Starting next fall, four Plymouth State University students will start working alongside experienced special education teachers in Littleton schools as part of a “teacher residency” for graduate students in the School of Education.
As Granite State taxpayers and tax preparers prep for the upcoming tax filing season, the NH Department of Revenue Administration is offering customers tips and resources to file returns and pay taxes.
Bradley Labarre is stepping up to fight hunger in the Granite State as the New Hampshire Food Bank’s new Executive Chef and Program Manager for the Recipe for Success – Culinary Job Training Program.
Manchester-based Outdoor Pride Landscape & Snow Management recently acquired a 2.5-acre property in Chelmsford, Mass. to serve as its hub for Massachusetts operations.
Granite VNA delivered more than $6.2 million in charitable community programs and services in Fiscal Year 2021 (October 2020-September 2021).
The New Hampshire Liquor Commission capped off its most successful Distiller’s Showcase of Premium Spirits by raising a record $122,000 in support of the New Hampshire Food Bank.
Ann McClellan, interim provost and vice president of academic affairs at Plymouth State University, says the school created an undergraduate major, the electromechanical technology robotics program, in 2019 that educates students to build and design automation systems.
New Hampshire Lottery and DraftKings announced Wednesday that legal sports wagering has surpassed the $1 billion mark. Wagers can be placed online or at sportsbooks locations at The Brook in Seabrook and Filotimo Casino in Dover and Manchester.
Granite VNA home care physical therapist Bruce M. Duchemin shares his expertise on strengthening exercises to help prevent pain and improve balance.
A new five-story, 95-unit condominium development from Torrington Properties, with 19 units at workforce housing prices, has been approved to be built at the former Cinemagic movie theater site.