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Tick bites are sending more people in the Northeast to the emergency room this year
07-27-2023 6:19 PM


Connecticut’s, tick-season, when ticks are most active, used to just be during the spring and summer. But with milder, shorter winters across the Northeast, ticks are now a year-round problem.Earlier this month, Connecticut officials were forced to...

Dartmouth student finds two new exoplanets
07-19-2023 4:50 PM


Lots of people picked up new hobbies during the pandemic. But during the lockdown, recent graduate Jack Duranceau began developing a particularly unique way to pass the time: researching young exoplanets and the stars they orbit.“The nice thing about...

Community power group sets energy prices for customers in 14 NH municipalities
07-05-2023 11:55 AM


The Community Power Coalition of New Hampshire, the state’s largest community power collective, unanimously approved discounted energy prices Friday. The new prices will go into effect starting in August, through the end of January 2024.Buying power...

Latest bid to legalize marijuana in New Hampshire bogs down in House committee
05-31-2023 3:57 PM


Confusion over policy detail and concerns over legislative process have derailed a late push by lawmakers in the New Hampshire House to legalize marijuana in the state this year.The House could still try to again pass a new legalization plan via floor...

Region expects to see climate migrants from elsewhere in US
05-22-2023 1:33 AM


As climate change fuels extreme weather and rising sea levels in the U.S. and across the globe, parts of New England could become havens of safety for those fleeing fires, heat and floods.Making room for more people was the theme of a conference held...

‘This is a prison. This is not a hospital’: Recent death renews concerns about conditions at NH Secure Psychiatric Unit:
05-09-2023 11:45 AM


Officials have shared little about what happened leading up to Jason Rothe’s death at New Hampshire’s Secure Psychiatric Unit on April 29, except that he died after a “physical altercation” with six correctional officers, who remain on leave pending...

NH, hospitals disagree on how long it should take to end ‘ER boarding’
04-26-2023 7:29 PM


State officials say they will need up to two years to fully eliminate wait times for inpatient mental health treatment, after a federal judge ruled New Hampshire must stop holding patients in psychiatric distress inside emergency rooms.A group of...

NH town files complaint against Eversource over community power
04-17-2023 7:50 PM


The town of Harrisville, N.H., has filed a complaint at the Public Utilities Commission against Eversource, saying the utility company has violated disclosure requirements in the state’s community power law.Harrisville is starting a community power...

UNH Law students walk out over ‘transphobic’ messages by campus group
03-30-2023 5:31 PM


Students at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law walked out of class Wednesday, protesting what they called the administration’s failure to act on complaints about two campus groups they say are spreading anti-trans hate.The...

New England Developer Center of Controversy
12-11-2016 12:43 AM

By Jack Rodolico

Laconia, n.h. — In the Marines, Dan Crim learned how to strap an air-tight respirator over his mouth and nose to protect himself from a biological threat. He was glad to never have to use one in a combat zone during his five deployments overseas.Now a...

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