The BJ Cirnigliaro Memorial Fund, which was created in early 2021 by Absolute Title, has announced $25,000 in donations to seven local organizations.
Now in a formal partnership with the Holmes Center for School Partnerships and Educator Preparation at Plymouth State, more than 20 teachers in Franklin are participating in a weekly graduate course on-site at the middle school. With the ability to earn these graduate credits free of charge, it is the latest solution to address a teacher shortage that plagues the industry.
Students and professors at Plymouth State participate in NASA’s Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project
Researchers and students from 19 colleges across the country, including Plymouth State, are one step closer to discovering what happens to the Earth’s atmosphere during a solar eclipse.
Public relations and strategic communications firm Montagne Powers welcomes two new team members to its expanding company: Samantha Blinder and Ben HIncher.
Roughly 150 girls, ages 5-18, who participate in the Girls Inc. program in Nashua or Manchester rode waves of excitement and anticipation to the Crocs outlet at Merrimack Premium Outlets this week to round out their back-to-school outfits with Classic Clog Crocs.
A New Hampshire man who spent months at Cheshire Medical Center with a COVID-19 infection is returning to the hospital as one of its newest employees.
Over the course of FedPoint’s scholarship initiative to help nursing students, Marilyn become aware of a related shortage: training opportunities for aspiring nurses.
While plenty of couples have met as Hannaford employees, it’s not likely that their love stories and dedication to the company span across generations like this one. The family has more than 100 years of combined service to the company, including Sara and Todd Ellis, her parents and her brother, Ben Stout.
They don’t look much like the dancing co-star of “Wizard of Oz,” but the clunky robots at the heart of a new program at Plymouth State University actually are scarecrows. Or used to be, before they broke down.
Public relations and strategic communications firm Montagne Powers welcomes three new team members to its expanding company: Hope Lang, Madison Shearns and Gabriella Pais.