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‘A bit of a roller coaster’: NH ski industry looks back on challenging winter season
06-13-2024 12:07 PM

By AMANDA PIRANI

Visits were down 6% at New Hampshire ski resorts this past season as a rainy winter created challenging conditions. That decline includes alpine, cross-country, and tubing visits, according to Ski New Hampshire, a trade association representing the...

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Parent-child bond is critical, even when in prison
10-04-2023 5:17 PM

By AMANDA PIRANI

Sitting at a metal cafeteria table with her brother and parents, a girl paints a beach scene onto a small canvas. She decides the sun should be pink, like the ribbons in her hair. The tables behind her are covered in toys and art supplies. Outside,...


Climate change is hurting NH farmers. Climate resiliency offers a path forward
08-05-2023 4:00 PM

By AMANDA PIRANI

New Hampshire farmers like Danny Hicks have faced one hit after another due to abnormal weather this growing season. Hicks, who owns Sunnycrest Farm in Londonderry, said a February cold snap took out most of the farm’s stone fruit, including summer...


Got Seaweed?  Could kelp help New England's declining seafood industry, climate change
07-17-2023 12:00 PM

By AMANDA PIRANI

RYE –Along the shores at Odiorne State Park, sparkling tide pools and gray boulders provide the perfect environment for Gabby Bradt, a marine biologist and fisheries specialist at the New Hampshire Sea Grant, to forage for yellow-green tendrils of...


Electric vehicle charging is an obstacle for NH renters and landlords 
06-30-2023 2:22 PM

By AMANDA PIRANI

When Kris Schultz and her husband finally decided to replace their 20-year old car, they opted to go green. In searching for a used vehicle that was both UAW-made and electric, one car fit the bill: a 2017 Ford Fusion. “I was very excited because the...


Is parole working in NH? Stakeholders to look deeper at the system
06-23-2023 10:48 AM

By AMANDA PIRANI

In 2017, more than half of those incarcerated in New Hampshire’s prisons were there because of a violation of probation or parole. That’s according to the most recent data from the Council of Governments, which showed that prison admissions in the...


How do PFAS interact with lake food webs?
06-13-2023 4:55 PM

By AMANDA PIRANI

This summer, Dartmouth scientists will be studying six New Hampshire lakes to learn more about PFAS in lake food webs. The study “will examine PFAS movement from lake sediment and water to fish and other organisms,” according to the project...


Bill establishing committee to study out-of-state waste headed to governor’s desk 
05-25-2023 5:30 PM

By AMANDA PIRANI

A bill to study the amount of out-of-state waste entering the Granite State will now head to Gov. Chris Sununu’s desk after passing both the House and Senate by a voice vote. Last Thursday, the House passed Senate Bill 159, which will establish a...

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