Granite Geek David Brooks discusses the electric car chargers at NHTI, a Concord community college. With VW money coming to the state, other car chargers could see upgrades.
Granite Geek David Brooks wades into a political debate on whether New Hampshire should subsidize biomass power, which provides heat and/or electricity through the burning of wood.
In West Lebanon, an affordable housing apartment building is being constructed as a net zero facility with solar panels. Granite Geek David Brooks of the Concord Monitor explains why it's unique.
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The founder of the Ig Nobel Awards, Marc Abrahams, will answer your burning questions at the next Science Cafe on Tuesday, Sept. 4, at 6 p.m. at the Draft in Concord.
Two Dartmouth mathematicians created BASIC and timesharing for computers; Granite Geek thinks they should have a state historical marker.
Ron Pike spent 55 years working on the Monitor's presses and has seen a few changes in that time.
When does "lake" go before a name and when does it go after? Is there any rhyme or reason? The Granite Geek explores naming geographical fixtures.