The Saint Anselm College Survey Center at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics has launched its inaugural survey, assessing significant degrees of partisanship between Democratic and Republican voters in the state, as well as strikingly different solidarity within the individual parties.
“I leave with no regrets. Things have worked out much better than anyone could’ve predicted,” said Howard, on Thursday. “But I think maybe now it’s time for the Liberty House to move from a visionary to a manager, as they transition into the next phase. Visionaries are necessary for some aspects of change, but at a certain point an organization is big and stable enough that you don’t need someone rushing off to see what’s over the next hilltop.” READ MORE
A rally organized by Rights & Democracy NH filled the gymnasium at the YWCA on Sunday to standing-room only. The gathering of an estimated 500 people was part of a larger coordinated national response to Republican momentum to repeal the Affordable Care Act, as President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office later this week. READ MORE
Last year we asked three local soothsayers – Astrologer Dorothy Morgan, Numerologist Angie D’Anjou, and Psychic Medium Raven Duclos – to give us a clue. It was so much fun, we decided to ask them to take a crack at 2017. See what they had to say about the world, President Trump, the city of Manchester and the overall vibe of the coming year. READ MORE
And then the sports were over and the news came on. Immediately I could feel the anxiety that’s been in the pit of my stomach for the last several days uncoil like a snake and spread to my extremities. When the bartender made a shocking and disgusting comment I begged my sister to leave, please! I knew this was a mistake. READ MORE