A New Hampshire state senator has a key role with the firm that last week revealed Russian military intelligence operatives hacked into the Ukrainian gas company at the heart of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.
CONCORD — Saying she is “ashamed and embarrassed” by her actions during a 2007 armed standoff with federal authorities, a 78-year-old Plainfield woman will ask a judge to release her from prison later this month.
MANCHESTER — Inside one of the new labs at the University of New Hampshire’s Manchester campus on a recent afternoon, assistant professor of biotechnology Kristen Johnson and two students evaluated genes as part of pancreatic cancer research.
CITY health officials say the fact that only one unannounced food service inspection was performed at the Puritan Backroom Restaurant in 2019 is “not unusual,” adding most Manchester food establishments were inspected only once last year because of staffing turnover and “an increased workloa…
LONDON — Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, will no longer be working members of Britain’s monarchy, will forgo public funds and will repay money spent on refurbishing their cottage west of London as they embark on an independent future, Buckingham Palace said on Saturday.
EXETER — Though the primary contest has not yet begun, some New Hampshire voters, like Shenandoah Ableman of Kingston, say they are considering the candidates with an eye to the November general election.
PERHAPS YOU received an extra special gift this year such as a large sum of cash or other property or maybe even some stocks. If you are (or anticipate being) among this group, here are some tips to help you manage your gift.
NO DOUBT, you’ve been reading about the SECURE Act’s impact on retirement accounts. The SECURE Act was passed in December. Regulations have not been issued as of yet, so be sure to talk with your attorney or accountant before taking any action.
DEAR HELAINE AND JOE: I inherited this chest from my parents. It was shipped to them from Saudi Arabia in 1968, and they referred to it as the “Kuwaiti chest.” My father said it was dug up in the desert somewhere. It measures 52 inches wide by 22 inches tall. Any information would be appreci…
Jason Reynolds wants kids to love his stories, but he wants them to love their own stories more. The award-winning author, whom the Library of Congress announced Monday will be the seventh National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, plans to use his two-year appointment to listen as k…
Q: I’m having compatibility issues with my Toshiba laptop that uses Windows 10. I recently bought a new Western Digital external hard drive, but one day the PC couldn’t connect to it. (It didn’t show up in the Windows 10 “File Explorer” program.)
DEAR HELOISE: Is there a universally accepted hand signal to say “thank you” to drivers who do you a kindness? When a driver slows down and allows me to merge into a lane of traffic, I am grateful. I wave my open hand high back and forth.
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I relocated to a warmer climate a few years ago, putting us more than 1,000 miles away from my adult children. The kids all seem to think this trip was just for fun, and continue to ask me to “come home.”
DEAR DOCS: I went to see my doctor last month because I was feeling off balance and short of breath. He sent me to a cardiologist, who did a blood test and told me that I’d had a mild heart attack! An echocardiogram confirmed it. I never felt any chest pain, so how is this possible?
PHILADELPHIA — A tradition inspired by disappointment over the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency stepped off this morning on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for the fourth year in a row in a presidential election year in which women are once again vying to be the first to occupy …
WASHINGTON — House Democrats released documents Friday they say shows contact between an associate of President Donald Trump’s personal attorney and an aide to the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee regarding an effort to obtain material from Ukrainian prosecutors that would …
Gary Starkweather, who invented the laser printer in defiance of his corporate boss at Xerox, making the direct printing from computer terminals possible in homes and offices, died Dec. 26 at a hospital in Orlando, Fla. He was 81.
Organizers of a Virginia gun rally urged thousands of people to attend this Monday’s event protesting Democrats’ push to stiffen the state’s gun laws after its top court upheld the governor’s emergency ban on weapons at the rally grounds.