The Derry moderator on Tuesday night called on the Town Council to contact lawmakers to advocate for legislation that grants New Hampshire communities more authority over local elections after less... 0
State environmental regulators and Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics reached agreement on extending municipal water to 189 properties and giving treatment systems to four others that can't access... 0
Sarah C. Stewart of Manchester, a veteran Republican political and public affairs consultant, is Gov. Chris Sununu's nominee to be the next state commissioner of the Department of Natural and... 0
When will the New Hampshire Legislature get around to passing the Casual Friday Act of 2018? 0
The opposition of leading veteran groups and trial lawyers convinced the state Senate to reject a bill critics said would have limited the legal rights of those with asbestos-related injuries from... 0
Last week, the New Hampshire House voted to light $4 million on fire. Don't worry, though. It's just Uncle Sam's money. 0
Proponents of Marsy's Law, a proposed constitutional amendment to protect victims' rights, did not bother to examine its language before attempting to insert it into New Hampshire's Constitution. 0
When victims of crime confront the justice system in New Hampshire, they do so at a disadvantage. 0
Marsy's Law advocates are clamoring to enshrine their victims' rights language in the New Hampshire Constitution to give victims' rights the same constitutional basis as defendants' rights. 0
State Rep. James McConnell has repeatedly raised questions about the power of the 26-member House Finance Committee to significantly change and even reverse the policy decisions made by the House. 0
Unless Gov. Chris Sununu or two state senators change their minds, New Hampshire is likely to keep the death penalty. 0
Last week was Sunshine Week, and the New Hampshire Legislature did its part to pull back the curtains a little bit more on government in the Granite State. 0
Given the brass of some political opportunists, we aren't surprised at how jaded many Granite Staters have become about our government. 0
Former Democratic nominee for governor and Executive Councilor Colin Van Ostern of Concord said he's running to become secretary of state on a platform of defending voting rights, modernizing state... 0
For the past 42 years, two things have protected the integrity of the New Hampshire Secretary of State's office. 0
The state Department of Transportation needs an infusion of about $4 million to keep the state's snow plowing and road maintenance budget solvent...
On Monday, President Donald Trump's return to New Hampshire for many political observers was the virtual kickoff for his 2020 reelection campaign in...
The Derry moderator on Tuesday night called on the Town Council to contact lawmakers to advocate for legislation that grants New Hampshire...
MANCHESTER — A jury found a Manchester man guilty of animal cruelty on Wednesday, siding with prosecutors who said killing a cat by taking a...
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