Gov. Chris Sununu’s office has refused to produce records relating to payments he and members of his staff received from a corporation- and lobbyist-funded nonprofit responsible for organizing his inaugural parties in 2017.

CONCORD – A free associate degree for qualified students, research into the state’s high rate of pediatric cancer and a multimillion-dollar clean energy fund were among proposals highlighted by Republican Gov. Chris Sununu in his second inaugural address Thursday before a joint session of th…

The Democratic leaders in the state House and Senate want New Hampshire to join other states in appealing a Texas judge’s ruling declaring the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, but Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has declined.

CONCORD — Gov. Chris Sununu lost the second of his three picks to join the state Site Evaluation Committee with former Republican state Rep. Michael Vose of Epping withdrawing his nomination Tuesday on the eve of a showdown vote on the Executive Council.

CONCORD — Attorney Charles “Chuck’’ Douglas became the eighth recipient Monday night of the Josiah Bartlett Center’s Libertas Award. He said he was surely the first to so closely match Bartlett’s biography.

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.

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.

CONCORD — Longtime GOP stalwart Wayne MacDonald has announced he will not seek reelection as chairman of the state Republican Party, clearing the way for Trump supporter Stephen Stepanek, who formally announced his bid for the position two weeks ago.

CONCORD — Five former New Hampshire governors took a public stand in support of long-serving Secretary of State Bill Gardner on Wednesday, with an endorsement published in major media throughout the state.

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."