Emmanuel Audu, who is from Nigeria, hoped to earn a college degree close to where his lone American friend lived in Rhode Island. He chose Southern New Hampshire University partly because it was "cheaper compared to schools in Boston," Audu said last week.
Officials are holding a celebration for the White Mountain National Forest and plan to have events throughout the summer to remind the public of the land's history.
The U.S. Forest Service is inviting people to join them as they celebrate the forest with a centennial party featuring an exhibition of art, artifacts, and interactive experiences.
NH Charitable Foundation, Eastern Bank foundation seek to boost scholarships in high-demand industries
Tourism officials launch new tactics to attract more out-of-state visitors over the summer.