Editorials

Op/Ed: Education Innovation is the New Hampshire Way

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Frank Edelblut 0
There is growing disparity in student performance. Students who come from economically advantaged homes regularly outperform economically disadvantaged students. This is not a new development. It has been persistent for decades. What is alarming is that the disparity is growing. The very education system that is supposed to be the great equalizer is, in fact, becoming the great divider. READ MORE
Around Town

With city elections on the horizon, survey says: ‘Decisions are made by those who show up’

Monday, January 14, 2019 Brian Chicoine 0
Everyone has a different experience with their alderman as well as with various elected officials in our city, and the fact is that there are people who do not feel represented, and very well may not be as represented as they could be. But if we get involved and inform ourselves we can better impact our city elections and keep our city moving forward. READ MORE
Letters to the Editor

Letters: Restaurants serve guests and the community

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 Tom Boucher 0
Did you know that 94 percent of restaurants make charitable contributions? Whether to assist with a crisis, boost a community project or start a charitable program of their own (more on this in a bit), America’s restaurants are there to help by contributing food, donating their time, and writing checks. The charitable giving of America’s restaurants adds up to a staggering $3 billion a year. READ MORE