A frustrated Mayor Joyce Craig said homeless encampments on the lawn of the Hillsborough County courthouse likely will remain, after state officials told her they do not plan to force anyone off the property.
Franklin Pierce University is rescinding its “transgender participation and inclusion policy” for school sports, after reaching an agreement to resolve a case filed against the university with the U.S. Department of Education.
NEW YORK — The founder of the #MeToo movement marked its third anniversary on Thursday by launching an online platform to fight sexual violence, hoping to expand the reach of the campaign against harassment and assault.
A University of New Hampshire researcher found the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic combined with exposure to fake news led people to feel a joint desire to save for the future but also to spend a little bit more to make themselves feel better.
Public records are a little more public in New Hampshire, thanks to a Keene State College journalism professor who guided five students through a class assignment that turned into a three-year legal fight over the public’s right to know.
The state’s top prosecutor has deemed that New Hampshire State Police troopers acted appropriately when they broke the windows of a parked car and dragged the Black driver, who refused to submit to an arrest, out of the car last May.
MANCHESTER — State officials are devising housing options for homeless people currently living on the lawns at the Hillsborough County Superior courthouse in downtown Manchester, a state official said.
A controversial adoption case that has generated accusations of racism shows that police aren’t the only government officials who need to be aware of implicit bias and systemic racism, an official with the Manchester NAACP chapter said last week.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court last week rejected an effort by Black grandparents from North Carolina to upend a guardianship that eventually led to their grandchildren being adopted by two White families in New Hampshire.
MANCHESTER — A Carisbrooke apartments resident fed up with homeless people camping in his Manchester neighborhood was charged with impersonating a police officer after pointing a handgun and trying to roust two men from nearby Wolfe Park, police said.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A lawyer for Breonna Taylor’s family on Friday demanded Kentucky’s state attorney general release the evidence presented to a grand jury that decided against charging police officers with homicide in her death during a botched raid.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Jails in eight of New Hampshire’s 10 counties charge their inmates more money to make an in-state telephone call than FCC-regulated out-of-state call, the federal agency said Tuesday.