We’ll look at the primary races underway for
Republicans and Democrats hoping to claim the governor’s seat; a Vermont homebrew is served at Patriots’ home games this fall; and a flash mob in Barre honors Teddy Roosevelt.
Author Austin Troy believes cities that develop the greatest efficiencies might become the most economically viable, the Valley News’ John Gregg analyzes the New Hampshire primary results and we sort through our listener mailbag.
Find out what apple varieties are best for picking, baking and eating right now and some issues facing apple growers. Plus political reporter John Gregg provides an update on the New Hampshire primary election. And we hear the next entry in Larry Doane’s audio journal from Afghanistan.