Weekly NH News Roundup

Weekly N.H. News Roundup - March 4, 2016

Mar 4, 2016
Sara Plourde

We're covering the top New Hampshire news stories of the week.

Weekly N.H. News Roundup - February 26, 2016

Feb 26, 2016
Sara Plourde

We're covering the top news stories of the week: at a Manchester event this week, Governor Hassan and Uber executives urge lawmakers to pass statewide regulations for the company's drivers, Governor Hassan's nominee for state banking commissioner faces criticism, and the final tally of ballots cast in this month's presidential primary shows a record turnout.

Weekly N.H. News Roundup - February 19, 2016

Feb 19, 2016
Sara Plourde / NHPR

We're looking at the top news stories of the week: the Statehouse had a busy week ahead of its February recess, the Fish and Game Commission narrowly voted to allow a bobcat hunt, and, on a frigid Sunday, passengers stranded for several hours were rescued from a stalled tram on Cannon Mountain.

Weekly N.H. News Roundup - February 12, 2016

Feb 12, 2016
Sara Plourde / NHPR

We're looking at the top news stories of the week: decisive wins for anti-establishment candidates Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in the First in the Nation primary, state lawmakers consider Medicaid expansion and expanding gambling, and maple syrup season starts early due to warm temperatures earlier this winter.

Weekly N.H. News Roundup - February 5, 2015

Feb 5, 2016
Sara Plourde / Flickr/CC

We'll be talking about the top news stories of the week: the presidential primary parade arrives, a bit smaller, after several candidates drop out of the race, Governor Hassan delivers her last State of the State address, with her U.S. Senate run in the wings, and an overflow crowd attends a public hearing on whether to resume bobcat hunting

Weekly N.H. News Roundup - January 29, 2015

Jan 29, 2016
Sara Plourde / NHPR

We're covering the top news stories of the week: Republican lawmakers outline a plan to continue Medicaid expansion that includes a work requirement, the House considers decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana, and on the presidential front, the Granite State is relatively quiet with the Iowa caucuses days away.

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