In this weekend's editions
Celebrity fashion stylist and Rochester native Derek Warburton works with one of his models on stage at a fashion show Saturday afternoon at Macy's in the Mall at Rockingham Park in Salem. (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
Warburton gives through style
Best known for his work in the world of high fashion, Derek Warburton was back in his home state recently, offering styling tips to women during an appearance at the Mall at Rockingham Park. It was long way from his base in Manhattan and his life as celebrity stylist “Derek Fabulous” and a longer way still from the life he once led as a homeless teen.
Hospitals team up
Five hospital systems covering nearly half the state’s population are embracing a data-driven approach to improving health care and reducing costs through their collaborative Granite Healthcare Network. The organization, which includes Concord Hospital, Elliot Hospital, LRGHealthcare, Southern New Hampshire Health System and Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, will rely on business analytics to help the hospitals prepare for a rapidly changing future. We’ll tell you how.
Building a financial plan has gotten cheaper – and easier. More companies are offering low-cost or less expensive hourly fees that differ drastically from the thousands of dollars and minimum required investments at larger firms. In January, for instance, LearnVest.com began offering financial-planning packages for less than $300. We tell you which firms to seek out, what to expect (some don't offer investment advice) and how to get started.
Savings add up
If a penny saved is a penny earned, how great is it when you can save dollars? Gas prices are hovering around $4 a gallon these days, so consumers are looking for savings. The coupons in New Hampshire’s Sunday newspaper can help with that search. Don’t miss out.
READER COMMENTS: 4
- Former Manchester school chief Tom Brennan dies a year after he retired - 6
- Speedway, NH casino called a natural fit, track's GM says - 8
- Federal data shows which doctors reap Medicare millions - 3
- Privacy foremost at hearing on NH bill to restrict government spying, commercial use of drones - 18
- Six months later, Abigail's disappearance still a mystery - 1
- Retired judge reprimanded, told remarks were sexist - 5
- Judge issues no ruling on county attorney's suspension - 4
- Retired judge reprimanded for sexist remarks - 0
- Manchester officer cleared in domestic assault is subject of probe - 1
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Garry Rayno's State House Dome: It's time to make legislative sausage - 0
- Memory of bombings remains vivid for those who were there - 0
- Ted Siefer's City Hall: No power play in aldermanic chambers, mayor in good spirits - 1
- On Baseball: Locke pitches game in minor league rehab - 0
- NH's top prospects happy to be part of Boston - 0
- Relative newcomers vie for Boston title - 0
- NH College Notebook: Franklin Pierce's King named to 18U coaching staff - 0
- Andy Schachat's On the Run: New Hampshire makes a big deal about Boston Marathon - 0
- Another View - Ahad Fazelat: How Medicare reimbursement numbers are misleading - 0
Man electrocuted at Keene brush fire
A cellphone ban: Ignoring inconvenient data
Mike Cote's Business Editor's Notebook: Restaurant owner faces up to challenge of Obamacare