WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Four college freshmen from New Hampshire involved in 4-H or FFA each received a $1,000 scholarship from the New Hampshire trustees of Eastern States Exposition at its annual luncheon on The Big E fairgrounds in West Springfield, Mass., Sept.
University of New Hampshire student Ian Gagnon, of Enfield, thanks family and friends after receiving the College Student of the Year Award as event host Virginia Prescott looks on during the Rising Stars Awards in Manchester Monday.
Democratic Executive Councilor Christopher Pappas and Republican candidate Robert Burns appear to be winners of Tuesday's primary election for District 4 executive council, which includes local towns of Barrington, Northwood, Lee, and Nottingham. As of this morning, New Hampshire Public Radio is reporting that with 28 out of 30 precincts in the district having submitted their results, Pappas won the primary election after receiving 5,003 votes.
Although Republican candidate Brian Dobson received more votes in Northwood than his competitor, Harriet E. Cady, in the primary election, it was unclear Tuesday night who was the overall winner in the District 32 GOP state representative primary. In Northwood, Dobson got 272 votes, while Cady got 121 votes on the Republican side.