We're looking at the top stories of the week: political unease continues in the New Hampshire House, with a Republican caucus divided, the state’s Homeless count shows the overall population down, but increases among some groups like veterans, and Berlin considers a Bearcat, with city police making their case for an armored vehicle.
We're looking at the top stories of the week: a N.H. Supreme Court decision in the pension contributions case, a Franklin businessman applies for a medical marijuana dispensary license, and House Speaker Jasper chooses House committee chairs.
Rik Stevens - northern New England correspondent for the Associated Press
Kevin Landrigan - chief political correspondent for New Hampshire 1 News, a new media company based in Concord
An upset at the New Hampshire House as members choose Hudson Republican Shawn Jasper as Speaker over Bill O’Brien. Hundreds turn out for a community discussion in Keene,on the future of the city’s Pumpkin Festival. And FairPoint customers in Northern New England start to feel the effects of a worker strike.
We're looking at the top stories of the week: House republicans narrowly vote to return Bill O’Brien as Speaker, for the next legislative session. At the Statehouse it's also budget season , and agency heads are making their cases for more revenue. And, a new study measures the toll of substance abuse on the Granite State economy.
We’re looking at the top stories of the week: Foster’s Daily Democrat sold to the Seacoast Media Group after one hundred and forty years of family ownership. Open enrollment on Healthcare dot gov starts tomorrow. Governor Hassan bows to pressure from wind and Northern Pass opponents. And this week’s developments in New Hampshire state politics.
As the victors in Tuesday’s elections make plans for their new terms, and the pundits slice and dice the results, we’ll examine what might be next for the New Hampshire and National agenda. We’re also checking in on results elsewhere in New England, from a pro-Casino vote in the Bay State to some gubernatorial surprises.
With Elections just days away, candidates make their final pitches with a flurry of debates and visits by outside political heavyweights. New Hampshire issues its Ebola protocol, requiring in-home quarantines in some cases. And state preservationists release their “Seven to Save” list of historic buildings.
From politics to Pumpkin Fest, we're looking at the top stories of the week: officials are still trying to figure out why mayhem erupted near Keene State College during last weekend’s Halloween festival, while candidates hashed out issues from Obamacare to energy for an intense week of debates and forums.
A special election edition of our Friday New Hampshire News Roundup. We’ll sit down with NPR’s senior Washington editor Ron Elving, who’s in the Granite State this week, and NHPR’s senior political reporter Josh Rogers. We’ll get their take on the midterms and how New Hampshire’s races fit into the national narrative.
We’re looking at some of the top stories of the week: including political wrangling over voting records and campaign ads and hospital preparations across the country and here in New Hampshire for the Ebola virus.
Garry Rayno – Statehouse reporter for The Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday News
Rik Stevens - Northern New England correspondent for the Associated Press
We’re looking at some of the top stories of the week: general election campaigns taking shape following the primary, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul's visit to the state to rally New Hampshire Republicans, and 9/11 remembrances across the state.
We’re looking at some of the top stories of the week: Republican candidates face off in a final round of debates before next week’s primary, second journalist with New Hampshire ties is murdered by Islamic extremists, and here, in New Hampshire, Vice President Joe Biden issues a resounding threat to the killers.