A Raymond woman was in the midst of her pregnancy when her private well tested positive for arsenic at 43 parts per billion. New Hampshire’s maximum contaminant level for arsenic in drinking water is 5 parts per billion.
Gov. Chris Sununu aims to inspire a revival of civics education nationwide as surveys show Americans lack a solid understanding of just how our government works.
According to the report, business applications in the Northeast increased, with 64,005 new applications, a 1.1% increase from the previous month.
New Hampshire ranks second in the nation for healthy senior living, according to a new report.
Just as tourists converge on New Hampshire to take up seasonal residence, another mammal will make summer homes in sought-after barns, attics, and church steeples across the state.
New Hampshire experienced one of the country’s greatest percentage declines in child population over the past decade, according to a new report.
Researchers with the University of New Hampshire are taking to the skies to study the state’s increasingly fragmented forests.
When David Falkenham heard the state’s forester license is on the chopping block as part of budget talks in Concord, two words came to mind: “complete disaster.”
This is the heart of the ocean’s carbon pump, part of the natural ocean processes that capture about a third of all human-produced carbon dioxide and sink it into the deep sea, where it remains for hundreds of years.
New Hampshire Hunger Solutions will receive around $250,000 to do outreach about nutrition assistance programs, as participation lags.