New Hampshire is the second best state for overall child well-being in the country, a four-year national survey released this week has found.
New Hampshire’s state primaries are Tuesday, Sept. 13 – less than a month away. But for some residents, voting is possible now.
Drought conditions have engulfed New Hampshire, with around 99 percent of the state experiencing some degree of drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
New Hampshire is a state with one of the lowest rates of rental availability in the country, and the units that are available are few in number and too expensive for the average income earner.
According to data from the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), back in 2018, 28 percent of adults ages 18 to 64 in New Hampshire had a pre-existing health condition that would have caused them to be denied health coverage if the Affordable Care Act (ACA) did not exist.
Over the summer, girls from Manchester and Nashua trekked across the state while on field trips to workplaces as part of the free program, Young Women’s Leadership.
The town of Newport has received $6.1 million in federal funding to update its wastewater treatment facility.