The federal government has approved New Hampshire's plan to create a “hub-and-spoke” system of care to address the state's opioid epidemic. Now the real work begins. 0
A Manchester-based nonprofit has named a new interim CEO and is pledging "complete cooperation" in addressing regulatory issues with the Attorney General's office, after the group's former president... 0
MANCHESTER — A Concord man who was a passenger in a car pulled over for not using a turn signal was arrested on a drug charge Wednesday afternoon, police said. 0
MANCHESTER — Police called to a Myrtle Street address early Wednesday to investigate a report of squatters in the basement arrested to men who police said had been looking for a place to sleep. 0
New Hampshire residents trying to survive on low-wage wage jobs made their case for a higher minimum wage in front of the State House on Monday as part of a campaign they're calling “Raise Up... 0
U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan held a roundtable discussion Monday with New Hampshire residents who took over raising their grandchildren as the children's parents battled addiction. 0
At 72, Suzanne Wason decided it was time to slow down, but she didn't want to retire completely. The solution: dropping from five to four days as corporate receptionist at Northeast Delta Dental in... 0
Gov. Chris Sununu says he supports efforts to close the Secure Psychiatric Unit at the state prison in Concord and move patients suffering from mental illness to a more therapeutic setting. 0
Two employees at Audrey’s Cafe, a Monadnock-area landmark, claim in a federal lawsuit the new owners wanted to replace them with younger staff when they complained about being asked to wear... 0
The owner of a Salem pain clinic allowed a non-professional office worker to write prescriptions during “drive-by” office visits that provided opioid painkillers to Medicare patients,... 0
Some pretty important people — the governor, a former Supreme Court justice and a hospital CEO, to name a few — were at the State House for Monday's official unveiling of a poster... 0
MANCHESTER — A city woman was arrested on drug charges early Saturday after police investigated a car they said was parked illegally on Parker Street.
Stephanie Albino, 38, was a... 0
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday the United States would cap the number of refugees allowed into the country at 30,000 for fiscal year 2019, a sharp drop from a limit of 45,000 it... 0
Resources for COPD sufferers and those who suspect it are available at www.breathenh.org, and from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute at COPD.nhlbi.nih.gov. 0
A comment allegedly made by a town official during a telephone conversation with a resident has spilled over into the political arena. 0
A New Hampshire man was killed Wednesday night less than an hour after watching the Boston Red Sox lose to the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium,...
A Derry pet owner has filed a lawsuit against the owner of Advanced Veterinary Care clinic, blaming the pet emergency-room clinic for the 2016 death...
The Mount Washington Commission has released a 14-page Attorney General's report that answers some questions while potentially raising new ones about...
A wild horse that had been on the lam for several weeks is now back in the custody of federal agents.
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