New Hampshire

Arts & Culture
2:24 pm
Wed January 15, 2014

Rare Beethoven Manuscript Going To The Highest Bidder In New Hampshire

The rare Beethoven manuscript going up for auction in New Hampshire.
Credit Courtesy: RR Auction

An exceptionally rare scrap of music written by Ludwig Von Beethoven goes on the auction block Wednesday night at an auction house in New Hampshire. The single page document, which Beethoven apparently tore out of a sketch pad, provides rare insight into the composer’s creative process.

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Environment
2:02 pm
Thu December 19, 2013

Regional Rift Over Who Should Pay for Power Lines Across New England

Federal regulators are being asked to resolve a regional rift over who should pay for new power lines needed to carry renewable electricity to southern New England.

Vermont has joined New Hampshire and Rhode Island to oppose the cost-sharing formula being promoted by Massachusetts, Connecticut and Maine. The question now before federal authorities is how much rate payers in Vermont should pay for a power line project that mainly benefits people in southern New England.

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Environment
4:22 am
Tue November 26, 2013

Should RI Pay For Power Lines Running Through Northern New England?

Rhode Island would benefit from renewable energy from power lines that would run through New England.
Credit RIPR FILE

Southern New England, in particular Massachusetts and Connecticut, needs more renewable generation to meet their clean-energy mandates. But the supply to meet that demand is mostly in the north wind power from the mountains of Maine, or hydroelectricity from vast reservoirs in Quebec. 

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Scott MacKay Commentary
8:22 am
Mon July 29, 2013

To Stabilize Power Costs, Rhode Islanders Need to Look North

Our  air conditioners have been working overtime in this steamy summer. Our wallets will be lighter when the electricity bills arrive. Rhode Island Public Radio political analyst Scott MacKay says to stabilize power costs, Rhode Island needs to look north to Canada.

Flick the wall switch and the lights go on. Turn the knob; the stove heats up. Push a button; the air conditioner hums.

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RI News
8:48 am
Thu May 30, 2013

Brown Med Student Finds Most Hikers to Be Unprepared

A Brown medical student polled hikers in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and found most of them to be woefully unprepared.
Credit SBEAM / FLICKR

An overwhelming majority of hikers head out into the woods unprepared, according to new research done by a Brown University medical student. Older hikers tend to be better prepared than their younger counterparts, but both groups fall short on necessities.

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Morning News Podcast
10:22 am
Mon February 4, 2013

Monday, February 4, 2013

A Warwick man was working at the 2013 Super Bowl game. Tensions are flaring between the teachers unions and the Education Commissioner.   These stories and more on the RIPR Morning Podcast. 


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