New Hampshire is already small, but for artist Sue Anne Bottomley, everyone's practically a neighbor.
Or they are since the New London woman spent the last two years visiting each town with the goal of drawing pictures of all of them. Bottomley has produced a blog called Colorful Journey where she displays her drawings and tells each town's tales.
Bouncing beside her grandpa down rutted dirt roads in his old Chevy pickup truck, a 5-year-old, Sue Anne Bottomley discovered New Hampshire.
President Obama’s newly unveiled budget is making political waves…he’s pushing for publicly funded “preschool for all,” paid for with a new tax on cigarettes. Here in New Hampshire, there’s been a different kind of preschool push…toward teaching kids outside. So-called nature preschools and forest kindergartens may sound like more fun than foundational, but this approach to early learning is gaining popularity for teaching the basics, while getting kids away from screens into the wilderness.
On Monday, the Legislative Joint Financial Committee will meet to approve emergency funds to keep New Hampshire's poison control center running for the next year. Without the funds, on July 1, poison control won't be available to New Hampshire residents anymore.