What does it say about New Hampshire government priorities that it adds a new and unnecessary office (see related editorial today) but can’t provide its Site Evaluation Committee with someone to open the mail and inform the public about public hearings?

How on earth does Fidelity Investments intend to add 475 jobs in New Hampshire without the assistance of the state’s new Office of Outdoor Recreation Development? Or is the company, which is hiring 4,000 people nationwide, relying on this latest government office to reel in recruits?

With schools and tests and teaching much in the New Hampshire news of late, a few observations from our resident roads scholar.

New Hampshire ought to maintain its fall schedule for primary campaign contests and not move them to June, as the Legislature is now suggesting.

With Republicans now claiming a more conservative legislative direction in Concord, we wonder why they didn’t put a quick stop to another government-building bureaucracy.