June was a bright spot for the New Hampshire residential housing market. In fact, June residential sales jumped to 1,586, the most the state has seen since 2005 and a 7 percent increase over the same time last year.
SOMERSWORTH — Two fundraisers have been announced to benefit Brandon Patterson, the city man beaten while delivering pizza earlier this month.
In accepting the endorsement, Feltes said the firefighters’ union shares his belief that 'we can’t afford to leave working people and working families behind.'
PORTSMOUTH — Theo Groh and other Young and College Democrats are asking citizens to sign a petition urging Congress to pass legislation that would allow former college graduates to refinance their student loans.
It appears Brown isn’t really in an airport — and instead in front of a green screen with stock video footage of an airport from Shutterstock superimposed during editing.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Gov. Maggie Hassan has vetoed a bill that deals with investigations and audits of state financial activities, saying it violates the fundamental separation of powers between the executive and legislative branches.
Glori Fostor said she was knocking on doors for Marilinda Garcia's congressional campaign when she was approached by a Windham police officer asking what she was doing.
Rockingham County Attorney candidate Patricia Conway admitted Monday she only registered to vote in her hometown of Salem shortly before announcing she would run for office
It has come into the open in American life despite decades of prohibition and laws treating the drug as more dangerous than meth and cocaine.
YORK, Maine — The York Board of Selectmen on Monday in a 3-2 vote declined to put a petitioned question on the November ballot seeking to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
A board made up of four residents started the market this month in Millstream Park, also known as River Park, off Main Street.
NHTI has cut its workforce by 14 positions and trimmed other expenses to close an expected budget gap of about $3 million, in a move that has been sharply derided by faculty.
Hypertherm, in Hanover, makes high-tech machines that use laser and water to cut metal.
The District of Columbia has filed a court motion to keep its gun ban, until an appeal can be filed or new licensing can begin.
HAMPTON — Police officials say they want to see how a local citation for entertainment noise plays out in the court system before recommending any changes to an ordinance some residents feel is flawed and unenforceable.
What if they held a presidential campaign and a think tank broke out?