With tag: new_hampshire
Busy campaign week in NH starts with Biden
Senator Joe Biden
kicked off a flurry of visits to New Hampshire by the two presidential campaigns with a town hall
forum where housing market worries topped voters' concerns.
NH regulators to have 'major' news on UBS branch
New Hampshire securities regulators say they'll have a major announcement today about
their investigation of a company that underwrites student loans in the state.
NH working on student loan problem
Turmoil in the
financial markets has driven many lenders out of the student loan market,
leaving students struggling to pay their fall tuition. That's a problem that New Hampshire officials are working on.
Midday Newscast: August 5, 2008
Here are the top stories at noon:
Rutland has adopted a new ordinance restricting where convicted
sex offenders can live after their release from prison; A big swath of forestland in northern New Hampshire has been
preserved with the help of snowmobilers, anglers, preservation groups
and an anonymous donor...
House passes NH-inspired Michelle's Law
The U.S. House of
Representatives has passed Michelle's law, the federal version of a New Hampshire bill that would allow seriously ill or injured
college students to take up to one year of medical leave without losing their
Some stone walls disappearing in N.H.
Some old stone
walls in New
disappearing. Officials believe
the walls are disappearing to fuel future landscaping projects.
By Jane Lindholm
kids are packing their swimsuits, sleeping bags, and mosquito repellant and
heading off to summer camp. We talk
about what kids learn from the
experience today. Also, we hear from John Gregg about New Hampshire's role in the presidential election, and we look back at the week's top stories.
Consultant sought delay in FairPoint takeover
Communications reluctantly agreed to a two-month delay in completing its
takeover of Verizon's northern New
England landlines after a
consultant funded by regulators expressed concern about FairPoint's readiness
to assume full control.
NH lawmakers back at the negotiating table
New Hampshire lawmakers are back at the negotiating table today as
they try to arrive at compromises on dozens of bills by Friday's deadline.