New Hampshire Public Radio: Dan Gorenstein en Home Sweet Mobile Home: Co-Ops Deliver Ownership Judy Stoddard, 71, lives in Carver, Mass., but every weekday morning, she picks herself up out of bed and drives to Boston.<p>"I do the back roads, which gets me there in an hour and 40 minutes," Stoddard says. "I'm exhausted when I get there. I'm exhausted when I come home."<p>Stoddard drives those back roads for a reason — she can't see out of one eye. But as long as her rent keeps creeping up, she keeps going back to work.<p>"I can't retire. I want to keep my house. I put a lot of work in this house. Wed, 02 May 2012 21:44:00 +0000 New Hampshire Public Radio: Dan Gorenstein 10070 at N.H. Parents On Their Own In Abuse, Neglect Cases In most places in the U.S., if a parent is charged with abuse or neglect of a child and can't afford a lawyer, he's appointed one. Mon, 02 Apr 2012 15:30:00 +0000 New Hampshire Public Radio: Dan Gorenstein 8109 at New Hampshire: Land Of Diversity. Really. While people tend not to know much about New Hampshire, when it comes to presidential politics, the small state tucked into northern New England has some clout.<p>For the better part of the past week, all eyes have been focused on the 42nd most populous state, which holds its primary Tuesday. But who are the voters there, who play such a critical role in selecting the nation's next leader?<p>It's pretty easy to identify the classic stereotypes most outsiders associate with New Hampshire. Sat, 07 Jan 2012 20:43:00 +0000 New Hampshire Public Radio: Dan Gorenstein 1259 at N.H. Voters Look For Calm Amid Economic Jitters The economic fears and hopes of the electorate in early-voting states like New Hampshire will play a significant role in determining who emerges from the pack of Republican presidential candidates.<p>And despite the Granite State's financial stability, lots of Republican voters see cloudy skies ahead.<p>Economist Ross Gittell says New Hampshire has <a href="" target="_blank">some attractive numbers</a>: "The national unemployment rate is 8.6 percent. New Hampshire, it's currently 5.2 percent. New Hampshire has relatively high per-capita income. Thu, 29 Dec 2011 05:01:00 +0000 New Hampshire Public Radio: Dan Gorenstein 946 at