A Raymond woman was in the midst of her pregnancy when her private well tested positive for arsenic at 43 parts per billion. New Hampshire’s maximum contaminant level for arsenic in drinking water is 5 parts per billion.
Advocates for people with disabilities in New Hampshire are encouraging them to make a voting plan ahead of tomorrow’s election, by locating the correct polling station, reading up on voting rights and learning how to use accessible voting equipment.
Some New Hampshire Democrats have begun a write-in campaign for President Joe Biden since his name will no longer appear on the state’s 2024 presidential primary ballot.
Public policy too often seems inaccessible to people, since not many folks have the time to follow the ins and outs of governments.
On Oct. 12, National Farmers’ Day, Americans honor the hardworking people who keep the world fed and clothed.
Health advocates in New Hampshire want to ensure younger women know the potential risk factors for breast cancer, the second most commoncancer among women in the nation.
For decades, children have been taught to read along the “three cueing system.”
On a late August morning, the sky gray and spitting, thousands of balsam fir and white pine cones are spread across wooden trays in the “drying hut” at the New Hampshire State Forest Nursery in Boscawen.
Beyond the formalized health care system in New Hampshire, the health of Granite Staters is influenced by, and has an impact on, many population-level and individual factors.
Scientists in rural New England are working to better monitor and manage tick populations as climate change helps fuel their dramatic increase.