School dress codes can be harmful to LGBTQ students and students of color, according to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, the investigative arm of Congress.
Child care leaders received what they are calling “devastating” news Thursday. As of Dec. 15, they will no longer be able to start new hires before their background checks are done, a process they say can take six weeks or longer.
These recent midterms have made history in more ways than one, especially for LGBTQ representation as James Roesener (D) of New Hampshire becomes the first openly transgender man in US history to be elected to state legislature.
The Patriots will have a bye week in the middle of the season to recoup from the opening half of the season, but it will also be a time to conduct some soul-searching offensively.
Cannon Mountain is looking to implement a new cloud-based ski lift ticketing system this month, after a state Parks and Recreation proposal was approved by the Executive Council last week.
More than 42 million Americans by mid-afternoon on Monday had gotten a jump start on Tuesday’s midterm elections, casting their votes through mail-in ballots or by heading to in-person early voting centers.
As a social studies teacher, I rely on high-speed internet daily and understand how important it is in today’s society.
Anyone who gets a first-hand glimpse into experiencing the health challenges brought on by mental illness soon comes to see how often these afflictions and the people who face them are misunderstood, maligned, dismissed, or distrusted.
All polling places are required to have at least one accessible voting machine for federal elections, but as communities across New Hampshire age, reliance on what’s known as “One4All” technology is expected to grow.
New Hampshire will receive nearly $104 million for energy rebates and fuel assistance, according to announcements from the U.S. Department of Energy and the state’s congressional delegation on Wednesday.