In this month’s Where We Live issue, I wanted to try to answer the question: What is home?
Early in April, Dartmouth-Hitchcock hosted its first-ever Youth Summit, two days of exploring issues that impact youth and families.
Instead of breaking out the checkbook, the best thing parents can do for their kids is to encourage them to excel, to take ownership of their education and become lifelong learners
In New Hampshire, the politics that most affect families, specifically those who own homes, are at the local level.
In addition to spending time with your sweetheart, why not show your community some love by volunteering or donating to an organization that’s making life better for children and families?
When the whirlwind winds down to a dull roar, you realize what’s next is working to make the publication even better.
For as long as I can remember I have compulsively applied order to everything, so I did not understand the hodgepodge of holiday decor and why everything couldn’t look like it went together.
If there is something good that comes out of recent events, it’s that men and women are talking more about sexual assault.
Just a quick flip though this month’s issue and you can tell that I think Halloween is a pretty big deal.
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of reading through dozens of essay contest submissions for our fourth annual contest, in which I asked kids and teens to answer the question: “What is your most prized possession?”