New Hampshire is meeting many goals in serving the oral health needs of residents yet disparities continue to exist, according to a new report from the NH Department of Health and Human Services. READ MORE
The state’s two largest Chambers of Commerce, economic development and rail advocates expressed unwavering support for passenger rail expansion from Boston to Nashua and Manchester, despite a narrow New Hampshire Senate vote May 12 against restoring funding for the New Hampshire Capitol Corridor rail expansion project. READ MORE
A physician treating inmates at Valley Street Jail for the past dozen years faces a disciplinary hearing May 4 involving several cases of alleged medical misconduct over the past five years, ranging from negligence to “telemedicine” violations that include making treatment decisions without actually seeing patients.
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services on April 13 announced new and updated drinking water well test results for perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in Litchfield, Manchester (on Brown Avenue) and Merrimack, and that the private-well water testing area is being expanded from a 1-mile to a 1.5-mile radius from the Saint-Gobain facility in Merrimack. READ MORE
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) announces night work associated with the construction of Interstate 93 northbound from the weigh station in Windham to a half-mile south of the Exit 4 interchange. READ MORE