The U.S. Education Department said Wednesday that the federal law that bans sex-based discrimination in education extends to gay and transgender students, the latest move in a broad effort by the Biden administration to roll back Trump-era restrictions on transgender students' rights.
A Superior Court judge has set a July 30 date for the resentencing of Antwan Stroud, the young Black man initially sentenced to 30 days in jail for his role in the Black Lives Matter unrest on South Willow Street last year.
Officials with the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter have announced an $8.5 million capital campaign to renovate the former Sacred Heart School building on Spring Street into a new, expanded emergency shelter for individuals and families.
With camera running, Marc Manchon enters small town offices, city post offices and other government buildings. He stands outside the gates of wastewater treatment plants, defense contractors and other companies that do business with government.
The Attorney General blocked a request by racial justice activists on the governor’s police accountability commission who wanted to meet to discuss how pending legislation might impact the commission’s recommendations, saying he thought the issue was beyond the group’s purview.
Keene’s Machina Kitchen and Art Bar co-owner Danya Landis spoke to a Victim Rights Law Center panel on Thursday about being a socially responsible employer and putting a stop to sexual harassment in the workplace.