Colorado-based Vail Resorts Inc. announced Monday it has signed a merger agreement with Peak Resorts, putting three additional New Hampshire ski areas — Attitash, Wildcat and Crotched Mountain — under its control.
MOULTONBOROUGH – For more than 40 years, the Loon Preservation Committee has undertaken statewide monitoring, research, management and outreach to preserve the iconic birds that have come to symbolize the spirit of the wild.
CONCORD — A legislative rules panel embraced the nation’s toughest restrictions on PFAS chemicals in drinking water to the delight of environmentalists and the concern of business and municipal leaders who said they worried these new limits were too low and too quickly adopted.
Advisers in the Trump administration are recommending the President veto any defense authorization bill that includes millions for water contaminated from PFOA and PFOS chemicals, much of which was earmarked for New Hampshire.
JAKARTA — A 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck off the northeastern coast of Indonesia’s Sulawesi island late on Sunday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, prompting authorities to issue a tsunami warning for eight cities near the epicenter.
GUADALAJARA, Mexico — Drifts of hail from a freak storm partially buried tractor-trailers and cars in the Mexican city of Guadalajara, bringing families out on to the streets to play in ice piled high despite the summer heat.
It’s been nearly two years since the “Great American Eclipse.” Millions crammed into a 70-mile wide path of totality stretching from coast to coast, where the moon blotted out the sun to usher in a spontaneous nightfall. It was a planetary cavalcade unlike anything most had seen.
Town officials are saying Gov. Chris Sununu's veto earlier this month of a bill that would have expanded electric net metering has cost the town nearly $1 million in potential electricity savings for taxpayers.
The U.S. Air Force has diverted more than $66 million from other environmental cleanup efforts to address water contamination, and more than $35 million of that funding has been dedicated to the former Pease Air Force Base.
NASHUA — Although future plans for a 30-acre parcel acquired by the city three years ago are still are unclear, a small portion of the property will be reserved for the potential expansion of the wastewater treatment facility.
CONCORD — State corrections officials have started to provide Suboxone and related abuse-treatment drugs to select state prisoners in Berlin and will soon expand Suboxone-based treatment to prison facilities in Concord, they announced Monday.