When I first began traveling on a semi-regular basis to academic meetings and conferences, I wore a navy blue blazer or herringbone sport coat, polyester permanent press oxford dress shirt, a pair of pressed slacks, penny loafers or wingtips, and—at times—a necktie.
COLUMBIA – The Great North Woods Center for the Arts, which has brought some 500 shows to the North Country over the past 10 years, has purchased historic property which for years was part of the Our Lady of Grace Shrine.
The New England First Amendment Coalition mourns the loss of five staff members at the Capital Gazette community newspaper near Annapolis, Maryland, who were killed by a gunman last week in a senseless act of violence. We convey our utmost sympathies to the newspaper’s staff and to the families and friends of the victims.
Children of veterans that lost their lives in wars and are also residents of the state can obtain free tuition to the University System of New Hampshire colleges and universities and the Community College System of New Hampshire. There is also a stipend of up to $2,500 that can be contributed to the payment of room rent, board, books, and supplies.
MANCHESTER – Eversource says its study comparing potential methods for the Seacoast Reliability Project transmission line to cross Little Bay confirmed that burying it in the bay’s bottom sediment will be best.
On the eve of national demonstrations protesting the separation of families by federal officials, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) – a Quaker organization that has worked for more than a century for peace and justice across the globe – has launched an effort to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
With Overtourism threatening the long-term welfare of favorite state-side destinations like Cape Cod, southern Florida, and our national parks, let’s take a closer look at this phenomenon and some potential solutions.