The Concord Municipal Airport will get nearly $2.5 million in federal grant funds to help improve airport safety.
The grant, administered through the Federal Aviation Administration, will fund a new taxiway to allow aircraft to prepare for flight more safely.
Currently, to prepare for flight, planes at the Concord airport must taxi on the runway, leaving them at greater risk for collision. The new taxiway will allow the aircraft to prepare for takeoff away from the runway and out of reach of other aircraft and vehicles.
The strong storms that moved through New Hampshire sent lightning strikes that sparked some fires and possibly injured some people.
The Telegraphof Nashuareports Londonderry crews were called to Comcast on Thursday after the building was struck by lightning. An employee complained of feeling light-headed and tingling sensations consistent with electrical shock. He was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
In 2006, Plymouth resident and PSU Music Professor Jonathan Santore was named New Hampshire Composer of the year. Just last month, he was awarded The American Prize in Choral Composition for 2013. As he tells NHPR's Sean Hurley, he's come a long way since playing trumpet for his high school marching band in Tennessee.
French composer Erik Satie once remarked, "Before I write a piece, I walk around it several times, accompanied by myself," It's a creative prelude that Plymouth composer Jonathan Santore finds absolutely necessary.
A scent of ripeness from over a wall. And come to leave the routine road And look for what had made me stall, There sure enough was an apple tree That had eased itself of its summer load, And of all but its trivial foliage free…
Contract negotiation between the Hassan administration and the state employees association are heading into a fact finding stage. The move comes eight months into contract talks and after 4 days of mediation failed to produce agreement. State employees association president Diana Lacey says the Hassan administration has been unwilling to provide proof to back up its claims on contracts costs.
"I am not necessarily willing to say that I think it’s bad faith, but the closest I could get to that is to say they are in a different league now."
UMass Dartmouth Professor Clyde Barrow cited the states of Delaware, West Virginia, and Rhode Island as possible models for New Hampshire. All place gambling regulation under their states' lottery commissions - and none, said Barrow, needed to hire a huge number of people to do the job.
"As you can see in the case of Delaware and Rhode Island, which respectively have two and three casinos, have 59 and 51 employees respectively, and that is to supervise traditional lottery, virtual and live table games, VLTs and charitable gaming combined."
When was the last time you read a book? Not for work, not a kid’s bedtime story, but a real honest to goodness book, just for the pleasure of reading?
If you sheepishly answered, "more than a year ago," you’re not alone. A recent survey puts the number of Americans who have failed to crack a spine in more than a year at one in four. While new technological distractions have certainly cut into our reading time, our next guest would also like to blame the Sisyphean task of merely trying to choose a book that’s worthy of reading. His solution? Authors should take a break from writing to give readers a chance to catch up.
Colin Robinson is a co-founder of the New York based independent publisher OR.