As most of the New England states pursue aggressive goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and transition to clean energy sources, some of their methods are irking New Hampshire officials, who foresee Granite Staters picking up the tab for those policies in the form of higher power bills.

SIDNEY, Iowa — His farm is still cut off by floodwaters, so Iowa soybean farmer Pat Sheldon had to view the damage from the air. On a helicopter ride over what seemed like an endless stretch of water, he came to a place he recognized as his own land — and saw that one of the grain silos had …

With heavy March snows, early thaws and plenty of rain teaming up to make area dirt roads impassable last weekend, some New Boston residents are demanding that the town take a new approach to dealing with the town's many unpaved roads.

By the time marine biologist Darrell Blatchley arrived at the fishing village Saturday, the young Cuvier's beaked whale was already floating, dead in the water, its eyes sunken and ribs protruding through its skin. The current off the southern Philippine island of Mindanao had washed away th…

DURHAM — Planting grass turf in tilled agricultural soil greatly reduced the ability of new growth of the invasive shrub glossy buckthorn to establish itself in a new area by seed, according to researchers with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire.

ORION, Ill. -- Randy DeBaillie pointed to the power meter on his snow-covered farm: Even on a foggy, monochromatic day, with the sun barely piercing the clouds, the flat black panels planted nearby in two long rows were generating electricity.