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How immigrants drive New Hampshire’s economy

Without newcomers, New Hampshire’s population would shrink and with it, the state’s economy. Some business owners say the state needs to do more to attract new Americans.

A federal government shutdown would have wide-ranging effects in New England

More than 60,000 federal employees work in the region, and they could be facing halted paychecks.


National institute will build on N.H.’s workplace program for people in recovery for substance abuse

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu will serve as honorary chairman of The Recovery Friendly Workplace National Institute and lead its advisory board, the White House announced Thursday.


Teatotaller Café owner won’t let hate groups stop drag story hour

The Concord, N.H., café has been targeted by far-right, neo-Fascist activists because of the café’s drag story hour events.

Hillel Stavis, innovative founder of Harvard Square’s WordsWorth Books, dies

“That reverential moment when somebody walks into a bookstore is a different kind of experience,” Mr. Stavis said.


Musical performances from The Word Barn in Exeter, N.H., hitting NHPR airwaves

A new hour-long program will broadcast weekly on Friday and Sunday evenings, contributing to “an oasis on the weekends.”


US Senator Jeanne Shaheen’s small business story

The major issues Shaheen believes small businesses face in New Hampshire will likely sound familiar: workforce issues, housing, access to capital, and child care.

Epoch Preservation uses artistry and attention to detail to bring historical gravestones back to life

The company repairs more than 250 gravestones a year, working in cemeteries across New England, primarily focusing on Boston, the North Shore, and southern New Hampshire.