Christmas illuminations at the Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette on Route 4 begin Saturday. 0
A history degree from Princeton University may not be worth much anymore. 4
The U.S. Department of Agriculture have announced that 100 units of affordable rental housing in West Lebanon are no longer at risk of turning into market-rate housing. 0
As a GoFundMe effort for their care nears its goal, the four bear cubs orphaned in October when their mother was shot by a hunter in Jackson continue to thrive and are packing on the pounds. 5
A hiker who was stranded on Mount Cardigan with a leg injury was carried to safety by rescue personnel who responded when she called 911, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department said. 0
Rescuers carried a Belmont woman to safety after she injured her leg and was stranded on Cardigan Mountain. 0
A Grafton County Superior Court Jury found an Enfield woman guilty of reckless conduct in connection to the death of a four-year-old in her care as a daycare provider last year. 0
A 48-year-old Lebanon man faces felony charges after police responded to a report of shots being fired in the Hanover Street area Thursday evening. 1
"Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree…."
Here's a list of tree lightings, parades and other town events for the holidays across the state, organized by day, and alphabetized by town. 0
A Parkhurst Street man was arrested Thursday for firing a gun inside his apartment, breaking a toilet in the apartment building. 0
Lebanon officials plan to fight a petition against a city airport safety project in Grafton County Superior Court Dec. 7. 0
The Plainfield couple is currently serving 30 years in prison for tax evasion and other offenses related to a 2007 standoff at their former residence. 8
One by one, America’s colleges are proving themselves to be antithetical to educating young adults. 16
A 36-year-old man is facing assault and criminal threatening charges following a Thursday afternoon incident in which police had to get him to drop a shotgun he was carrying as he walked out of his... 0
Firefighters rescued a tortoise from an electrical fire at a Turkey Hill Road home Wednesday. 0
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