Nominations are now open for the annual First Amendment Award from the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications. This award honors New Hampshire individuals or groups who stand out in their defense of, or their use of, the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.  Read more →

The Prize, in its seventh year, rewards students who exhibit journalistic initiative, enterprise, and what the co-founder, the late Jeffrey Brodsky, described as "a contrarian nature and out-of-the-box thinking." Read more →

Kimball Jenkins, a community cultural center dedicated to providing access to the arts for all, has announced the appointment of Martha Lemire as its new Executive Director. Lemire, a resident of Henniker, brings a wealth of experience and a collaborative approach that promises to help both institutions and individuals thrive in the arts community. Read more →

The N.H. Preservation Alliance, in partnership with The 1772 Foundation, has awarded grants totaling $125,000 to sixteen private non-profit organizations in New Hampshire to assist in preserving their historic buildings. Read more →