Missing New Hampshire Boy’s Death Ruled Homicide: PM Patch NH

CONCORD, New Hampshire – The DEA along with Governor Chris Sununu and the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation are hosting a student summit across New Hampshire on Tuesday.

The Virtual Drug-Free Youth Summit hopes to educate middle and high school students about the dangers of substance abuse, the benefits of healthy living, and the local treatment resources available in their communities, according to the foundations. The summit will be broadcast live to more than 14,000 middle and high school students in 22 school districts across the state.

It will take place 9-10:30 a.m. live from the Studio Lab in Derry. View the event here.

Biological Sciences Scholarships Available

The Community College of New Hampshire System is partnering with the University of New Hampshire to offer students a Biosciences Track Scholarship that provides a range of academic, social and financial support to the winners, according to officials.

Pathways to Professions in Bioscience will offer 10 annual scholarships along with advising and research opportunities for a future career in the life sciences. Students will receive $10,000 annually for two years. Guidance will also be given by teachers, career preparation, and advice to students. Winners can also be eligible to receive another $5,000 for the Ecoquest semester abroad program in New Zealand.

For more information about this program, visit the P2Bio website.

$3.8 Million in Coastal Resilience Grants Guaranteed

The federal delegation of New Hampshire has received nearly $3.8 million in grants to support coastal resilience projects in an effort to protect against natural disasters.

About $3.1 million will go to the University of New Hampshire to “build coastal resilience to the broader Great Marsh System in New Hampshire and Massachusetts” and another $700,000 will go to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to analyze how to protect tidal communities and wetlands. The office of U.S. Senator Jane Shaheen said the funding was a significant increase over previous years as the state receives funding to restore habitats and protect communities, based on planning grants in previous years.

Funds available from the Catholic Archdiocese

Bishop’s Charitable Assistance Fund is accepting grant applications for the Winter 2021 Review Cycle.

Eligible organizations must submit a completed application and all required information no later than the business closing of December 15. Information and the application are available online at the Diocesan website: catholicnh.org/BCAF.

Organizations must be 501(c) 3s but can be any religious affiliation. The funds should be used to help meet the needs of New Hampshire residents.

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Tell the people of Manchester to take cover during the confrontation

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