It likely came as no surprise that Gov. Charlie Baker yesterday extended the state's stay-at-home order, originally set to end April 7, through May 4.
Setting up a classroom curriculum has never been easy, especially with the changing requirements from local and state education policy makers about what students should be taught. But with schools across the state closed until at least May 4, educators at all levels are facing huge challenge…
CHEERS to the homemade mask makers among us.
Cooped up in our homes, while anxious about returning to work and the rhythms of normal life, it’s only natural to want a sign that we’re gaining ground of the coronavirus. Early this past week it looked like we had something like that from a company called Unacast, which studies location da…
Many old habits and customs have fallen by the wayside the past two weeks.
The federal government did taxpayers a huge service in a time of crisis when it moved the tax filing deadline from April 15 to July 15. Now, the state of Massachusetts needs to follow suit.
Over the last few weeks, the state has taken unprecedented action in responding to the COVID-19 outbreak. The decisions we have made are tough — but they are consistently moving in step with the escalating COVID-19 crisis here in New Hampshire.
As citizens, we are currently faced with some of the greatest challenges we have encountered in recent memory.