MANCHESTER — The director of the Manchester VA Medical Center, Alfred Montoya, has been appointed as the next director of the VA health care system in Connecticut, the Department of Veterans Affairs has announced.
Annie’s Angels Memorial Fund will host its annual motorcycle rally ride Saturday, Oct. 5, to support its program Chris’ Pets for Vets and The Voice Library's Military & First Responders Family Story Project.
The Londonderry High School Gridiron Club and American Legion Post 27 are looking for veterans to stand on the school’s football field during the National Anthem during the Whiteout for Veterans game Friday, Sept. 20.
CONCORD — Military supporters of U.S. Senate Republican candidate Don Bolduc of Stratham were crying foul at a fundraising appeal Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer recently made on behalf of U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s reelection.
In a new plan for policies around veterans’ issues, California Sen. Kamala Harris said she wants to help more veterans and military families get more help from the Department of Defense and Veterans Administration—including veterans who did not leave the military with an honorable discharge.
Veterans’ families are pressing Congress to address an unintended consequence of President Donald Trump’s signature tax law: higher tax bills for the children of deceased service members who receive certain benefits.
Federal officials are investigating as many as 11 deaths at a VA hospital in West Virginia for “potential wrongdoing,” they announced last week in an inquiry that has rocked the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Cheshire County vets can attend the Keene Farmers' Market on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the Hinsdale Farmers' Market on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. throughout the month of September to receive $20 in vouchers.
CONCORD — All present and former members of the New Hampshire National Guard must receive an interview for any state job they apply for and are qualified for under an executive order Gov. Chris Sununu signed Monday.
CONCORD — The veterans group that sponsors the oldest continuing POW-MIA vigil in the country is asking a federal court to allow it to intervene in a case that centers on whether a former POW’s Bible can be featured in a lobby display at the Manchester VA hospital.