PNS Daily News - April 26, 2017
Among the stories we are featuring today: National monuments at risk under an expected executive order; the latest on negotiations to avoid a government shutdown; and attempts to overturn Citizens United ramp up.
HOPKINTON, N.H. - E. coli and salmonella: words that have made it into more news headlines lately. The recent recalls of tainted beef here in New England have Derek Owen, a small family farmer in Hopkinton, asking the question: "Do you know where your food is coming from?" He says most people do no
Support our troops…one hour at a time. It's something New Hampshire mental health professionals are doing in their offices and by phone: donating an hour a week to soldiers, veterans and their families. It's part of Give an Hour, founded in 2005 by Barbara Romberg, a psychologist in the Wash
Concord, NH - Go organic and make more money. That's the pitch to New Hampshire dairies, which are being offered zero-interest loans to help them through the certification process. Tara Bishop, with MicroCredit-New Hampshire, says her firm is partnering with Stonyfield Farm to help dairies make the
Manchester, NH – As a new U.S. Farm Bill is being written in Washington, an advertising campaign being launched in New Hampshire calls on Congress for change. The Senate is expected to take up a version passed by the House next week, but opponents say it provides too much help to corporate meg
Spring is the time of the birds and the bees, but one of those two may be scarce this year. A mysterious honeybee blight is threatening food crops across the country, including New Hampshire's homegrown agriculture. Julia Bovey of the Natural Resources Defense Council says no one can predict whe