603legalaid.org will become the one stop shopping site for those in need in civil cases.
In this latest Roger Wood podcast, Dr. Sindiso Mnisi Weeks of Nashua discusses HB 544, attached to the proposed New Hampshire state budget bill, the so-called “divisive concepts” legislation.
Roger Wood, in this podcast, talks to Andrea Amico of Portsmouth, whose children grew up in the Shadow of Pease pollution.
But what about those not served because of their remote rural location.
There are, sadly, many other states suffering from such violence. We hope it doesn’t happen here, but hope is not enough to prevent such tragedies.
New Hampshire’s Great Bay, located in the Seacoast region, is beautiful and pristine. The towns and cities around it want to keep it that way.
Will Stewart was named the Executive Director of Stay Work Play in September 2017.
Roger Wood in his latest podcast speaks with Eric Frauwirth. He is the administrator of the Bureau of Career Development at the New Hampshire DOE.
Joe Watts, chief executive officer of the Star Island Corporation nonprofit, will reopen to the public once again.
There’s a new white water park, the first in New England, and it’s nearly ready for prime time. In his latest podcast, Roger Wood talks via Zoom with two of the leaders of the ambitious project in Franklin. They are Marty Parichand, owner of Outdoor New England, founder of Mill City Park, and City Manager Judie Milner.