N.H. Towns Receive $300 Thousand In Rural Development Grants
Several towns in Cheshire and Coos counties are getting $300 thousand dollars in federal rural development grants.
The Northern Forest Center received about two-thirds of that grant money to expand broadband access and digital literacy in Lancaster.
The town of Northumberland received $50 thousand dollars to buy defibrillator technology that will help first responders better discern symptoms related to heart attacks or overdoses.
A Keene organization that helps low-income residents with energy efficiency improvements also received some grant money.