CONCORD — State parks and historic sites could close, welfare checks would come up short and millions in federal grants to fight the opioid crisis could be lost under the current continuing resolution (CR) that is operating in the absence of a compromise two-year state budget.

New Hampshire had two major moves for public schools Thursday as Gov. Chris Sununu signed a landmark, anti-discrimination law while an administrative rules panel objected to the Learn Everywhere plan of Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut.

As state treasuries reap the benefits of a 2018 Supreme Court decision that paved the way for the taxation of online purchases, U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan is calling on her Congressional colleagues to pump the breaks.

CONCORD -- Senate Majority Leader Dan Feltes, D-Concord, confirmed Thursday he was "seriously considering a run for governor" and he and his wife, Erin, would decide by the end of the summer whether to try to take out Republican Gov. Chris Sununu in 2020.

A $13 billion state budget that adds millions in new spending on education, child protection, mental health and addiction recovery passed the Democratically controlled House and Senate along party lines on Thursday, without a single Republican vote in either chamber.

CONCORD — Attorney General Gordon MacDonald did his best to convince three Democrats on the five-member Executive Council that his lengthy association with conservative Republican causes and candidates would not influence his decision-making as chief justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Cour…

CONCORD — Couples hoping to have a beloved family member or best friend preside at their wedding will have to plan their ceremony in Vermont or some other state that allows such proceedings, because New Hampshire will not, at least for now.