Ward 6 Alderman Nick Pappas is resigning from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, effective March 31, after selling his Hermit Road home “much quicker than expected.” 0
Free-market, New Hampshire conservatives from the grass roots to the corner office praised their Capitol Hill counterparts for blocking a U.S. House vote Thursday on repealing and replacing Obamacare. 29
Mayor Ted Gatsas says he is using personal funds to refund campaign contributions that were improperly used during his run for the Republican gubernatorial nomination last year. 9
Unions representing city firefighters and district fire chiefs announced Thursday that a session with a mediator earlier this week failed to result in new contracts with the city. 3
Eversource has pledged that it will work with the city to resolve what could be a nearly $500,000 overrun in the company's estimate for burying utilities underground in The Weirs. 3
A $2 million emergency relief fund for the state's struggling wholesale dairy farms cleared the House of Representatives on Thursday with bipartisan support, despite the protests of opponents who... 0
Following an extensive search, the Nashua Board of Education voted Thursday to hire Dr. Jahmal Mosley as superintendent. Mosley and Connie Brown, the current interim superintendent, were the two... 0
Gov. Chris Sununu reaffirmed his commitment to full-day kindergarten, in the wake of a subcommittee vote on Wednesday to strip $18 million for the program from the governor's proposed budget. 24
A $36.8 million fund to repair local roads and bridges was approved by the state Senate on Thursday in an abbreviated session that saw any contentious measure rescheduled for consideration on another... 1
After slow population growth for the last five years, New Hampshire grew by nearly 4,700 people last year, the second-biggest jump in a six-year period and a near threefold increase over 2015,... 1
A two-story addition could be constructed at the Spit Brook Road fire station if city planners approve the project next week. 0
The town is proposing a $26 million budget at this year's May Town Meeting. 0
Nearly four years after property was purchased on Crown Street for the construction of a new commuter park-and-ride lot, the proposal is now moving forward. 0
Good judges interpret the law as it is written, not as it should be. 3
Maybe the eight Portsmouth City councilors supporting a ban on plastic bags in the city would be willing to pay the city's legal bills when the ban is inevitably challenged in court. 2
Like its predecessors, SB 66 requires that a fetus “shall be included in the definition of 'another' for the purposes of first- and second-de...
Free-market, New Hampshire conservatives from the grass roots to the corner office praised their Capitol Hill counterparts for blocking a U.S. Hous...
Gov. Chris Sununu reaffirmed his commitment to full-day kindergarten, in the wake of a subcommittee vote on Wednesday to strip $18 million for the ...
Ward 6 Alderman Nick Pappas is resigning from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, effective March 31, after selling his Hermit Road home “much...
Josh McElveen, political director and news anchor of WMUR-TV in Manchester, was named vice president for communications and marketing for the...
"Unreasonable speed" appears to be the cause of a snowmobile accident Wednesday that left a Connecticut man with a serious arm injury, according to...
A Strafford County House of Corrections officer accused of bringing drugs to inmates is the first arrest resulting from an investigation that began...
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Concerned about the expenses involved in the New Hampshire Justice Department's ongoing court battle to prevent voters from taking selfies in the voting booth, local activist and journalist Dave... 0
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