In this weekend's editions
Top earners in USNH
This Sunday, in our two-part state salaries series, read about the salaries of those working in the University System of New Hampshire. We will publish a story and a list of the top earners. Part 2 of our series will publish Sunday, May 13, and feature the salaries of state employees.
Football, head injuries and parents
The suicide of former Patriots star Junior Seau has spiked the already increasing awareness of the long-term effects of sports-related head injuries. We talk with parents of youth and high school players about whether they've had second thoughts about their sons' participation in football and hear from coaches, administrators and physicians about the future of the sport.
Journal Sunday: Personal business
You remember to rebalance your portfolio regularly, but you may be forgetting to reassess a more crucial account: your emergency savings. Can you go six months without a pay check? Fewer than one-quarter of Americans have adequate emergency savings, according to Bankrate.com. We look at the economic changes that could be leaving your rainy day fund short and what you should do about it.
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- Apology issued for naming of Boston bomber as a victim of gun violence at Concord rally - 17
- UPDATE: Salem student receives minor injuries in bus crash - 0
- 21 in Concord wake to find their tires slashed - 0
- House proposes special session to decide Medicaid expansion - 3
- NH man to be tried in $13 million mortgage fraud scheme - 0
- UPDATE: Elderly Nashua couple were stabbed to death - 12
- UPDATE: Police say man found dead outside Wall Street Towers jumped - 4
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