DURHAM — The Town Council is planning to hold a special meeting tonight relating to controversy surrounding a holiday tree in Memorial Park.
MANCHESTER — Ray Wieczorek celebrated his 90th birthday Sunday with family and friends who turned out to honor the former executive councilor and longtime mayor of Manchester.
The Russian ambassador. A deputy prime minister. A pop star, a weightlifter, a lawyer, a Soviet army veteran with alleged intelligence ties.
WASHINGTON — Nick Ayers announced Sunday that he is leaving the White House and will not be President Donald Trump’s next chief of staff, with four other candidates now in the running to succeed John Kelly as Trump eyes a decision by the end of the year.
Fresh off surviving the stiffest challenge of a storied 42-year career, Secretary of State Bill Gardner now faces another affront to New Hampshire’s vaunted first-in-the-nation primary, this one from a familiar foe with a new strategy.
Strike up the band and cue the drum major, the parade of Democrats visiting New Hampshire and hungry for the opportunity to try and take out President Trump in 2020 is well underway.
Fire Chief Dan Goonan had requested a 32 percent increase — more than $15 — in the hourly rate charged for fire details requested or required by private or public organizations.
The Republican chairmen of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee and House Oversight Committee on Saturday released a transcript of former FBI Director James Comey’s closed-door testimony about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails.
White House chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job at the end of this year, President Donald Trump said on Saturday, marking the biggest in a string of changes one month after Republicans lost control of the House of Representatives in midterm elections.
Former Andover, Mass., Police Chief Brian Pattullo just spent his first week sitting in the office of Salem Police Chief Paul Donovan as the department’s civilian administrator.
Lawyers for the state's judicial retirement plan said a former judge who resigned in 2008 after helping her disbarred lawyer hide money from the state is not entitled to get nearly a $90,000 annual pension and more than $400,000 in back pay and health coverage.
SALEM — Police Chief Paul Donovan tendered his resignation on Thursday after an independent audit found a myriad of problems with staff culture, his department’s handling of internal affairs investigations and how it addressed complaints from the public.
CONCORD — A former employee of the Department of Health and Human Services, who says she was fired for wanting to breastfeed her newborn at work, will finally get her day in court after a six-year legal battle.
LONDONDERRY -- Town Manager Kevin Smith said the tax increment financing (TIF) district for the area that includes the new F.W. Webb and EFI buildings has been closed out because the town made its last payment reimbursing for infrastructure projects in July and finished collecting taxes to pay for it this month.
President Donald Trump will nominate State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, two White House officials said on Thursday, tapping someone with no prior policy or political experience to deal with some of the world's thorniest issues.
CONCORD — Attorney Dan St. Hilaire was confirmed as a Superior Court judge in a 3-2 vote of the Executive Council on Wednesday, with Democrats Andru Volinsky and Chris Pappas in opposition.
DURHAM — The rabbi at UNH & Seacoast Chabad Jewish Center says he will continue to fight for the right to have a menorah displayed at a public park in the town of Durham.
The nail-biting, two-ballot victory for Secretary of State Bill Gardner was a colossal upset that was not even thought possible a few weeks ago.
CONCORD — In a day of high drama at the State House, Bill Gardner, the nation’s longest-serving Secretary of State, held off a formidable challenge by former Executive Councilor Colin Van Ostern, eking out a four-vote win to another two-year term.
WASHINGTON - The late President George H.W. Bush was hailed at his state funeral on Wednesday as a World War Two hero, Cold War veteran and architect of a U.S. victory against Iraq who went on to represent a bygone era of civility in American politics.
MANCHESTER — Aldermen unanimously approved a request Tuesday from officials in the city’s economic development office to amend the RSA 79-E tax credit program to include structures in the downtown Redevelopment District.
MANCHESTER — City aldermen voted Tuesday to send a rezoning request to allow for townhouses on four lots along Old Wellington Road to the Aldermanic Committee on Bills on Second Reading for review.
CONCORD — A high-powered commission failed to endorse moving the start of all public schools until after Labor Day, but submitted a report that offers a “road map” on how to overcome obstacles to the change.
NASHUA — Construction of a new boat ramp facility at Greeley Park, designed to provide better access to the Merrimack River, could begin in a few months.
BRENTWOOD — A Hampton couple accused of voting twice in the 2016 general election made their first appearance in court Tuesday as they prepare to defend themselves in a case of alleged fraud that resulted from a new voter crosscheck program.
DERRY — Town Council Chairman Jim Morgan announced during a council meeting Tuesday night that he is calling for a summit with Sen. Maggie Hassan and newly elected 1st District Congressman Chris Pappas to discuss the issue of special education funding.
NASHUA — A school official says he was forced to file a Right-to-Know request with the district and, as a result, may now have to pay more than $50 in exchange for the documents.
Four-term Democratic Gov. John Lynch was joined by a host of other high-ranking Democrats on Monday in voicing strong support for incumbent Secretary of State Bill Gardner, whose fate will be decided by a vote of representatives and senators on Wednesday.
Durham’s Human Rights Commission has recommended ceasing the longtime tradition, with members saying it is associated with the Christian faith and Christmas celebrations, which may be exclusionary to some people who follow different faiths or are atheist.