How will the 2022 New Hampshire House of Representatives legislative session shake out?
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What began three years ago as a concern about a proposed new landfill beside Forest Lake State Park in Dalton has today grown into several pieces of waste diversion legislation that will be taken up at the statehouse in 2022
Seeking to strike a balance between Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle recreation and public safety, some local lawmakers are proposing OHRV legislation for 2022, to include a curb on speed and a mandatory safety course.
LITTLETON — What began as a first-of-its-kind show in town two years ago with a mobile sound stage and a big name musical act evolved into this year’s three First Friday arts and music events downtown.
When Evan Carlson, chair of NEK Broadband, moved to Sutton, he was told there would be options for internet access.
The year 2020 was an unusual legislative session for the New Hampshire House of Representatives, which could no longer meet at the statehouse after the pandemic struck in March.
Following Joe Biden’s victory on Saturday as president-elect, some local state representatives who worked on behalf of his campaign in New Hampshire recalled their first meeting, why he has their support, and what they hope will come out of a Biden presidency.
In an election that mostly favored Republicans, two local Democrats did all right and secured reelection.