Using modern wood pellet boilers keeps money in local economy
After the Old Man of the Mountain fell, New Hampshire was left with an unanswered question – what defines us? It is not tax-free shopping or the lack of a motorcycle helmet law — but rather, it’s the arts that make us unique.
Awards recognize McCullough’s sharing stories of prominent Americans with connections to National Parks
Join New Hampshire Public Radio and The Exchange for a discussion with Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Gov. Maggie Hassan on Tuesday, September 27. The interview, conducted by Exchange host Laura Knoy, will be broadcast live from NHPR’s Studio D at 9 a.m.
On Saturday, September 24, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. the New Hampshire State House Bicentennial Commission will be holding the first event to commemorate the beginning of the nation’s oldest, continuously used State House.
The Right Rev. A. Robert Hirschfeld, Bishop of the Episcopal Church of New Hampshire, is pleased to announce that Benge Ambrogi of Manchester has joined his staff as the Missioner for Congregational Initiatives. In this role, Ambrogi is working with Episcopal churches throughout New Hampshire to develop new programs and mission to encourage flourishing congregations.
Rector Bill Petersen opened the dedication with these words, “The sun is the source of life and warmth, seasons and food. In recent decades, however, the reality of global warming has made us realize that our behaviors can alter the impact of the sun on our planet. We rejoice today that this new solar array will reduce our carbon footprint as a church, caring more effectively for God’s good creation, the work of our generous and gracious God.”
N.H. Preservation Alliance Program Spotlights Endangered Historic Landmarks
Legendary snowboard coach Bill Enos has returned to his position as Snowboard Program Director for the Waterville Valley Black and Blue Trail Smashers Snowsports Educational Foundation (WVBBTS / SEF), home of the Waterville Valley Academy.
New York, NY--As part of an ongoing series that honors PR legends, the Museum of Public Relations at Baruch College will hold a reception on Thursday, Sept. 8th at 6 p.m. to kick off a month-long exhibit featuring the work of the late Patrick Jackson, founder of the national behavioral public relations & management consulting firm Jackson Jackson & Wagner. In Rye, NH.