CONCORD -- The third, long-shot candidate for NH secretary of state abruptly dropped out Friday, blasting Democratic Party leaders for having what he called a "warped obsession with absolute partisan fealty."

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HOOKSETT — In a move that’s sure to turn heads in the world of higher education, Southern New Hampshire University has announced that it hired longtime MIT vice president Kirk Kolenbrander to be the executive vice president for the College of Engineering, Technology, and Aeronautics (CETA).

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CONCORD -- The campaign to put a mandatory paid family and medical leave bill on the desk of Gov. Chris Sununu is halfway there, clearing the higher hurdle with approval in the state Senate on Thursday.

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PORTSMOUTH – New Hampshire's two U.S. senators had sharp words for the Environmental Protection Agency, which stopped short Thursday of setting safe drinking guidelines for water contaminated by per- and polyfluoroalkyls. 

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HOOKSETT -- Thanks in large part to a $203,000 grant from Southern New Hampshire University, the town of Hooksett has all but guaranteed that the Fire Department will be able to purchase a $400,000 used ladder truck to replace the town’s current truck, which has been off the road for more than six months due to severe corrosion that caused it to fail inspection.

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DERRY -- The Derry Cooperative School Board agreed Wednesday night on a grade school population trigger that would set the closing of an elementary school in motion.


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