NH News Connection
WEEKLY FEATURE: Part of the Morning Report, as provided to WASR for broadcast.
NH NEWS CONNECTION is a production of the Public News Service, a network of committed journalists and long-time staffers building an independent news service committed to the public intererst. The service covers more than half of the nation at this time. The features are typically vignettes on timely and relevant topics to NH residents.
News Connection reports for New Hampshire, and some other states, are voiced by Monique Coppola. Monique's voice is very familiar to regular listeners of WASR, as she has been affiliated with WASR in various capacities since 2004. She has received awards from The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters for her work as a reporter, newscaster and talk show host. She covered the 2008 NH Primary and has interviewed a myriad of notables. Monique currently works as a broadcast journalist for Public News Service and covers a variety of issues for New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine.
Monique is missed at the studios of WASR, but are pleased to receive and broadcast her NH NEWS CONNECTION reports.
In Depth NH News
Order Details Denial Of Bid To Recuse 2 SEC Members Who Said No To Northern Pass
CONCORD - The Site Evaluation Committee on Thursday issued a written order denying a motion seeking recusal of two members of the panel that denied Northern Pass’ application - Public Utilities Commissioner Kathryn Bailey and Public Member Patricia Weathersby.
North Country Fishing: Blowing Out Boots and Catching Plenty
My son Reed and I have been to Pittsburg, N.H., a few times before, primarily to camp and watch moose. This was the first trip with fly rods which made it extra exciting.
Canidate Messmer weighs in on released report on drinking water
As reported by Politico earlier this month and after almost 6 months of suppression, the ATSDR was able to release results of important health studies in a report today that concludes EPA's drinking water advisory for perfluorinated chemicals in drinking water is inadequate to protect people from cancer and other chronic health diseases.
Suppressed Study: The EPA Underestimated Dangers of Widespread Chemicals
A major environmental health study that had been suppressed by the Trump administration because of the “public relations nightmare” it might cause the Pentagon and other polluters has been quietly released online.