MANCHESTER — Notables from New Hampshire sports, politics and media Monday lent their star power to an eight-stop, 250-mile rally the length of the state to promote awareness of the growing access for electric vehicles.
CLAREMONT — Flanked by police chiefs in Claremont City Hall, Sullivan County Attorney Marc Hathaway said the state has finally given law enforcement the legal resources to end the scourge of “bath salt” use in the county.
MANCHESTER — The Bernie Sanders presidential campaign in New Hampshire emerged from the weekend with a major reboot that included the departure of a longtime adviser and shipping his state director south to Massachusetts.
The United Auto Workers union is leading its first strike against General Motors in 12 years, digging in for a fight over jobs and benefits that could cost the carmaker dearly for an indefinite period.
WASHINGTON - House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., signaled Monday that it is premature for his panel to consider impeachment proceedings against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in the wake of a new allegation of sexual misconduct while a college student.
FARMINGTON, Maine — A Farmington fire captain died and his brother, the town’s fire chief, was among the seven others injured in a building explosion Monday morning on Route 2 that destroyed other homes and scattered debris for more than a mile.
President Donald Trump will award New York Yankees great Mariano Rivera with the nation's highest civilian honor on Monday, weeks after the major league's all-time-saves leader was enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
It was hard for Jenna Evans to figure out when the dream ended and real life began. She and her fiance, Bobby Howell, were on a high-speed cargo train. The bad guys were coming. To protect her engagement ring, Howell told her, there was only one thing she could do: Swallow it.
MANCHESTER — State officials are warning commuters to expect delays on Interstate 293 southbound near Interstate 93, as a long-term lane closure goes into effect just in time for the Monday morning commute.
MANCHESTER — A key advocate of New Hampshire bail-reform efforts is faulting Manchester Police Chief Carlo Capano for criticizing bail reform, complaining that Manchester police signed off on revisions that were passed into law earlier this year.