It’s our year-end review of the top 2016 news stories in New Hampshire, from politics to precipitation. It was a year in which PFOA. became a household term in many communities, the First In the Nation presidential primary seemed to last forever, and fentanyl made its mark, causing a steep increase in overdose deaths. We'll also discuss this week's alarming report on the state's child protective services agency.
- Dan Barrick - NHPR News Director
- Meg Heckman - journalism lecturer at UNH, and former reporter for The Concord Monitor and other publications.
- Trent Spiner – executive editor for the Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday News.