We dare you to dream of your own island! Welcome Island—situated in Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire—offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Nicole Slaughter Graham, provided by Published 3:30 pm PDT, Tuesday, July 31, 2018 Photo: Realtor.com Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Realtor.com Welcome Home! New Hampshire's Welcome Island Is a Private, Gorgeous Retreat 1 / 1 Back to Gallery We've all had that moment—the one where life becomes a bit too stressful and living on an island far, far away from civilization seems oh-so-appealing. For those of you who know this experience all too well, Welcome Island—situated in Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire—offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. "It feels like a tropical oasis," co-listing agent Becky … [Read more...] about Welcome Home! New Hampshire’s Welcome Island Is a Private, Gorgeous Retreat
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Katharine Q. Seelye New York Times July 28, 2018 MANCHESTER, N.H. — Catalina Celentano used to hold training sessions for hospital workers in Lynn, Massachusetts, to familiarize them with the cultures of patients from Cambodia, Russia and the Dominican Republic. When she moved to New Hampshire, she suddenly found herself in an ethnic vacuum.“I went from being able to speak Spanish every day to not speaking Spanish at all because there wasn’t anybody to speak Spanish to,” said Celentano, who was born in Colombia to a Colombian mother and Hungarian father. “The only person I spoke Spanish with was a cleaning lady and she moved back to Colombia.”New Hampshire, like its neighbors Vermont and Maine, is nearly all white. This has posed an array of problems for new arrivals, who often find themselves isolated and alone, without the … [Read more...] about New Hampshire, 94 percent white, asks: How do you diversify a whole state?
New Hampshire Wild pitcher Christian Telemaco throws in the first inning of the home opener on Wednesday night, June 27, 2018. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff The new sign on a door at Memorial Field for the new team in town. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff Wild second baseman Steven Figueroa gets ready to tag Plattsburgh runner Armando Valentine on the head during the first inning at Memorial Field on Wednesday night, June 27, 2018. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff League Commissioner Eddie Rodriguez does multiple things to promote the team in the press box for the New Hampshire Wild home opener at Memorial Field in Concord on Wednesday night, June 27, 2018. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff New Hampshire Wild DH Gus Constantino acknowledges the crowd as he is introduced to the crowd at Memorial Field on Wednesday night, June 27, 2018. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff The New Hampshire Wild against Plattsburgh at Memorial Field on Wednesday night, June 27, … [Read more...] about New Hampshire Wild opens semi-pro slate at Memorial Field
From UNH News Service: Granite Staters sometimes quip that New Hampshire is the center of the universe, but is it also the center of the leafhopper universe? Three decades of research by scientists with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire show that the state has more than 600 species of leafhoppers, or Cicadellidae, clearly surpassing the next largest family of insects documented in the UNH Insect Collection. “Leafhoppers are an important economic group, particularly for some tree crops such as peaches and cherries that are tremendously valuable products,” said Donald Chandler, entomologist and professor of zoology, who curates the UNH Insect Collection. “There are important diseases that are carried only by the leafhoppers that can devastate orchards and fruits, vegetables, and cut flowers.” Scientists with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at UNH have found more than 600 species of leafhoppers in … [Read more...] about Welcome to The Leafhopper State!
By TILAK NIROULA June 19. 2018 10:54PM Refugees from more than 30 nations make the Granite State their home. As of 2016, the total of 93,691 people in New Hampshire, or 7.3 percent of the state’s population, were native-born Americans with at least one immigrant parent.Unsurprisingly, the U.S. News & World Report has ranked New Hampshire No. 1 in the nation for economic opportunity. Between 2008 and 2015, an estimated 247,000 people moved into New Hampshire from other states. Politico ranks New Hampshire number one among all the states based on 14 attributes. Admittedly, I would say that both Politico’s and the U.S. News and World Report attributes are worth measuring.Today, June 20, is World Refugee Day. As I reflect on my journey to New Hampshire, I am so grateful to the United States and my new community for giving me another chance in life. As with many citizens, I would have preferred to remain in my homeland. However, beginning in the early 1990s, members of an … [Read more...] about Another View — Tilak Niroula: New Hampshire should be a place that welcomes refugees