In The News
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, D-N.H., met with veterans, employment specialists and business owners to hear how veterans navigate employment services in the state, and how they may be better served.
U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster, D-NH, hosted a passenger rail summit discussing ongoing and upcoming rail projects around the Northeast on Oct. 19, 2015, in Nashua.
Rep. Ann McLane Kuster began her political career with a successful run for student council in seventh grade.
On Tuesday morning, Kuster returned to that moment, kicking off Windham Middle School’s seventh-grade elections by answering students’ questions about campaigning and sharing stories from her experiences.
Working with U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, White Mountains Community College is again looking at establishing a dormitory at the college.
To the Editor:
Here in New Hampshire, you would have to look pretty hard to find a family that doesn’t have a woman that has sacrificed her career to be a caregiver for a loved one. Many people don’t realize that in order to be a home caregiver, you’re losing out on Social Security benefits.
Student loan debt and access to start-up capital were the primary topics of discussion at Tuesday’s roundtable with state and national leaders.
Congresswoman Annie Kuster hosted a group of young entrepreneurs from the Greater Nashua area to speak with Rep. Eric Swalwell, a congressman from California’s 15th District, about opportunities for millennial Americans.
All three members of the Congressional delegation on hand — Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, a Democrat of Madbury, Sen.
Lebanon — The Community College System of New Hampshire has purchased the larger of two former Lebanon College buildings on the pedestrian mall in downtown Lebanon.
Manchester resident Linda Grant had been mostly quiet during a roundtable discussion Monday about the challenges women face during and after military service. But before U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster left the event, Grant approached the congresswoman.
PETERBOROUGH — The looming deadline to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, which expires at the end of June, is already affecting New Hampshire businesses, business leaders told U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster and Export-Import Bank chief of staff Scott Schloegel on Thursday.