Poll: Jobs replaces COVID-19 as most serious problem in NH

Cabinet News

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – Just 10% of New Hampshire residents in a recent poll believe COVID-19 is the most serious problem facing the state, down from 36% in March and 48% in November, according to the University of New Hampshire Survey Center. The virus used to be the No. 1 problem listed in ...

ARTISANS – Eighty-eighth annual Craftsmen Fair set for Aug. 7-15

HB News

NEWBURY – Art lovers rejoice. The in-person extravaganza for all things creative and crafted is back. From Aug. 7-15, some 20,000 people will converge on the Mount Sunapee Resort to celebrate art with the 88th annual Craftsmen Fair presented by the League of N.H. Craftsmen. Attendees ...

Water conservation champs

Merrimack News

Merrimack residents Jim and Michelle Demerjian use common sense and creativity to nurture the spacious yard that surrounds their Greenleaf Street home, an abode they built 17 years ago that is serviced with well water. The setup prompts their goal of conserving every possible drop of water. ...

Special Announcement from Hollis Social Library

HB News

We are pleased to announce that The Hollis Social Library is the recipient of a $1,878.00 grant. Our grant funding is thanks to the federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and made possible by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the New Hampshire State Library. The grant ...