I own and operate a 7 room bed & breakfast. I was closed down on March 16 when I was told I was non-essential. As a sole proprietor (no employees), I was—am—not eligible for the PPP, any SBA assistance, and unemployment has been a joke. The state closed me down
My hours were reduced (but at least I am partially employed!). According to NH Employment Security (NHES) I qualify for unemployment. After submitting my claim each week and not receiving money I called NHES. Even though I qualify, because I’m working others need it more than I. Except that I
I live in Nashua, NH and vote in Ward 9. I have voted in person in every election since I moved to Nashua in 2008. I did not vote in the state primary in September, because I am registered as a Democrat but my plan at that time was to
I am an HSP (highly sensitive person) with a general anxiety disorder. I’ve lived in New Hampshire for 15 years. I have grown to count on simple activities to help me learn to appreciate the positive things about our area: a stroll along the beach, a visit to our favorite
When people ask me how I’m doing, I give an honest reply: “I’m gaining weight and losing my mind. It should be the other way around!” I am a 63 year old retired man. Twelve years ago I was diagnosed with diabetes. This was the good swift kick I needed.
I started my business in March of 2008. A small barbershop in Somersworth NH. At the time, I was sleeping in the hallway in the back of the shop, cooking on a hot plate, and bathing in a Rubbermaid bin with a hose I hooked up from the sink. I