The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department will hold a series of public hearings on proposed rules setting the state's hunting seasons for 2014 and 2015.
Long-time resident Lawrence A. Emerton Sr. will be remembered as a caring person who was always ready to lend a helping hand for his community and the state.
School board members are pressing the district to use part of its growing budget surplus this year to reduce the size of crowded middle school classes.
The Board of Education ended its meeting Monday night with one member after another taking the floor to apologize for signing an open letter supporting the Nashua Teachers Union and its request to delay Common Core-based assessment testing for at least two years.
The late Frederick Thomas Towle died in the line of duty on June 17, 1956 from a heart attack suffered while attempting to make an arrest. (Photo courtesy of Echo Noelle Towle)
Thanks to a great-granddaughter he never knew, former Colebrook police chief Frederick Thomas Towle's name will soon be entered on a national roster of law-enforcement officers who died in the line of duty.
U.S. Senators from the Senate Climate Action Task Force gather before holding the Senate floor to urge action on climate change, on Capitol Hill in Washington March 10, 2014. (REUTERS/Yuri Gripas)
New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen participated in the Senate Democrats all-night “talkathon” on climate change Monday night and Tuesday morning, calling it a “great opportunity” to draw attention to an important issue.
A varied group of educators, advocates for the disabled and social service providers have agreed on changes to state laws governing the restraint and isolation of problem, mostly disabled students.
Two non-profit organizations that provide health care to the poor and uninsured are close to announcing plans to combine their organizations into a single entity, according to the board president of Child Health Services.
A city woman, out on bail in connection with a fatal car crash last August, was arraigned Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony charge of liability to burglary.
Officer Adam Donnelly of the Franklin Police Department visited City Hall recently with his new K9 partner, Max. (COURTESY)
The new cop in town is a 16-month-old German shepherd named Max.
Though the party being hosted by the Souhegan Valley Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday is meant to be a good time, the event is about a lot more than just fun.
Officials from the local VFW have been without a home for nearly a year, but are hopeful that a previous plan to utilize the former Crown Hill Fire Station will soon be revitalized.
Health and safety complaints about the Stevens High School Renovation brought out a state inspector to the school last week. The Department of Labor said Tuesday that the building appeared safe during a preliminary walk-though on Friday.
A bill to ban smoking in social, fraternal and religious clubs drew few people Tuesday for a public hearing.
Those insured by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield through the state health exchange may have greater choices next year if their hospital and doctor are not in the carrier’s narrow health provider network.
Jacob R. Brown
The U.S. Marshals Service District of New Hampshire/Joint Fugitive Task Force has named Jacob Ron Brown as New Hampshire’s fugitive of the week.
The Senate Finance Committee split Tuesday on legislation bill that would allow billboard advertising of alcoholic beverages in New Hampshire.
Police Sgt. Dawn Sawyer has been chosen as the new president for the Chief Michael Maloney Memorial Fund, with the goal of putting 100 percent of all funds raised toward community enrichment and supporting first responders.
A 10-session program will train workers in the architecture and engineering fields to design buildings that use 60 percent less energy.
Brief items of interest to New Hampshire's business community.
- 0 Merrimack firm GT Advanced Technologies inks $336 million deal to equip Malaysian factory
- 0 Cheshire County Superior Court: Dunkin’ Donuts for Winchester is OK
- 0 Our Gourmet: A taste of Japan, just off Interstate 93
- 0 Jim Beauregard's Tasting Notes: Two ciders worth raising in a toast
- 0 Residents have their say at polls in Rollinsford Tuesday
- 0 Incumbents win in Gilford
- 0 Crowley elected in Northfield
- 0 Allenstown rejects town and school budgets
- 0 Broome elected selectman in Alexandria
- 0 Brentwood narrowly rejects SB2
- 0 Cryans defeats Kenney by a wide margin in Lyme
- 0 Kingston voters approve tax bill deduction for prompt payment
- 0 Huntoon elected selectman in Wilmot
- 0 Thornton voters approve zoning amendments, decide three contested races
- 0 Lagueux wins in Bristol by five votes
- 0 UPDATED: Former selectman wins back seat i Litchfield
- 0 Just six percent of voters turn out for Derry election
- 0 Goffstown rejects $4.5M fire station plan
- 0 Gorham elects former town clerk selectman, picks Cryans over Kenney for council
- 0 Epping finally wins approval to buy long sought well property
- 0 Delays calculating Litchfield election results
- 0 New Durham sticking with its traditions, keeps town meeting
- 0 Bridgewater votes to study withdrawal from school district
- 0 Windham teachers contract approved, conservation purchase fails
- 0 Salem voters approve high school renovations
- 0 Conklin, Girouard win in Plymouth
- 0 Hooksett has five new school board members
- 0 DeWolfe, Felton, Newton win in Ashland; budget article fails
- 0 Upset in sole contested race in Lee Tuesday
- 0 Former Sen. Barnes back on Raymond Board of Selectmen
- 0 Dalton voters elect new selectman, reject police vehicle
- 0 Plaistow voters okay new police contract
- 0 Fischer defeats Flattes in Derry Council race
- 0 Hudson voters reject budget, approve police and fire contracts
- 0 Troy fire chief receives a vote of confidence
- 0 Randolph selects Cryans, almost unanimous on ATV article
- 0 Former Atkinson police chief elected selectman
- 0 New Boston voters OK AREA agreement
- 0 Brown wins selectman seat in Warner
- 0 Barrington passes budgets; Svenson defeats Grant for school board; incumbents Guadiello, Hatch win
Allenstown rejects town and school budgets
Crowley elected in Northfield
John DiStaso's Granite Status: Shaheen among speakers at Senate Dems' climate change 'talkathon'