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April 2021

Today, New Hampshire residents now have easier access to information about housing discrimination and fair housing laws with the launch of a new website from New Hampshire Legal Assistance’s Fair Housing Project. The site, combined with a social media campaign, aims to raise awareness of the ongoing fair housing challenges and how NHLA can help victims of housing discrimination. Read more →

The Gasholder, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is considered the last of its kind in the U.S. Neighbors, civic and business leaders, and preservationists from across the state and country have emphasized not only the importance of its preservation, but also its potential to serve as a catalyst for community development in Concord’s southern corridor.  Read more →

The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Alex Higgins Memorial Space Camp Scholarship. Since 2001, more than 50 New Hampshire children and teens have traveled to the U.S. Space Camp & Rocket Center in Hunstville, AL, for a week of simulated astronaut or pilot training, thanks to the scholarship. This represents a combined effort among Alex Higgins’ family, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to honor Alex’s memory. Space Camp provides the opportunity for children and teens to engage in a science and engineering adventure that Alex Higgins truly enjoyed. Read more →

Keynote speaker Dr. Anna Adachi-Mejia asks: What is possible? as NH looks towards the future in designing a path forward to help people and communities exercise resilience and thrive Read more →

An average of three out of five eligible uninsured Americans can access $0 plans after advance payments of tax credits and an average of four out of five current consumers will be able to find a plan for $10 or less per month after advance payments of tax credits Read more →

President Biden's American Rescue Plan also extends affordability to those receiving unemployment benefits. If someone receives unemployment compensation. Consumers with unemployment compensation can revisit their application to receive additional financial subsidies. Beginning in early July, these individuals who were determined eligible for unemployment for any week during 2021 may be able to get an additional increase in savings when enrolling in a plan or reprocessing their application. Read more →