Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: You'll be 'politically correct' by tuning into tonight's televised voter forum
I was going to say that New Hampshire voters should have a field day with tonight's Voters First Presidential Forum, but then I wondered if “field day'' might be offensive in some way to some farmer out there who might find it a pejorative...
Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas has sent a letter to Gov. Maggie Hassan asking her to declare a public health state of emergency over the heroin epidemic in the Queen City and the rest of the state, similar to one she issued in 2014 over synthetic...
Heroin, a parent's nightmare.
For the first time, 14 Republican presidential candidates will be taking questions from Granite Staters at the Voters First Forum being hosted at Saint Anselm College tonight.
A long-standing federal fire code prohibiting fair exhibitors from sleeping in cow stalls was enforced this year at the Cheshire County Fairgrounds, ending a cherished tradition shared by other fairs in the state.
Hundreds of dancers turned out to the first annual Bob McQuillen Festival of Music and Dance at South Meadow School on Saturday.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Granite State College, known as OLLI, will host its annual fall class previews this month in Bedford, Concord, Conway and Portsmouth.
Rich DiSalvo recently pedaled his last mile to complete the third leg of a three-year cycling effort to raise money and awareness for autism.
I wrote last week about how I was curious as to how a Chinese vendor of paper cups found me as a potential consumer and sent me an email inquiry. A few readers responded to inform me of how it was done.
S. Amy Spencer recently joined Shaheen & Gordon after serving as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Steven J. McAuliffe of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire.
Jack Falvey's Investor Education Briefs -- Futures investing: If you are into them, you may not have one
Futures are just investments. If prices go up, you make some money. If prices go down, you lose some money. How hard is that to understand?