Jobs, national security, and military superiority were the talking points today at Gentex Corporation, where Lockheed Martin showcased its F-35 Lightning II cockpit demonstrator to elected officials and leaders in the business community. READ MORE
Granite State Comicon will be coming to the Radisson Hotel on Elm Street September 16 and 17 this weekend. Beginning at 10 a.m., “Granitecon” will feature an impressive assortment of celebrity guests, ranging from comic book artists to voice actors and pop-icons, as well as a series of fun events, contests, panels, and endless famous pop-culture props for photo-ops. READ MORE
New Hampshire Institute of Art has received more than 500 original photographic prints featuring the work of many prominent 20th century photographers, thanks to the generosity of collector and philanthropist John Teti. READ MORE
New Hampshire Department of Corrections K9’s Ryker and Dutch have received bullet and stab protective vests thanks to a charitable donation from the non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. READ MORE
Derek Potocki, 32, previously of Manchester, New Hampshire, was sentenced yesterday to 72 months in prison for his role in the robbery of a credit union in March of 2015. According to court documents and statements made in court, Potocki pressured Melissa Boucher, 28, previously of Manchester, to rob a bank for him. READ MORE
The changing economic environment for electric utilities may have helped fuel what Northern Pass developers say are erroneous reports in Le Journal de Quebec that Hydro-Québec may be rethinking its commitment to the transmission project.
On Thursday, Hydro-Québec and its New Hampshire partner, Eversource, said both companies remain committed to the $1.6 billion project to transport 1,090 megawatts of Hydro-Québec electricity to New England over 192 miles of power lines stretching from the Canadian border at Pittsburg to Deerfield. READ MORE
The House of the New Hampshire State Legislature has passed a bill which decriminalizes the possession of an ounce or less of marijuana. The same session also passed two bills which add more qualifying conditions for patients to be eligible to receive medical marijuana. READ MORE