Carved in Granite – Jeremy Osgood Breathes Plausible Life into the Chocorua Myth

In writing a fictional account of the Chocorua story Jeremy Osgood has tackled the unknowable. Taking on the challenge of providing mythical “documentation” where there is none by utilizing the rich history of folklore and myth surrounding the Chocorua story as a tapestry into which he weaves his own version of the myth.

Applications Open Soon for $100M InvestNH Housing Fund

Saying it will produce thousands of new units of low- to moderate-income housing in the state in the coming months, Gov. Chris Sununu, mayors from three cities, Commissioner Taylor Caswell and developers gathered in Concord to announce applications for a $100 million housing fund to begin this month online.

House GOP Leader’s AK-47 Tweet Stirs Outrage

House GOP Leader Jason Osborne’s tweet suggesting people buy more ammunition for their AK-47 instead of hot dogs the night before a gunman killed six people and injured 38 at a July 4th Parade from a rooftop in Highland Park, Ill., caused outrage on social media and finger pointing in New Hampshire politics.

Happy July 4 N.H.: Meet Your New Citizen Neighbors

Today’s Naturalization Ceremony in Portsmouth’s historic Strawbery Banke was the place to be – where pomp wore red, white and blue, where circumstance carried American flags, where 72 citizens from 32 countries became America’s newest citizens.

Steve Taylor: Newspaperman, Farmer, and Public Servant

Steve Taylor of Plainfield is far more than what the title of his book declares. The book title is Stephen Howard Taylor: Recollections of a life in newspapering, farming & public service.

Celebrate America: See You July 4 at Strawbery Banke

Need a pick me up? A reminder that in spite of all that has transpired, is transpiring, will transpire in this land of the free – for most, home of the brave – for all, the United States is still a country where people believe in the possible, the impossible, the American dream.