"I thought when we came here, it would be smooth sailing. We'd apply for asylum and we would be good," said Timothy Sombah. "But it wasn't the case." 0
Immigration enforcement is clearly not the police's primary concern. But to simply say, "Not our job," does a disservice. 0
Eight months of President Donald Trump is one-sixth of his term. 0
Mark Hayward's City Matters column glosses over some important facts. 0
Members of the PC mob do get themselves into such dreadful tangles sometimes. 0
“If you want to do it hard enough, you can get out,” said Matt Peterson, 43, who said his last bout of homelessness — it lasted four or five months — ended two years ago. 0
A spokesperson from the University of New Hampshire says members of the Alpha Phi sorority will not be disciplined for singing a song which includes the N-word. 0
State prison inmates will be able to receive handwritten drawings from loved ones as long as they are done in pen and pencil under an agreement reached by civil libertarians and the state prison... 0
UNH has no business policing which songs students can sing at a sorority. 0
For many years, conservatives were ideological zealots. Like Spanish inquisitors, they were on guard for the slightest indications of heresy. 0
France's Winter Olympics team will not travel to the 2018 Games in South Korea if its security cannot be guaranteed, French Sports Minister Laura Flessel said. 0
With Mexico refusing to pay, Trump has said since taking office in January that the wall will initially need U.S. funding but that he will find a way to make Mexico ultimately pay for it. 0
Town police officers won't stop, hold or interrogate someone solely to determine their immigration status, under a police department policy adopted this week. 0
The trustees of the RiverWoods at Exeter in June passed a resolution stating their position on “inclusivity.” 0
Exports from New Hampshire were up nearly 22 percent for the first seven months of this year, and are on pace to break a yearly record.
The executive director of the local Boys & Girls Club and a Derry-based soup kitchen will receive the awards.
Five years ago, miEdge founder Mark Smith had a fledgling startup with a few employees and a vision for what it could become.
A jury needed just two hours on Friday to find a Berlin man not guilty of negligent homicide and of two other charges in connection with the Aug. 10,...
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Paige Rines of New Hampshire said she was 'anonymously messaged hateful things' once her photos were posted, and had to abandon plans to work as a counselor for troubled teens. 0
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