The state is looking forward to an opportunity to draw huge numbers of visitors on April 8, 2024, when there will be a total solar eclipse across the state, with the state’s north country seeing the most impact of the event which will be in the afternoon of that day.
Judge Peter Bornstein denied an injunction to keep the citizens of Dalton from voting on abolishing the Planning Board and Conservation Commission during the upcoming town meeting at a hearing Wednesday in Coos County Superior Court.
Fifteen million dollars in funding for a new nursing home for Strafford County, $750,00 for a new child care center for Concord, more electric vehicle charging stations for Lancaster and Peterborough, and water projects for a number of communities were approved by the Executive Council Wednesday along with a proposal to change its controversial procedures for voting.
Coos Economic Development Corporation (CEDC), a non-profit organization that supports Coos County small businesses and fosters economic growth, announces the opening of a new pilot grant program for businesses looking to take the next step towards a storefront location.
CONCORD — The State Board of Education received many suggestions for changing proposed rules for the ”education freedom account” program and for reining in remote learning for extended periods of time.
See schedule: U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen’s staff will hold office hours in Littleton, Lancaster and Hillsborough in March to help residents seeking assistance with federal agencies on issues such as veterans’ benefits, federal taxes, housing, immigration, and Social Security in one-on-one meetings.