Parents and community members joined New Futures and the NH Children’s Trust at Parent Advocacy Day in Concord Wednesday to learn about advocacy and hear from New Hampshire state policymakers about the critical need for stories from community members when enacting state policy.
With over 65 percent of Safe Station visits coming from outside of Manchester, it is important that the State of New Hampshire be a partner in the Manchester Safe Station program,” said Chief Dan Goonan. READ MORE
“New Hampshire’s Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee (SIEC) has determined from a technical standpoint that an opt-out of FirstNet is far and away our best option, as evidenced by their unanimous 15-0 vote.” READ MORE
A really interesting look at what’s next for New Hampshire’s retiring Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Thomas Andrew, in Saturday’s New York Times, from postmortem exams to saving young souls before they’re lost to drugs. READ MORE
Customers are encouraged to make all DMV transactions for driver licenses and registrations in advance of expiration dates if they expire during the transition period, and to expect some delays after the new system is in place. READ MORE
Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald announces that his office has joined with attorneys general from around the country in signing a letter to credit reporting firm Equifax requesting that it disable links for enrollment in fee-based credit monitoring service in the wake of the massive data breach impacting 143 million people. READ MORE