DOVER — The library director in Dover is locking the public bathroom doors and limiting access to them after two years of dealing with drug use and overdoses in a space designed for community involvement and childhood learning.
Brightly colored backpacks are piled against a wall in the basement of the Raymond United Methodist Church waiting to be filled with food for children in Raymond and Fremont who otherwise might go without when they’re not at school.
MANCHESTER — The mayor of the state’s largest city says she supports refugee resettlement in Manchester, while awaiting additional information on whether doing so will require approval by Queen City aldermen, under a new policy from President Donald Trump.
MANCHESTER — The mother of one of three girls who police allege were sexually assaulted after walking away from Granite Pathways drug treatment center last summer believes the organization misled her about efforts to find the girls.
CONCORD — The decision to terminate the contract that allows Granite Pathways to operate the adolescent drug treatment center at the Sununu Youth Services Center in Manchester was met by approval from both local and state officials.
TOKYO - A visit to Japan by Pope Francis and his dream of a nuclear-free world drew largely positive headlines this week in Japan. But when he tried to gently encourage the Japanese to extend a hand of friendship to refugees, the backlash on social media was significant.
NASHUA — Some people are concerned that parents might not be notified if their child changes their name or status as transgender or gender-nonconforming on school records, under a recently adopted policy.
Winners of the NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge presented business models to help improve nutrition for Haitians, and to help educators in the United States as they implement experiential education.
Inmates at the Carroll County Department of Corrections who are struggling with drug addiction will no longer be allowed to receive prescription medication to treat opioid dependence unless they were already taking it before being jailed.
The number of minorities who call New Hampshire home doubled in the past 18 years, and now one out of every 10 Granite State residents is of a racial minority, according to an analysis of census data recently compiled by the UNH Carsey School of Public Policy.
Consultants from San Antonio spent two days in Manchester last week, gathering data with the hopes of devising a plan to address the growing problem of homelessness in the Queen City, a top city official said.
DOVER — A small group of protesters advocating for the region’s homeless population left five symbolic body bags on the front steps of Dover City Hall on Monday morning with the message, “Live Freeze and Die,” attached to them.
MANCHESTER — With an early cold snap hitting the Granite State overnight Tuesday, organizations that serve the homeless were uncertain of what would happen when Manchester’s emergency shelter reaches capacity.
A battle over billions of dollars in the bankruptcy case of Purdue Pharma has eclipsed what observers see as a key element of a proposed settlement of thousands of opioid lawsuits: a bid to repair the Sackler family legacy.
Two animal-rights groups held a protest Saturday outside the new Living Shores Aquarium at Story Land, questioning the commitment to animal welfare and giving a special nod to Lolita, an orca in Miami.