On the question of whether to legalize Keno in Manchester, Queen City residents apparently prefer to voice their opinions at the ballot box. 0
The Nashua Teachers' Union and administrators announced a tentative three-year agreement for para-educators Tuesday. 0
The federal government is not happy with how New Hampshire accounted for millions in educational grants since 2014, and could demand that some of the money be repaid, depending on the result of an... 0
As school officials review the costs to improve two city schools at a combined price tag of more than $60 million, a school board member is raising questions about the future of one of the schools. 0
The School District Fee Committee has released a draft report recommending against the school district charging fee to families for extra-curricular activities. 0
Dartmouth College has closed its Gender Research Institute. GRID director Annabel Martín said GRID was closed July 1, “with no prior warning.” 0
It was an emotional day for students and staff at Beech Street Elementary School as Principal Christine Brennan was sworn in as the next deputy education commissioner. 0
It is perhaps inevitable that a political challenger would seek to undermine an incumbent's accomplishments. 0
An article in Deadspin, an online sports site, has resurrected the controversy over the university's use of librarian Robert Morin's $4 million gift to the school. 0
City aldermen will hold a public hearing this week on the ballot question going before voters next month on whether to legalize Keno in the state's largest city. 0
Driven by her faith and a strong desire to improve herself and the world around her, Emma R. Bradley knows that in order to be successful, she must take advantage of every opportunity. 0
University of New Hampshire's president was honored by officials at Great Bay Community College during its Distinguished Leaders Award reception Thursday evening. 0
A powerful film about mental health mental health, including a veteran suffering post-traumatic stress, coming to PBS early next year is showing first at Dartmouth College Tuesday. 0
For as far back as I can remember, our school district and elected officials have been working on plans to redistrict our city schools. The need for redistricting is evident when you examine the... 0
After more than three decades, Christine Brennan's tenure as an employee of the Manchester school district comes to an end today, when she is sworn in by Gov. Chris Sununu as New Hampshire's deputy... 0
An Atkinson homeowner got a big scare when she arrived home with groceries early Monday evening and spooked a stranger inside who allegedly bolted...
Police in Northwood are searching for a woman they believe is part of the Felony Lane Gang, which police said is a criminal organization that commits...
When the President of the United States says, "It is frankly disgusting the press is able to write whatever it wants to write," it should be of great...
eBron James outdueled his former teammate and NBA Finals partner Kyrie Irving in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 102-99 win over the Boston Celtics in their...
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SALEM, N.H. — With at least two fights between students having been videotaped and spread on social media, teenagers, parents and others are saying that the Salem School District dismisses issues... 0
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