October 2017

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Creative ways to reduce college costs

Yes, you can make college more affordable

Financial aid Q&A

Aid can be based on several criteria including family income, student academics or program of study.

I’m not ready for college —what do I do?

Whether you are hesitant or don’t want to pursue post-secondary education, you have options

On-the-job training opportunities

Internships and apprenticeships will help you get ahead

Local colleges and employers are partnering for success

Community colleges are working with NH employers to develop skill-specific programs

Jump at the job opportunities

Experts weigh in on the industries that will be looking for workers in New Hampshire

Pave the way for your career

Start early, be proactive and think beyond your classes when considering your options

We are all in this together

Parents, teachers share the same hopes and fears

Family time, interrupted: the life of a Unitil employee

If there’s anything I’ve learned from my time at Unitil, it’s that a little preparation can go a long way in helping you and your family ride out any storms that come your way.

Dates for this year's NH pumpkin festivals

It's time to celebrate New Hampshire's official state fruit with the NH Pumpkin Festival, Milford Pumpkin Festival and other pumpkin-themed events

How to talk to your child about death

It’s important to ‘normalize’ death as part of the life cycle

Pumpkin dinner and dessert recipes

Recipes include: Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Squares and Pumpkin Quinoa Bowls with Black Beans and Chorizo

Not backing down

I did what I could to change my daughter’s mind, but she didn’t, and I couldn’t be more proud

Anxiety and mental health in children

Equipping parents with resources and skills to keep their child healthy

What you need to know about scoliosis

Scoliosis progresses with growth spurts in height and it can run in families, usually on the mother’s side.

CTE: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy

Sorting out the facts from the media frenzy

How do I know if my child has a speech disorder?

Parents should pay attention to these developmental milestones

Reading, writing and jump rope

Physical education has developmental benefits for the brain

Raising civic-minded and engaged youth

How local schools and families are raising children to be civic-minded and knowledgeable about the world around them

Two great products for Fire Prevention Month

Keep your home safe with the Mini Firefighter and Onelink wi-fi environment monitor

Art meets technology with DabitZ

With an innovative app, imagination is the only limit for what you can make.

Kids will want to go to bed with Yogibo

The Roll Mate from Yogibo is the the ultimate solution for those who want the coziness of a body pillow without losing space on the bed.

Local hiker’s tale

Local author Brian Macdonald wrote the book to honor his Uncle Bob

Merrimack mom and Prader-Willi Syndrome advocate honored

Prader-Willi Syndrome is a complex genetic condition that causes a constant sense of hunger and can lead to a number of physical, mental and behavioral problems.

Little Free Libraries pop up all over Nashua

The Little Free Libraries are comprised of a small house about 2 ½ feet square on a post and are filled with free books.
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