Letter to the Editor: Michelle Flynn, Bedford NH- Republican Leadership

Letter to the Editor: Michelle Flynn, Bedford NH- Republican Leadership

This spring we saw the amazing results of Republican leadership here in the Granite State. From helping low-income families through school choice, to provide financial relief to small businesses, they truly went above and beyond expectations. This kind of thoughtful leadership helped New Hampshire navigate last year’s pandemic, and Governor Chris Sununu worked overtime to ensure the state would survive...

Letter to the Editor: Larraine Lencki, Manchester NH -Fiscally Responsible Candidate

Letter to the Editor: Larraine Lencki, Manchester NH -Fiscally Responsible Candidate

As a Granite Stater, I’ve always loved our tax-free approach. As one of the only states without an income tax, I feel grateful to live in a community that honors the hard work of its members. The fact that we were able to navigate through a global pandemic while using state funds to responsibly assist small businesses and vulnerable folks...

Letter to the Editor: Andrew Biron, Londonderry NH- Proud NH Resident

Letter to the Editor: Andrew Biron, Londonderry NH- Proud NH Resident

As someone who has grown up in New Hampshire, I truly appreciate the benefits of living in Granite State. Our ‘Live Free or Die’ attitude and tax-free economic approach hold many benefits for not just current residents, but future generations as well. After seeing the pandemic’s economic downfalls, it was concerning to see other states failing small businesses and the...

Letter to the Editor: Holly Jamieson, Bedford NH- State Budget 

Letter to the Editor: Holly Jamieson, Bedford NH- State Budget 

Our state budget, like any, is a series of choices and a strong indication of the government’s priorities. Governor Sununu proposed the most transformational budget for New Hampshire families in history, and it is already delivering results. For young families, seniors in retirement, to small businesses just getting started, this budget cuts taxes across the board. While New Hampshire had...

Letter to the Editor: Richard LaPlume, Derry NH

Letter to the Editor: Richard LaPlume, Derry NH

Due to an increase in federal funding, there are going to be many changes across the state when it comes to property taxes. This is going to allow granite staters to have integrity with their tax rates. Lower tax rates mean more money in our resident’s pockets. Then this will lead to more disposable income, creating more business for the...

Letter to the Editor: Joe Hanson, Milford NH – Property Tax Relief

Letter to the Editor: Joe Hanson, Milford NH – Property Tax Relief

One of the main complaints across New Hampshire is that property taxes have historically been very high. This is because New Hampshire does not receive taxes from sales tax. Now, with everything in life, this creates a double-edged sword effect. Not having sales tax decreases tax revenue, which means the New Hampshire government would need to supplement some other place....

Non-Perishable Food Distributed to 13 Local Social Service Agencies, Food Pantries and Churches

Non-Perishable Food Distributed to 13 Local Social Service Agencies, Food Pantries and Churches

For More Information, Contact: Tori Berube (603.231.1396) CONCORD, NH — The Capital Region Food Program (CRFP) distributed two tons of nonperishable food items to 13 area social service agencies, food pantries and churches as part of the program’s Year-Round Distribution Project (YRDP) on Tuesday, July 13th. CRFP partner agencies receiving food as part of the distribution included.:  Boscawen Congregational Church Food...