The new Communications, Enrollment and Student Life office is meant to help students who are exploring Plymouth State as an option, guide them through the enrollment process and enrich their experience on campus. It brings together the marketing and communications office, recruitment and admissions staff and a student life group that encompasses recreation, clubs and other programs.
Proponents of the proposed Granite Bridge natural gas pipeline and storage facility in Epping are trying to build support for the project as the state’s Public Utilities Commission prepares for a final hearing in early December.
President Trump has approved a major disaster declaration for Grafton County. Last month, severe rains and flash flooding caused significant road damage.
“This is an effort for us to support our members. This is their big event and opportunity to sell their work that they work on year-round, in some cases. But more importantly, we’re supporting and trying to keep the craft relevant,” says League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Executive Director Miriam Carter.
A charitable foundation has awarded nearly $1 million in grants to programs that help families in northern New Hampshire.