What we have learned this week is that our lawmakers aren’t opposed to bending over backwards to protect some of our vulnerable citizens, those being the employees of Planet Fitness corporate headquarters. READ MORE
Policymakers need to have a clear picture on the costs and benefits of passenger rail before making a final decision on whether or not to invest in it, which is why funding the engineering and environmental analysis phase is so critical. New Hampshire cannot afford to ignore exploring economic opportunities like passenger rail.” READ MORE
The company is accused of soliciting New Hampshire residents to enroll in its domestic violence, anger management and batterer’s classes under the false representation that these cases were approved and accepted by the State of New Hampshire.
The May 20 Senate Finance Committee voted to restore critical funding to the budget for some of the state’s most important programs, says committee member Sen. Lou D’Allesandro, D-Manchester. READ MORE
The complaint also alleges that funds raised were used for lucrative employment for family members and friends, cars, trips, luxury cruises, college tuition, gym memberships, jet ski outings, sporting event and concert tickets, and dating site memberships. READ MORE
New Hampshire Department of Corrections Commissioner William L. Wrenn presented medals and citation bars to seven officers at the New Hampshire State Prison for Men in Concord. For the first time since 1996 two of those officers received the Department’s highest level of recognition, which is the Medal of Honor.
One of New Hampshire’s fastest growing industry sectors comes together on June 10 at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center for its first-ever conference, bringing together some of the 350 companies in the state involved in aerospace and defense. READ MORE