As there is no current contract, I’m going on my fourth year, out of the past five, without a step increase. Attached I have done the math to show you how much income 40 percent of the educators are losing every year and the long-term accumulation of this loss. READ MORE
In the race for U.S. Congress in New Hampshire’s First Congressional District (NH-1), there is only one candidate who carries the mantle of Rachel Carson, Bill McKibben, and the long heritage of American environmental concern, and that is environmental scientist Mindi Messmer. READ MORE
There are 11 candidates to choose from in the Democratic primary race. The headcount may overwhelm, but the evidence clearly points to one who is overwhelmingly more qualified than the rest of the pack: Naomi Andrews. Here’s why. READ MORE
We have celebrated our support in the community every step of the way, and we want to invite the community to celebrate ours. Recently one of our two founders, Manuel Ramirez, stepped down from the board to take on a role as our first full-time Artist in Residence.
Since Liberty customers pay for the “unaccounted for volumes,” and the leaked gas impacts the climate, perhaps Liberty should release a detailed report and supporting data explaining the losses? READ MORE
We do hope everyone in Manchester who is against increased traffic, crime and pollution will come out to City Hall on Thursday, March 15 at 6 p.m., wearing red. We will be patient as we await our issue – last on the agenda. READ MORE
Residents of the Wellington Hill area, hundreds strong, have been packing the planning board meetings since November 2017 to implore on the board our real-life objections to the construction of this project. READ MORE