The Early Warning Project is a prevention tool that utilizes data analysis, crowd forecasting and qualitative assessments to help policy makers identify countries at risk of atrocities to prioritize responses that could prevent such crimes.
The Manchester VA broke ground for a new facility at Somersworth’s Community-Based Outpatient Clinic on Monday. From left are Paul Zimmerman, Kevin Forrest and Bernadette Jao of the VA; Sen. Maggie Hassan; Rep. Carol Shea-Porter; retired Air Force E-5 James Alty; VAMC Director Alfred Montoya…
Suicide is a national public health issue that affects people of all backgrounds, not just those who have served in the military. And we know it’s preventable.
As veterans are honored in the month of November, many may not realize the challenges of everyday living for disabled service members.
Logan Krahn of Salem Boy Scout Troop 267 recently completed his Eagle Scout Project -- an American flag disposal pit -- at American Legion Post 63 in Salem. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Nov. 4 at the Post. In front, from left, are Ben Buckley, Danny Buckley, Krahn, Douglas Micklon and …
Franklin Savings Bank has visited Liberty House in Manchester and the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton to present each with a $500 donation in honor of our veterans.
The Kingston Veterans Club has donated the proceeds from its annual clam bake to the Warriors at 45 North. The gift totaled $1,000. The camp's founder, Jon Worrall, is a retired Army Sgt. 1st Class, who himself suffered a traumatic brain injury while serving in Iraq. From left are KVC Presid…
A Trump administration watchdog group concluded that most of the allegations whistleblowers at the Manchester VA Medical Center have made regarding the leadership style of upper management were groundless.
U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan voted Nov. 14 to approve bipartisan legislation to reauthorize, strengthen and support the U.S. Coast Guard.
Operation Hat Trick, a nonprofit that helps injured veterans, announced last week that it has reached the milestone of receiving $1 million in donations for charities that help thousands of injured service members recover from the visible and invisible wounds of war.
Camp Resilience provides sports, adventure activities, facilitated peer-to-peer counseling, and life skills programs for wounded warriors.
STRATHAM — The New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals found a different way to give back by allowing veterans to pick their price for a pet on Veterans Day.
HOOKSETT — This week, Southern New Hampshire University and Walgreens announced a new initiative that aims to provide career and educational opportunities to 5,000 U.S. veterans over the next five years.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 Maurice McQuillen Service to Fellow New Hampshire Veterans Award. To nominate a veteran for this award, send an email to Stephanie Baxter at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, your contact information and an explanation of how the i…
President Donald Trump has declared November as the second annual National Veterans and Military Families Month to “salute the brave and dedicated patriots who have worn the uniform of the United States, and … celebrate the extraordinary military families whose selfless service and sacrifice make our military the finest in the world.”
“Although the Shakers were pacifists, they supported the efforts of the country during World War I, just as their Canterbury neighbors did,” said Susan Bennett, executive director of Canterbury Shaker Village.
This Veterans Day, Friendly’s will once again say thank you to veterans and active military with a mouth-watering meal ... no wallets needed!