The small town of Chesterfield, New Hampshire, is moving forward with a municipal broadband project shortly after a state law made it easier for communities to do so.
Granite Geek discusses a recent conference in which medical stakeholders, state officials and others gathered to tackle antibiotic resistance.
Access to a growing number of genetic databases, like genealogy sites such as Ancestry and 23 and Me, are helping law enforcement solve criminal cases, sometimes decades-old cold cases. But what does it mean for personal privacy? A panel of experts will take your questions at the next Science Cafe at Makris Lobster House on Sheep Davis Road in Concord on Wednesday, March 27, at 6 p.m.
David Brooks discusses the total solar eclipse those in Northern New Hampshire will be able to view in 2024.
Granite Geek covers two topics in one with a look at a recently released study that found that road salt correlates to metals in water.
Should companies provide information so that you can alter or repair your appliances yourself? Some say yes, since you bought the item; others say no because you could injure yourself or others. Granite Geek David Brooks explains the State House showdown.