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US Steel to build $3 billion mill in northeast Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — United States Steel Corp. on Tuesday announced it's building a $3 billion mill in northeast Arkansas that's expected to employ at least 900 people. The Pittsburgh-based company announced it has chosen Osceola for the site of its new mill, with construction expected ...

NH Tourism launches winter campaign

CONCORD – The New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development (DTTD) officially launched its winter advertising campaign in its core New England markets on the heels of a very strong start to the winter tourism season. New Hampshire’s ski industry reported last week that despite ...

Morse, Smith to seek GOP nomination to challenge Hassan

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Two more Republicans announced plans this week to run for U.S. Senate and a chance to unseat Democrat Maggie Hassan. State Senate President Chuck Morse plans to file campaign finance paperwork this week, followed by a formal announcement later this month, according to ...

Manchester solar array on former landfill is up and running

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A new solar array in the city of Manchester is up and running and is expected to produce enough electricity to power hundreds of homes, Mayor Joyce Craig announced Tuesday. The project covers 12 acres at a former landfill, has more than 8,000 solar panels and is the ...

Massachusetts orders 26 million rapid antigen COVID-19 tests

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts can expect to receive 26 million rapid antigen COVID-19 tests over the next three months, Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday. Baker said the state has placed an order with iHealth to supply Massachusetts with the tests. The agreement allows for shipments to arrive ...