Gunstock’s Management Team Resigns, Walks Out of Meeting

One month after employees of the Gunstock Mountain Resort complained of disrespect by the governing Gunstock Area Commission, a new seating plan that placed senior management in the audience at the Belknap County Complex was seen as a further insult, leading to the resignation of the entire management team.

Acworth, NHEC Celebrate a Rural Broadband Milestone

It used to take more than 18 hours for the United Church of Acworth to upload one weekly church service to the internet, recalled parishioner Sally Eaton, if its slow connection didn’t time out first. But since the launch this month of New Hampshire Electric Cooperative’s (NHEC) town-wide fiber-optic service, the job is done in minutes.

Dr. Tom Sherman: Sununu Continues Reckless Spending in Election Year

Dr. Tom Sherman, a Rye Democrat who is running against Gov. Chris Sununu, said the Executive Council had to point out that Sununu’s plan to use taxpayer money to give out $100 checks in response to soaring electric rates will mean that people with second homes will receive two checks and Massachusetts residents with vacation homes in New Hampshire will also receive checks.

Bishop Guertin Abuse Case Goes to Supreme Court

The New Hampshire Supreme Court is expected to decide if a woman’s sex abuse lawsuit against Bishop Guertin High School can go forward after it was dismissed because it fell outside of New Hampshire’s statute of limitations, even though those limits no longer exist.