‘Tis the season for feeling happy and sad for so many. In this must-watch episode of The State We’re In from NH Public TV, we learn what people can do to help themselves and others to cope this holiday season. Plus, meet the Kid Governor who has a plan for addressing childhood depression. READ MORE
The detrimental effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be felt statewide. While homelessness was already an issue, the economic downturn and unemployment is deepening the crisis. Carol Robidoux, founder and publisher of manchesterinklink.com talks about this humanitarian crisis.
David Scanlan, New Hampshire Deputy Secretary of State, joins The State We’re In host Melanie Plenda, of the Granite State News Collaborative, to discuss changes in this year’s voting season and the steps voters need to take to ensure their ballot is counted. READ MORE
When you think about what you love most about the Granite State, what comes to mind? Natural resources? Friendly business climate? Small town charm? Do you know what makes your community thrive? And what is standing in its way? READ MORE
Many businesses have been hit hard during the pandemic. The hospitality industry is no exception. Before COVID-19, some 70,000 people were employed in the industry. Because of the pandemic, nearly half of those people lost their jobs. READ MORE
The first episode includes interviews with Carol Robidoux, editor and publisher of the Manchester Ink Link, Steve Leone, editor of the Concord Monitor and Adam Hirshan, owner and publisher of the Laconia and Conway Daily Sun newspapers. The journalists talk about the impact of covering the coronavirus on their outlets, the challenge of funding and the unique issues facing each of their communities. READ MORE
Tune in to NHPBS Saturday, April 18 at 6 p.m. as the Little Green of Manchester Central High take on the Granite State Challenge defending champ, Plymouth Regional High in the Quarterfinals of Granite State Challenge. READ MORE
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