A lawsuit has been filed against the manufacturer of and the store that sold a vapor cigarette that exploded in a Moultonborough man's pocket last month, causing second- and third-degree burns.
To the Editor: The New Hampshire Supreme Court erred in its recent decision upholding the immunity of the city of Concord and its police department. Immunity boils down to this: Ignorance of the law is no excuse, unless you are the enforcer of the...
At the Bedford Women's Club's meeting on Thursday, Marina Forbes, who has written extensively on Russian traditional arts, will present a program on the traditional Matryoshka doll, a set of wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another.
A mutual funds manager from Portsmouth is urging the Securities and Exchange Commission to require annual disclosure of gender pay ratios within the financial filings of public companies.
In an annual checkup of our nation's health, New Hampshire ranks fifth in overall health among all 50 states in 2015.
From both a business owner’s perspective and a trustee for the Elliot Health System of Manchester, I firmly believe that re-authorizing Medicaid expansion through the New Hampshire Health Protection Plan is the right thing to do.
Overall, winter is a good time to sell or buy. For sellers, inventory can be scarce, leading to higher demand, which can result in multiple offers. Buyers are more intent, as they have less choices and typically have a serious need to move without...
Officials with the Farnum Center are expected today to launch the public phase of a $500,000 campaign to fund substance abuse treatment beds for armed services members and first responders, the center announced.
Buying a foreclosed home is a little different from buying a typical resale.
The first ever downtown Chocolate Stroll will take place from 4-7 p.m. Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.
Pinkerton Academy of Derry will be seeking its sixth title in seven years at the NHIAA Gymnastics state championship on Saturday at Londonderry High. The meet will feature a morning session slated for 10 a.m. and an afternoon session at 1 p.m.
The 2016 NHIAA Swimming and Diving Divisions I and II Championships will be held at the University of New Hampshire's Swazey Pool, beginning today through Sunday in Durham.
City manager Guy Santagate is asking the city council to allow for a Department of Public Works director who lives outside of city limits.