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A new relief fund for N.H. farmers who have been harmed by extreme weather this year

The Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire is accepting applications through Nov. 5


From new lodges to new lifts, N.H.’s ski slopes are rolling out improvements this winter

Ski New Hampshire is promising upgrades at some of the over 30 alpine and cross-country ski resorts they represent.


How hunters can help those who are hungry in N.H.

Last year, more than 2,000 pounds of meat was donated to the New Hampshire Food Bank’s “Hunt for the Hungry” program


What kind of income does it take to buy a starter home in Boston — and beyond?

If you’re looking to purchase a starter home in Greater Boston, get ready for a challenge.


Black Mountain ski area to remain open for 2023-2024 season, Tenney Mountain to reopen as well

The owner of Black Mountain still intends to sell it, but will operate this winter with help from Entabeni Systems. Meanwhile, Tenney braves tough business conditions to offer an affordable skiing option.


N.H.’s child care system is broken. They’re trying to fix it.

Data from the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute suggests the state could be lacking as many as 8,300 day care spots statewide.

Barnstable woman files suit against Loon Mountain claiming she was seriously injured at snow tubing site

The woman alleges she was seriously injured when she went airborne and crashed while using a “tot tube” without brakes on an adult snow tubing site at the Loon Mountain Ski Resort in New Hampshire in February, according to a federal lawsuit.


Vivek Ramaswamy campaign sued by N.H. landlord seeking $50,000 in rent

The entrepreneur’s campaign broke its lease right before Marianne Williamson moved into the building, and a prominent Ron DeSantis supporter was a prior tenant