Days before the primary, students in New Hampshire will bring their clean energy and environmental policy questions to the presidential candidates.
The Center for American Progress released new analysis today examining how H.R. 3, the U.S. House of Representatives’ landmark prescription drug legislation, could lower the prices of specific brand-name drugs.
Despite Historic Political Engagement, Gains for Women in Public Office are Slow and Uneven
Upcoming discussion addresses the needs of New Hampshire’s changing demographics
Concord, NH - Mark Scarano, the Federal Co-Chair of the Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC), announced that the next round of grant funds are now available and can be accessed at the Commission’s website: www.nbrc.gov. The State of Maine is an integral partner with the Federal Government in supporting and guiding the Commission. The Commission’s grant programs cover twelve counties including Androscoggin, Aroostook, Franklin, Hancock, Kennebec, Knox, Oxford, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Somerset, Waldo, and Washington.
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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.
New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny urges Granite State residents to review their insurance policies and understand how likely they are to be affected by potential flooding.
As bald eagles rear this year’s chicks right here in the Capital region, Five Rivers Conservation Trust will hold its Annual Gathering of members and friends and host a special presentation about the recovery of Bald Eagles in New Hampshire and in the Five Rivers’region. On Thursday evening, May 28, 5:30 pm, at Havenwood Heritage Heights, Five Rivers will briefly recap its successful year and introduce Chris Martin, NH Audubon’s raptor biologist to tell the story of how bald eagles have returned to our state.