Don’t look now, New Hampshire, but your student population is shrinking. On second thought, do look now and start planning for it. Read more
Two meetings important to the future of Manchester public education and Manchester taxpayers are scheduled for this Wednesday and Thursday evening. We address the Wednesday meeting in a separate editorial today.
The existing Manchester school board will meet at Memorial High this Thursday night to review and possibly accept the Manchester Proud group’s plans. How a future school board will be constituted is the work of the new School District Charter Commission. And its nine members want to hear from you.
Recently proposed New Hampshire legislation would toughen criminal sentences for drunk or drugged drivers in incidents in which someone dies. Emotional testimony at the bill’s hearing suggested that such a law might have prevented these deaths.
”Woman with five DWIs pleads guilty, gets five more days in jail.”
Once again, the nation will collectively stop what it’s doing Monday and spend a single day reflecting on the importance of: Skiing? Car sales? The coming baseball season?
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Monday, February 17, 2020
Saturday, February 15, 2020
Friday, February 14, 2020
- Letter: Relief from high Rx costs
- Letter: Time for Medicare for all
- Letter: Thank you poll workers
- Letter: AR-15 isn't an assault rifle
- Letter: Protecting vulnerable seniors isn't gun control
- Letter: Do more than plant trees
- Letter: Support limiting nuclear arms
- Letter: Just turn the drugs in
- Letter: Encourage renewable energy
- Letter: Trump opposes abortion
- Letter: Can't care for a pet? Ask for help
- Letter: Trump rolling back environmental progress
- Letter: When vice becomes virtue
- Letter: Barrington library and community center
- Letter: Puppy and kitten sellers
- Letter: Return to biennial legislature
- Letter: Pete and Andru
- Letter: Education freedom
- Letter: Born Alive Act is enlightening
- Letter: Support Timberlane withdrawl