New Hampshire News Round up

Top Nine N.H. News Stories of 2014

Dec 26, 2014
Sara Plourde / NHPR

A special edition of the Friday New Hampshire News Roundup: we review the major stories of the year -- from the midterm elections to the Market Basket saga, and more. 

GUESTS:

  • Jeff Feingold – editor of the New Hampshire Business Review.
  • Dean Spiliotes - Civic Scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences at Southern New Hampshire University and author of the website NHPoliticalCapital.com

ALSO JOINING US:

The House voted to send its budget to the state Senate.   The governor has unveiled her choice for a new Attorney General.  The first Exeter-Hospital Hepatitis-C civil cases are now scheduled for trial.  And the Windham school board “takes aim” at dodge ball.  We’ll look at the top stories for the week of April 1st.

Guests:

House budget writers this week got closer to a final tax-and-spending plan.  The Stand-your-Ground debate is stirring up in the legislature.  A moratorium on wind farms was proposed and New Hampshire lost a statesman…former House Speaker Harold Burns.   A roundtable of reporters discusses the top stories of the week. 

Guests