Roger Wood interviews Blaine Cox, Rochester’s city manager, Dr. John Coon, technical advisor to the city, and Melissa Paly, the official water keeper for the Conservation Law Foundation.
Podcast with Dr. Michael Hendery on the pandemic effect on people’s mental health.
PODCAST: Roger Wood explores the state’s real estate business in the COVID-19 era.
Podcast: Roger Wood interviews David Juvet of the New Hampshire Business and Industry Association about the state’s current economic challenges.
Bob Zagami, executive director of the New England RV Dealers Association, says no one could have predicted what COVID-19 would have done for people who want to travel and socially distance themselves and bring the kids.
Join Roger Wood in his podcast interview with Pam Keilig of the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. She talks about newly passed legislation aimed at helping victims and agencies dealing with the issue.
George Bald started his career as the mayor of Somersworth, went on to redevelop the former Pease Air Force Base into a world class business park and was appointed executive director of the state Department of Resources and Economic Development.
PODCAST: Roger Wood spoke with the state’s Deputy Commissioner of Education Christine Brennan along with the director of the CRTC Steve Rothenberg for this report.
PODCAST: The University of New Hampshire welcomes its 20th president this summer. With the retirement of Mark Huddleston, University of North Carolina Provost James Dean takes over the three campus system. Roger Wood speaks with the incoming president in this InDepth conversation.
Roger Wood Podcast: She’s an environmental scientist specializing in remediation of contaminated sites. And the Coakley Landfill superfund site isn’t too far from Mindi Messmer’s home in Rye as she runs for Congress.