PLYMOUTH — Plymouth State University held commencement exercises Saturday for two classes affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with the keynote address delivered by one of the medical experts who directed the response to it.
For the Class of 2021, the first of this year’s commencement ceremonies on Saturday were another reminder of the disruption that has marked their college careers and their newfound flexibility and resilience.
AMESBURY, Mass. — Acting Superintendent Elizabeth McAndrews can now drop "acting" from her title after the School Committee voted unanimously Thursday to name her the district's new leader over two other finalists.
School officials in Litchfield say they recently lost two longtime custodians because the workers were offered better wages in other districts — as much as $4 to $6 more an hour, as well as a $750 sign-on bonus for at least one of them.
More than 600 Derryfield School alumni have signed an online petition calling on the school to remove a parent and conservative advocate from the board of trustees at the private school in Manchester’s North End.
The New Hampshire Attorney General has overspent the money set aside for lawyers by more than $2.4 million, and it is seeking to spend more in the ConVal education funding lawsuit, according to documents filed in court this week.
Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig and Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess joined seven of their counterparts and several school board chairs across New Hampshire in signing on to a letter voicing concerns over a controversial school voucher bill and the impact it could have on local school districts.
A program teaching students at Keene High School’s Cheshire Career Center how to care for infants and toddlers in a daycare setting is getting shelved after state officials said it does not meet the aim of the career education program.