Five members of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee voted 3-2 to recommend "ought to pass" on HB 656, a full-boat legalization bill. 0
Banks, insurance companies, venues that take deposits, and other businesses are required to turn over unclaimed assets to the state, which then tries each year to find the rightful owners. 0
The grant will fuel a study on how insurance companies treat people with mental health problems or substance abuse disorders. 0
Medicaid money can now be used in New Hampshire to pay for sex change surgery deemed medically necessary, after a legislative committee voted 6-4 on Tuesday to approve new rules for the health care... 0
A two-year effort by health and human service officials to implement new licensing rules for child care centers hit another roadblock on Thursday, as center operators convinced a legislative... 0
When the New Hampshire Legislature gave towns the option of voting on local warrant articles through a ballot, rather than at Town Meeting, the premise was to give more voters a voice in how their... 0
New Hampshire is putting out the welcome mat Wednesday morning for the world's largest internet-based retailer. Hoping to attract the company's newest headquarters to Londonderry, the state's... 0
Last week, Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky was the sole vote against a contract with a faith-based organization to provide services to recruit foster and adoptive families because he... 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
Investments from the state employees' retirement fund returned 13.5 percent in fiscal year 2017, with the stock market booming. 0
The state has awarded $822,000 to cities and towns for projects aimed at promoting outdoor recreation and conservation. 0
Gov. Chris Sununu and Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny on Monday waded into the national health care debate in a letter to leaders in Congress, urging them to restore cost-sharing reduction... 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
All of the children entering the New Hampshire foster care system are facing tough challenges that could define the rest of their lives. 0
A Bartlett veterinarian who provided care to Great Danes owned by Christina Fay, the woman now on trial for animal cruelty charges, will soon face a...
Banks, insurance companies, venues that take deposits, and other businesses are required to turn over unclaimed assets to the state, which then tries...
A judge had earlier determined that Michael Gill had defamed three businessmen. The jury's job was to listen to testimony about the defamation and to...
Five members of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee voted 3-2 to recommend "ought to pass" on HB 656, a full-boat legalization...
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