Manchester, NH -- Hellenic American University graduated its first US MBA student this summer, Laura Simoes of Concord, NH. Simoes, who serves at the Missioner for Communications for the Episcopal Church of New Hampshire, graduated this past June in Athens....
While some areas have already opened terrain, others are blasting snow at feverish paces in anticipation of their own first days. Skiers and riders can expect the following resorts and mountains to begin opening their doors and with the cooperation of Mother Nature, on these highly anticipated dates, which are tentative and subject to change.
The New Hampshire Insurance Department has begun a targeted examination of how New Hampshire health insurance companies handle claims relating to treatment for substance use disorders (SUD).
Hellenic American University offers an Executive MBA program enrollment based on a rolling cohort schedule in Manchester, NH. They are currently accepting applications for fall 2015. For more information, visit http://www.hauniv.edu
The conservation easement ensures that Bean Hill Farm, which remains privately owned, will never be developed. Five Rivers takes responsibility to conserve the land through regular monitoring and a commitment to ensure that all future owners honor the conservation commitment made by Eliza in conserving this farm.
Presidential candidates have a lot to say about the current crises in Iraq, Syria and other regions of conflict around the globe, but few are addressing the violent impact these conflicts are having on the lives of women and girls. Population Connection Action Fund launched a campaign this week to shift the conversation on global conflict and to draw attention to the harmful effect the United States’ policy on abortion is having on women and girls around the globe.
The Manchester Chamber of Commerce will offer a workshop called “The ACA in NH and the Impact on Your Business” on December 1, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce on Hanover Street
New Hampshire’s many small business owners have more choices than ever when it comes to providing their employees affordable and comprehensive health coverage. The Small Business Health Options Program, also known as SHOP, is offering 30 plans in New Hampshire during the 2016 open enrollment period, which launched on Nov. 1. Compared to the 18 offered in 2015, this is a significant increase in the options available to employers with 50 or fewer employees. There are also seven stand-alone dental plans from which to choose.
Saturday, November 21, noon-4 p.m. at the Art Center This much anticipated biannual exhibit showcases the work done in our studio classes throughout the term. Join us at the Art Center as we celebrate the talent and creativity of our...
WVBBTS becomes first eastern mountain sports organization to receive CODP designation