In Depth NH News
NHPBS Explores Demand for Paid Caregivers in Aging NH
New Hampshire PBS, in partnership with the Endowment for Health, explores caretakers in aging NH in the upcoming program Call to Care NH premiering Thursday, October 26 at 8:30 pm.
PUC Sides With Public’s Right-to-know On Eversource $100 Million Question
In an order issued Tuesday, the state’s Public Utilities Commission rejected Eversource’s request to keep secret how much extra consumers are paying for electricity from a biomass plant in Berlin.
ACLU in Federal Court Friday to Stop Deportation of NH’s Indonesian Nationals
Hearing in Federal Court in Boston: Lee Gelernt, deputy director of the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project, says: “In its rush to deport as many immigrants as possible, ICE is putting families who have lived in the United States peaceably for decades in grave danger of being persecuted or killed. This must be stopped.”
Blasting Media Coverage As ‘Skewed,’ IBEW To Report Daily On Northern Pass Hearings
Criticizing media coverage of the Northern Pass Transmission project, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers says it is starting a daily blog to report a "balanced" look at the ongoing Site Evaluation Committee hearings, but wouldn’t say Wednesday night who is writing it or funding the effort.