Fri 07 Dec 2018 : UnionLeader.com
BREASTFEEDING LAWSUIT BY FIRED DHHS WORKER HEADED FOR TRIAL
A former employee of the Department of Health and Human Services, who says she was fired for wanting to breastfeed her newborn at work, will finally get her day in court after a six-year legal battle.
Sun 02 Dec 2018 : Concord Monitor
CONCORD DOUBLES DOWN ON WINTER FARMERS MARKETS
Stephanie Doyle, 31, of Tamworth sells gourmet mushrooms at the New Hampshire Mushroom Company stand at the Winter Farmers Market at Cole Gardens in Concord on Saturday, Mar. 17, 2018. Larry Pletcher of Vegetable Ranch talks to customers at the Winter Farmers Market at Cole Gardens in Concord.
Tue 27 Nov 2018 : UnionLeader.com
HEAVY, WET SNOW CAUSING SOME CRASHES, CLOSINGS AND POWER OUTAGES
Heavy, wet snow early Tuesday caused slippery, slushy driving conditions, closed some schools and delayed the opening of others and knocked out power across a swath of the Granite State between Keene and Conway.
Sun 25 Nov 2018 : Concord Monitor
CAPITAL BEAT: SNEAK PEEK AT THE NEXT LEGISLATIVE SESSION
As the makeup of the new Legislature takes shape - with some first-time state senators and representatives about to be sworn in after the new year - members and State House staff are already working on the legislation that will define their next eight months. They're called "legislative service requests," and they allow representatives and senators to propose ideas that will be crafted into bills by the nonpartisan staff at Legislative Services, who mold the requests into actionable legislation that can be passed on to relevant committees.
Sun 11 Nov 2018 : UnionLeader.com
BEYOND THE STIGMA: EXPERTS OFFER "MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID"COURSE AIMED AT HELPING VETERANS
Participants in last week's Veterans Mental Health First Aid class in Manchester were asked to rank the severity of different physical and mental illnesses - and then compare how much money gets spent on treatment for each.