Woodworkers in New England (and elsewhere in the nation) are being invited to compete in the first annual New England Woodworking competition in Concord this fall.
Trash has been burned, dumped in the ocean, entombed in large landfill sites and even buried in backyards. Now it’s called waste.
InDepthNH.org is pleased to announce that with 50 years of experience, Roger Wood was honored at the New Hampshire Press Association awards banquet Thursday with its Lifetime Achievement 2023 award for his work in broadcast radio news and public affairs.
A New Hampshire man, Christopher Plummer was doing a routine check of his email when he noticed that something wasn’t right with it.
Construction of New Hampshire’s largest electrical solar array is getting underway in Kingston. Unitil, which serves customers in southeastern New Hampshire, is building the solar farm after getting approval from the Public Utilities Commission.
Christopher Parker has over 25 years of municipal experience having served in various capacities with the City of Dover since 1997, where he has focused on developing long-term goals and objectives for the City and overseeing the land use and development functions within the community development arena.
Portsmouth resident Stefany Shaheen speaks with podcaster Roger Wood about her role on the President’s Council on Fitness and Nutrition, as well as her insight on police body cameras.
We will be hearing a lot more about community power in the weeks and months ahead. That’s because some 30 towns and cities in New Hampshire including Portsmouth are part of the future of electricity purchases for consumers.
Rebecca Perkins Kwoka currently serves in the NH State Senate, after making history last year as the first openly LGBTQ woman elected to the legislative body.
Roger Wood was covering New Hampshire teacher-in-space Christa McAuliffe when disaster struck on Jan. 28, 1986.