LATEST NEW HAMPSHIRE ANGLE
- Large outflow of money witnessed in Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc.
- Seacoast-based Measured Progress agrees to refund Nevada $1.3M for flawed Common Core test
- Peterborough theater adds system for visual and hearing impaired movie-goers
- Gorham mill owner Lynn Tilton’s SEC fight just got a lot harder
- Planet Fitness, franchisee seek dismissal of transgender locker room 'no judgement zone' policy lawsuit
- State imposes speed limit on Spofford Lake after petition
- Mike Tyson tapped for NH tech firm's BitCoin machine
- AMC describes value of hutels on public land
- Judge voids eviction for unauthorized pet on grounds cat is a 'service' animal
- New Hampshire counties given a 'Meh' ranking for desirability
- 'Significant repercussions' from cop's inheritance case, says Sullivan
- Vermont town wins court fight over hydro station owned by TransCanada
- UNH law professor explains fascination with Owen Labrie case
- Seacoast teacher, 52, says pain claim entitles him to disability pay
- New Hampshire prisoner claims religious right to have beard
- Concord Monitor: State police slow adoption of body cams indicative of taxpayers employing too few officials
- John E. Sununu sees Trump’s lead in primary polls dwindling
- Boston Globe - Arnie Alpert: An activist picks an issue, not a candidate
- Concord Monitor: Campaign to ‘Free the Nipple’ is a battle for equality
Appearing on CBS’s Face the Nation Sunday, documentary filmmaker Ken Burns told host John Dickerson he believes America is still a racist nation, and those who have questioned the legitimacy of President Obama’s birth certificate, namely, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, have done so as an alternative to using the N-word.
Stand down. That’s essentially what Army recruiters at the Keene military recruiting office asked the armed volunteers outside their office to do recently after they had been standing guard there for more than a week.
The company found that more than 37 percent of Americans gave their police department an F grade, with the national average being a D. Grades of A came from New Hampshire, North Dakota, West Virginia, Kansas and Hawaii.
State Rep. Max Abramson, R-Seabrook, one of the legislators spearheading the initiative, said all New Hampshire students have until Sept. 15 to post a law they’d like to see repealed on the event’s Facebook page called New Hampshire’s Dumbest Law. Sept. 15 is three days before the deadline for lawmakers to file legislation, Abramson said.
Gov. Maggie Hassan hasn’t even announced if she’ll run for the Senate in 2016. But according to Politico , that hasn’t stopped Republican groups from spending $2.5 million in negative ads against the Democratic governor.
NEW YORK — There is a sad coda to the recently recycled story of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s heroic help in getting a critically ill Jewish boy medical treatment 27 years ago.READER COMMENTS: 0
The comedienne tweeted a throwback picture of her mom.
LITTLETON, N.H. -- Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, told reporters Monday he couldn't predict what kind of impact a Joe Biden presidential bid would have on his standing in the 2016 Democratic primary.READER COMMENTS: 0
Party leaders in Virginia and North Carolina told Politico.com that they are considering a push to require candidates entering their respective Republican primaries to pledge their support for the eventual nominee and not run a third-party candidacy — a pledge Trump, the current frontrunner, would not make when asked to during the Fox News debate earlier this month in Cleveland.
If towns around Northwood Lake don’t kick in more money, the local watershed association is going to be bankrupt in two years, its president says, and the responsibility – as the problem grows – will just fall to someone else.READER COMMENTS: 0
LAKE CHAMPLAIN - Anglers will soon find more of a popular trophy fish in Lake Champlain.
Katie McQuaid's Scene in Manchester: No Labels nonprofit group spreads its problem-solving message
Fish and Game seeks volunteers for survey
Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: You'll be 'politically correct' by tuning into tonight's televised voter forum