Responding to a critical need for in-depth analysis of the Coronavirus Pandemic, New Hampshire PBS launches a new digital series. Hosted by GSNC Director Melanie Plenda, the series will explore solutions to the crisis and highlight local efforts to combat the virus and rebuild local economies.
The State We're In was the title of one of the first public television public affairs programs on New Hampshire PBS. Nearly fifty years ago the station was known as Channel 11- the New Hampshire Network. This series seeks to revive the in-depth reporting and civil discourse that once was the hallmark of public affairs and discussion shows in the state.
The State We're In is produced in partnership with the Granite State News Collaborative which is funded in part by the Solutions Journalism Network and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Production is also made possible by the Facebook Project Community Network Grant program in partnership with the Lenfest Institute for Journalism and the Local Media Association.
Though 2020 is behind us, the deadly virus that plagued us throughout the year.
â€˜Tis the season for feeling happy and sad for so many.
Weâ€™re in what typically is the season of giving and an important one for nonprofits.
Projected spikes in coronavirus cases and the possibility of another shutdown are looming.
However you make contact, the topic of politics is often front and center.
The economic downturn and unemployment is deepening the crisis.
Districts across the state are wrestling with the rise in COVID-19 cases.
The historic 2020 election has been a nail-biter.
Director of Research and Analysis at Citizens Count, shares election resources.
One of the keys to mitigating spread is contact tracing.
New Hampshire Deputy Secretary of State David Scanlon answers votersâ€™ FAQ.
Many businesses have been hit hard during the pandemic.
Covid-19 mixed with flu could leave the public and providers dealing with a â€œtwindemicâ€.
Food Insecurity is a growing concern in the Granite State.
On September 24th, Keene will be the epicenter of the third annual Radically Rural Summit.
Throughout the summer, NH managed to keep the number of Covid cases at a steady decline.
This is is shaping up to be an election year like no other,
New Hampshire's primary for all national and state offices is fast approaching.
One of the biggest fallouts from the Covid-19 pandemic in NH has been the economy.
New Hampshireâ€™s schools and economy are re-opening.
A national moratorium on evicting tenants from certain properties expired.
Recursos y Reglas de Desalojo.
State and local officials are grappling with how to keep their communities safe.
Melanie Plenda speaks to the series lead writers and Berlin Public Schools Superintendent.
NH has changed to add concern about Covid-19 as a reason to request an absentee ballot.
On June 9th and 10th, a record number of nonprofits will participate in NH Gives Day.
The New Hampshire Legislature has been on hiatus since the stay-at-home directive in March
COVID-19 has presented new challenges for people seeking substance use disorder treatment.
From having one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country, to one of the highest.
There are more than 130,000 small businesses in New Hampshire.
Granite State News Collaborative editors discuss the impact of the coronavirus.