Opponents of the Northern Pass hydroelectric project on Friday released a legal opinion supporting their view that the state cannot authorize use of its easement in the Connecticut Lakes Headwaters conservation area for the 1,200-megawatt power lines.
A local man was arrested Friday on charges he sexually assaulted an underage girl.
Two Massachusetts men were arrested Friday on charges they had drugs, cash and weapons at a hotel.
The staff at A Family Promise, a charity tackling childhood homelessness in the region, is seeking a few talented men and women to assist with its fall fundraising event.
Michael Maloney’s sister, Ralph Miller’s dad, Edward Graziano’s grandson and Leslie Lord’s sister came together Friday to help remember their departed relatives: law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
The acting head of the IRS insisted Friday that he and other agency officials did not mislead Congress by failing to disclose that applications by conservative groups for tax-exempt status were mishandled, and he said to call it “targeting” incorrectly implied political motivations.
Senate Republicans on the Finance Committee continue to be skeptical of expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
Since David Ryan became principal at Nashua High School North seven years ago, the high school has been offering free and reduced parking to students who qualify for free or reduced meals, without the knowledge of district officials or the Board of Education.
This is New Hampshire Audubon’s Rare Bird Alert for Tuesday, May 14.
I received two photographs from a long-time Exeter reader friend who wished me to identify the bird pictured.
The daughter of the Salem man who lost nearly all of his belongings when his house caught fire Tuesday afternoon is reaching out to the online community for assistance.
With a goal of raising $50,000, The Napa East Wine Lounge and Shop is hosting a fundraiser Sunday to benefit three local families victimized by the Boston Marathon bombings.
More than 550 students received associate degree Friday in the 63rd Commencement Exercise at New Hampshire Technical Institute.
Dyn, an Internet and email services provider, is hosting its first-ever "Hackademy" through Sunday at its Manchester headquarters on Dow Street.
Earlier this week, the Planning Board gave the OK for the new Granite State Credit Union branch, which includes expanding its parking lot to a neighboring property on Birch Street.
U.S. stocks on Friday advanced to a fourth weekly gain, with both the Dow industrials and the S&P 500 at all-time closes, after data cast a positive spin on the economy.
A commuter train traveling eastbound from New York City derailed near the Connecticut suburb of Fairfield during the evening rush hour on Friday and collided with a westbound commuter train, injuring up to 60 people, three critically, officials said.
Hooksett residents who voted this week to abolish the town's Police Commission as of next January were trumped Thursday night when the entire board resigned. The commission was working to implement a final round of recommendations developed from a police department audit conducted by the Public Safety Strategies Group.
EPPING - Two people were sent to the hospital Friday afternoon after a chain reaction crash on Route 125 involving a school bus and five other vehicles.
- 0 New Boston man killed in fiery Mont Vernon crash
- 0 Exeter teacher placed on leave amid sex assault allegations
- 2 Mass. residents charged after Hollis man beaten and stabbed
- 1 Judge gives Salem engineer with underwater mortgage year in jail for growing pot
- 0 Inaugural 'Salute Our Soldiers' 5K and fundraiser Saturday in Portsmouth
- 0 Man suffers serious burns in Plaistow house fire
- 0 Londonderry workforce housing proposal variance granted
- 24 Teen party takes Derry rep by surprise
- 20 Not-guilty plea expected in death at Danville chief's home
- 103 City says no more free breakfasts for homeless at Veterans Park
- 0 Antrim asks for review of wind farm project
Mass. men arrested on drugs, weapons charges
NHIAA Baseball: Penmen win again
NH vote nears on expansion of Medicaid
Lawyer says Northern Pass in 'a corner'
Teen party takes Derry rep by surprise
Athletes and PE: Give them credit for sports
NH vote nears on expansion of Medicaid
IRS head says Tea Party was not a target