Latest Keene, New Hampshire Stories
Entries from 15 Countries Accepted; Keene State Show Wins Best Drama KEENE, N.H., Nov.
Barton Associates, a leading national locum tenens physician, physician assistant, and nurse practitioner staffing agency, announces a new office location in Keene, NH, scheduled to open September
Antioch University New England is launching a graduate fellowship in conservation psychology, the first of its kind in the country, thanks to an anonymous gift. Keene,
People can now register for Local Solutions: Northeast Climate Change Preparedness Conference, the regional conference which will be hosted by Antioch University New England and EPA in May 2014.
Keene Systems latest whitepaper release simplifies the process of planning a software project by comparing it with the phases of building a house.
KEENE, N.H., May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Video journalists in Iran aren't the only ones at risk for due process violations according to libertarian blogger George Donnelly.
Programs in Southwest New Hampshire Receive New Books KEENE, N.H., Feb.
By Kibbe, Cindy Like many of New Hampshire's college students, Colin VanDenBerghe, a senior, was planning to move out of New Hampshire - he had his heart set on California - after graduating from Plymouth State University in the spring. A school project, however, changed his mind.
The storm that dropped over 10 inches of rain on the Keene, NH area this past weekend will be a more frequent phenomenon due to climate change, according to two New Hampshire researchers. Michael Simpson and Latham Stack headed a research team within the Environmental Studies Department at Antioch New England Graduate School in Keene, NH. Their recently completed study is groundbreaking because it is the first to identify the specific costs required to prepare for the more intense storms...
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