WHILE WE’RE COOLING our jets waiting for Gov. Chris Sununu to announce if he’ll run for the U.S. Senate in 2022 — he says a decision is months away — he continues to bring talented campaign operatives into his office orbit.
A HIGH-POWERED national consulting firm has completed a $1.5 million assessment of how to make New Hampshire’s largest state agency more efficient and take the most advantage of federal grants to support its operations.
DEMOCRATIC CRITICS hammered Gov. Chris Sununu last fall for giving “flexibility” to school district administrators and school boards to decide how they would conduct public schools in the face of risks from COVID-19.
A polarizing presidential race, a blue midterm-election tidal wave and the falling dominoes of a duel for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination combine to give voters more choices than usual in the Sept. 8 primary.
GOV. CHRIS SUNUNU said he learned “very recently” that the state of Massachusetts Department of Revenue had issued a rule requiring New Hampshire residents with jobs in Massachusetts to pay income taxes while working remotely from home during the pandemic.
DEAR ABBY: This is a delicate situation. Four days after my boyfriend (whom I had been seeing for 8½ years) was killed in an accident, I found out he was married. He had claimed for years that he was divorced and even produced a copy of his divorce decree several years ago. It is a long story.
Last week, I got an email that reminded me of the dangers of retractable leashes. The improving spring weather likely means that more people will be walking their dogs. A few years ago, I wrote about this topic, relating an experience I had. This feels like a good time to reprise the topic.