There aren’t many places where you can have lunch or take a walk and run into a presidential candidate. But in Concord, NH this is a regular occurrence.
The Rt. Rev. A. Robert Hirschfeld, Bishop, Episcopal Church of New Hampshire, issued the following statement today in reaction to the House version of the State Budget:
Benediction offered at the Inauguration of Governor Maggie Hassan The Right. Reverend A. Robert Hirschfeld, Bishop Episcopal Church of New Hampshire
From Dixville Notch, Portsmouth, Keene, and Nashua to Concord: From one march last winter to four marches in 2015, hundreds of NH residents to unite for change
Today, the New Hampshire Rebellion announced more details surrounding what is shaping up to be the state’s largest non-partisan political gathering in years. Hundred have signed up to march, and dozens of local business are signing up to support the walk.
Hundreds set to Walk the Seacoast on Saturday, July 5th to end the Influence of Money in Politics Portsmouth, NH — On Saturday, July 5th, hundreds of citizens are set to walk the New Hampshire Seacoast, joining the NH Rebellion...
Reboot the House: Repeal Vote Lobby Day, May 14
Concord will be host to members of the World Coalition Against the Death Penalty from over a dozen countries for a special documentary and panel discussion on Thursday April 10th from 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. at Red River Theatres.
Three weeks after the NH House of Representatives gave overwhelming endorsement to legislation repealing the state’s death penalty, the issue of capital punishment will get a full review before the NH Senate Judiciary Committee. On Thursday, April 3, repeal supporters will offer an array of voices on how the death penalty serves no useful public policy objective -as they did with the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee in January.
We hope this vote drives a stake in the heart of the gambling industry, and sends the message that New Hampshire legislators won’t fall for more empty promises.