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Special editions

Stepping Stones serves as a guidebook for people with disabilities, their families and the professionals who support them.

Stepping Stones includes real and inspiration stories as well as local resource listings and services.


New Hampshire Next is an annual publication that focuses on life after high school.

In this year's edition you will find articles on the job outlook in NH, paying for college, workforce training and more.

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What's happening

Easter egg hunts and Easter events

Here's a roundup of upcoming Easter egg hunts and Easter celebrations in New Hampshire.

Experience maple sugar time in NH

Find out what’s on tap in March for sticky sweet family fun

Which local museums to explore this winter

Escape the cold and get cultured at these kid-friendly New England museums
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Summer Camp & Program Expos

If you're thinking about sending your child to summer camp but don't know where to start, then we invite you to check out our FREE camp expos.

March 3 in Manchester and March 17 in Nashua.

More information >>

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Lawmakers must reject the school choice bill

In an editorial published last May, I argued Senate Bill 193, New Hampshire’s school choice bill, was a bad idea. Even with some changes over the past several months, it still is.

Time machine interruptus

I showed my daughter a Walkman and it went as well as you’d expect

Expectations vs. reality

Sometimes we have to go in a different direction on the parenting roadmap

Post-holiday health tips

Make a plan for you and your family

Managing anxiety

Students can succeed with a treatment plan and support

Democracy Deconstructed

Family FavoritesDemocracy Deconstructed is a special, four-part series that takes a closer look at how our democracy functions in New Hampshire and beyond.

Topics include civics education and how it is being taught in New Hampshire, teaching tolerance to children of all ages, participating locally in the democratic process and the role of media in keeping government accountable – all with a focus on educating our kids to be better and engaged citizens.

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