfill.
The national political spotlight falls on New Hampshire tonight as the controversial group No Labels holds its first major public event in Manchester.