New Hampshire's two U.S. senators announced different approaches to the opioid epidemic on Monday, with Republican Kelly Ayotte seeking a declarati...
After just 67 seconds, Brad Cook had heard enough from former state Republican Party Chairman Fergus Cullen as he tried to contest Donald Trump's n...
The International Association of Iron Workers Local 7 is endorsing Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
A history degree from Princeton University may not be worth much anymore.
Prosecutors have upgraded charges against a WMUR reporter accused of striking a 79-year-old Hampton woman while driving under the influence of...
Arrests could be forthcoming in the case of an 11-month-old who died on Nov. 15 of blunt-impact head trauma suffered two days before, according to...
After just 67 seconds, Brad Cook had heard enough from former state Republican Party Chairman Fergus Cullen as he tried to contest Donald Trump's...
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Learning to parallel park proved even more stressful than usual for a student driver on Chestnut Street. 1
A state trooper escaped serious injury after getting into a scuffle while trying to arrest a suspected drunken driver in the McDonald's parking lot Wednesday night. 0
A Nashua man sought for armed robbery and striking an officer with his vehicle was arrested Tuesday night in Massachusetts after a prolonged chase, police said. 0
Convicted murderer Tristan Wolusky says Judge Steven Houran should set aside his guilty verdict, claiming the state knew its star witnesses lied to investigators and on the witness stand. 1
BRENTWOOD - A 24-year-old Hampton man was indicted for allegedly pushing a woman against a wall and threatening her with a knife, according to prosecutors. 0
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LACONIA – Police are looking for two men who allegedly threatened a boy with a gun Tuesday. 0
A Merrimack County Superior Court judge has ordered the state to issue the ID card a terminally ill Alstead woman needs so she can purchase medical marijuana from a licensed dispensary in Maine. 14
Arrests could be forthcoming in the case of an 11-month-old who died on Nov. 15 of blunt-impact head trauma suffered two days before, according to authorities. 0
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Had I been paying more attention over the years, I would’ve realized there is more to making gravy than tossing a handful of flour into the roasting pan and hoping for the best. 0
The slogan for this year's Toys for Tots campaign is “Spread Love,” and that's what the Marines were encouraging everyone to do as they launched the 67th annual toy drive at the Mall of... 0
Portwalk Place, one of Portsmouth's newest and most talked-about downtown developments, includes a hotel, residences, several businesses and perhaps most importantly, some really good restaurants. 0