The New Hampshire Republican Party is calling on members of the state's congressional delegation to forego their salaries when the federal government is shut down. 0
Every morning, it seems, President Donald Trump's most determined opponents awake to find out what sort of obnoxious, fact-challenged, puerile, norm breaking thing he has offered that day and say to... 0
MANCHESTER — The Serenity Place drug-treatment program dissolved further Tuesday when a judge approved plans to distribute its services among several non-profit... 0
To the Editor: Haitians were here long before Donald Trump. We fought and died in the American Revolution. 0
Facebook has been taking a long hard look at how it's affecting democracy and the social media giant doesn't like everything it sees in the mirror. 0
Congress voted late Monday to reopen the government after a three-day shutdown, sending President Donald Trump a short-term spending bill that passed after Senate Republican leaders pledged to act on... 0
A psychology practice that specializes in treating childhood trauma is moving to a larger downtown location because of the increased need for its services, the owner said. 0
What parent doesn't want the best for their children? It may be a cliché, but it's true—every parent wants nothing more than to see their children achieve their hopes and dreams. 0
The alleged success of the California model is one of the more intense controversies in the nerdier corners of public policy debate. 0
Thousands of protesters gathered for the Women's March "Power to the Polls" rally in Las Vegas on Sunday, kicking off a national drive to register a million new voters as well as put more female... 0
Like a lot of Girl Scouts, eighth-grader Phoebe Williams is hoping to increase her year-over-year cookie sales this season. 0
A year after the Women's March stunned the political world from Washington, D.C. to the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire, many Granite State women are taking their activism to a whole new level. 0
There was no march down Congress Street this year, but a large crowd gathered in Market Square to rally for women's rights and equality for all. 0
In 1790, James Madison, the finest mind in the First Congress, and of his generation, addressed in the House of Representatives the immigration issue. 0
I read Monday's paper and found myself very upset with many of the comments regarding the City Year workshop. 0
Thirty days after Jesse James Champney was shot and killed by a New Hampshire state trooper, his parents say they still have not been told why fatal...
The sorrow over the death of Debess Rogers spilled over into a Manchester courtroom on Monday, a sorrow made heavier by the fact that both Rogers and...
Investigators searching the computer of a Kingston man accused of breaking into the Carriage Towne Plaza and setting a fire last week found...
A male German Shepherd, possibly three or four years old, was found by a hiker Jan. 16 near the Merrimack-Bedford town line.
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ANTRIM — The room where the women put their lives back together looks vaguely collegiate. 0
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