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February 2016

“We are delighted,” said Discovery Center Executive Director Jeanne Gerulskis, “to have these two consummate education professionals on our team. The knowledge, skills and enthusiasm they bring to engaging children, adults and families in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) bodes well for the future of the nonprofit McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center.” Read more →

Put in this context, SB463 is about more than the death penalty, more than a request to ensure ample room for reflection before making the only decision that cannot be revoked. Read more →

Starting children off with good dental care can help protect their teeth for decades to come. A baby’s 20 primary teeth are already in the jaws at birth. The baby teeth that begin coming through the gums around six months help set the stage for future smiles by keeping space in the jaw for adult teeth. Read more →

ISIS is the most serious foreign threat our next president will face, and our next president will have the power to fix this deadly policy error when he or she arrives at the White House. Secretary Clinton is on record with her support, it is now time to hear from the other candidates. Read more →

So, we have been watching your coverage – and we just have to say this: Why can’t you pronounce Concord. Our state capital was settled in 1725, and is a lot closer to New York than Qatar. Here is a simple rule, think of Caesar – “I came, I saw, I Concord.” There you go, not so hard, was it? Read more →

Thousands of New Hampshire residents signed up for health coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace, as established by the Affordable Care Act. The total of Granite Staters who enrolled for heath coverage was 55,183 since the Marketplace opened in November of 2015. Nationally, 12.7 million Americans selected a plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Read more →