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. 


  • 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


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.


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.