Business

A healthy vision realized: Solinsky Center for Cancer Care is now open

When asked by a visitor to the new Solinsky Center for Cancer Care as to what impact the pandemic had on construction of the project, Elliot Hospital’s Kelli Rafferty says that despite the challenges posed by COVID-19, the building project went on” unabated.  Cancer doesn’t wait and neither did the many who made this vision a reality.” And was she ever correct. READ MORE
Business Buzz

NH Urban Sport adult recreation leagues: Building a sense of community during times of social distancing

NH Urban Sport is your home for community, competition, and camaraderie in Southern New Hampshire. We are a co-ed adult sports league, offering flag football, basketball, cornhole and pickleball. We plan regular events, social hours and tournaments for you to have more fun with your teammates. We are a veteran-owned-and-operated organization built on the principles of inclusion and community because everyone is an athlete. READ MORE
Business

NH taxpayers could save $22 million a year if House votes in favor of HB1280

The New Hampshire legislature is on the verge of passing bipartisan legislation that could save taxpayers more than $22 million per year. On Wednesday, June 30th, the New Hampshire House will vote on HB1280, a bill to create a fair and competitive marketplace for pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). The legislation passed the state senate last week by a unanimous vote of 24-0. READ MORE
Around Town

Turning grief into gratitude: Johnson family community mask giveaway June 24 at Brady Sullivan Plaza

The Johnson family story went viral when Angela shared pictures on social media showing CMC nurses holding messages up to the window in Rene Johnson’s room for his family, who had gathered in the park below. The family was unable to be at Rene’s bedside due to hospital COVID-19 regulations and relied on messages from the nurses for updates on their father’s condition. READ MORE