A new AARP Public Policy Institute report shows that 168,000 New Hampshire residents provide unpaid care—valued at $2.8 billion—to an adult relative or friend.
AARP New Hampshire is recruiting volunteers who want to get involved with the 2024 presidential primaries and general election.
Join AARP New Hampshire for a free online presentation—Outsmarting the Scam Artist: The Psychology of Fraud—to be held on Tuesday, April 25, at 6 p.m.
Beer isn't just for keggers and brew pubs. The bubbly beverage can add a special flavor to some of your favorite foods.
Join AARP New Hampshire for “Ireland With Michael Live,” an evening of Irish music, dance and culture on Thursday, March 23, at 8 p.m., at the Capitol Center for the Arts (44 South Main St., Concord).
Granite Staters are bracing for rising utility bills while already dealing with high inflation. Here are some ways to make those energy bills a little more reasonable.
Visit the Millyard Museum with a friend for just $3 each through the end of 2022. The museum, at 200 Bedford St. in Manchester, features the permanent exhibit “Woven in Time: 11,000 Years at Amoskeag Falls,” which tells the story of Manchester and its people.
Buddy the Elf, known for his contagious good cheer and sugar-fueled diet, will be singing about his adventures onstage at the Music Hall, in Portsmouth.
Winter is nearly here, and your avian friends could use a little help.
In today’s world, high-speed internet is no longer a luxury. For school, work, health care and other activities, it’s a daily necessity. Now there’s a national program to help eligible Granite State residents who are struggling to afford high-speed internet.
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