Opinion

Felon to Freeman: Giving choices to those whose lives have been thrown off course due to incarceration

From the standpoint of a Black male and as a felon, I can tell you that the road is paved with obstacles and frustration. Our programs will provide mentorship, job training, health and wellness, financial education and even a clothing outlet to help men and women prepare for job interviews. These are just a few of the programs that we will have available. READ MORE
Opinion

Palm Sunday: Holy Week and the symbolism of the palm branch

Symbolically, Palm Sunday is a declaration of victory over sin. It marks the end of Jesus’ earthly ministry as, this week would be his last week before dying on Good Friday. All of the events of Holy Week would be understood more clearly after Christ’s resurrection, Sunday morning. Palm Sunday was a procession of a king of another kind. One that would die to save His people, and die to pay for the sins of the whole world. READ MORE
Opinion

What’s it going to take to end youth homelessness in NH?

Youth stay under the radar, they couch surf, work regular jobs, may even attend classes at school, and in many ways look like your average young adult.  They are resourceful and resilient, and they are often experiencing homelessness for the first time– which makes them especially vulnerable. Most Granite Staters aren’t aware of their existence. But we are. READ MORE
Letters to the Editor

Letters: Senators Shaheen and Hassan must do whatever it takes to get the For the People Act signed into law

The House is about to vote in support of the For the People Act (HR1/S1) which represents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to strengthen our democracy by putting more power in the hands of everyday people by strengthening our voting, elections, campaign finance, and ethics laws. Then it will be up to the Senate to pass the bill to get this game-changing bill on President Biden’s desk. READ MORE