Emily Corwin

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The High Cost Of Medical Marijuana Causes Pain In Vermont

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Though medical marijuana is legal in most states, some patients still have a hard time affording it. The federal government won't allow states to cover medical marijuana with Medicaid dollars.


Immigrant Families Find Soccer Shockingly Expensive To Play In The U.S.

Friday, May 26, 2017

Across much of the globe, soccer is played by the rich and the poor. A Latino soccer club in New Hampshire is helping immigrant children in the U.S. play what has become an expensive sport.


Trespass, Jail, Repeat: How One Man Has Spent 575 Days in Jail

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Michael Treadwell has schizophrenia and a drinking problem. He cycles in and out of jail on minor charges like public urination. It costs taxpayers major money, and he's not the only one.


Black Officer Navigates '2 Incompatible Worlds' On N.H. Police Force

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

On her way to work, police sergeant Lakeisha Phelps is routinely racially profiled by other officers. In Nashua, New Hampshire, Phelps is one of two black officers on a force of more than 170.


When Time Behind Bars Cuts Addiction Treatment Short

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Most inmates lose access to medication-assisted treatment for addiction once they're incarcerated. Among prisons and jails that do offer such treatment, it's often restricted to pregnant women.


Shortage Of Addiction Counselors Further Strained By Opioid Epidemic

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Counselors in the field of substance abuse rehabilitation earn roughly $40,000 a year, surveys show, and the work can be emotionally draining. Employee turnover is high, and likely to get worse.


Live Topless Or Die: Bare-Breasted Activists Hit N.H. Beach

Monday, August 24, 2015

On Sunday, a group of women relaxed on a popular New Hampshire beach — topless. Their mission was to decriminalize, destigmatize and desexualize the female body.


In New England, Recognizing A Little-Known History Of Slavery

Sunday, May 24, 2015

A burial ground including the remains of 18th century African slaves was uncovered in 2003 in Portsmouth, N.H. Over Memorial Day weekend, the city dedicated the grave site as a special memorial park.


Southern New Hampshire Takes The Brunt Of Recent Snow Storms

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

New England plow drivers are getting plenty of hours this month. Workers are pulling double and triple shifts to keep the roads clear, and they're running out of places to put the snow.


IRS To Treat Bitcoin As Property, Not Currency

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

The digital currency will be taxed like stocks. The IRS ruling provides some clarity to Bitcoin users and business owners who accept the virtual currency. But it means lots of record keeping.


Water-Skiing On Snow: Skijorers Aren't Just Horsing Around

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Terri Moitozo, 52, kicks her boots into her downhill skis in Rochester, N.H. Odd thing is, she's 30 miles from any mountain.

"Combining two things I love, skiing and horses," she says. "I'm excited!

Moitozo doesn't need gravity to fly across the snow — that's what her horse, Friday, is ...


Small Farmers In New England Fear New Food Safety Rules

Wednesday, September 04, 2013

Back in January, the Food and Drug Administration issued two proposed food safety rules to prevent tainted food from entering the food supply.

According to these 1,600 pages of rules, farmers who don't qualify for exemptions must monitor and document water quality, freezer temperatures, encroaching wildlife and any other ...


Homemade Bitters Put The Local Bite Back Into Cocktails

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Evan Mallett is hovering over some plants in a Victorian-era greenhouse in Portsmouth, N.H.

Mallett, a chef at the Black Trumpet Bistro, is collecting medicinal herbs, which he infuses in alcohol to make his own bitters, a bittersweet alcoholic concentrate used to flavor cocktails.

Mallett says he often forages ...