Austin Spivey, a 24-year-old woman in Washington, D.C., has been looking for a relationship for years. She’s been on several dating apps — OkCupid, Coffee Meets Bagel, Hinge, Tinder, Bumble. She’s on a volleyball team, where she has a chance to meet people with similar interests in a casual …
CONCORD — The Senate unanimously passed a bill Thursday that would mandate significant improvements to the state’s child welfare system, which legislators described as recovering from a state of disrepair.
CONCORD — People born in New Hampshire will be able to obtain a revised birth certificate identifying them as male, female or neither male nor female as long as they have a notarized statement from their health care provider, if a bill passed by the House of Representatives on Thursday becomes law.
CONCORD — Gun control activist Shannon Watts of Colorado, who founded Moms Demand Action for Guns Sense after the Sandy Hook school massacre, started a social media firestorm on Tuesday with a tweet from the New Hampshire State House.
Charitable giving in the United States rose a lackluster 1.6 percent last year, despite a strong economy — a sign that the 2018 tax code overhaul could be hurting donations, according to a new study published Monday.
ATLANTA — An Atlanta middle school teacher was removed from the classroom and subsequently resigned after video of a conversation he had in class about first kisses surfaced, which many parents took as inappropriate, Channel 2 Action News reported.
A lawmaker who chairs the House Child and Family Law Committee said he was “blown away” to find out that the state bills parents who receive help from the state for their children, charging for everything from foster care to expensive incarcerations at the Sununu Youth Services Center.
WASHINGTON — Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, both D-NH, joined Sens. Jon Tester, D-Mont., and John Boozman, R-Ark., on Friday in reintroducing the bipartisan Deborah Sampson Act to support female veterans.
MANCHESTER — The number of homeless in Manchester is growing. The issue is not unique to the Queen City, and will not be solved in a day. And any efforts to address the needs of these individuals must include agencies from across the city and state, and respect the constitutional rights of m…
MANCHESTER — A New Hampshire disc jockey was cleared of 10 criminal charges — including two felony arson charges — but was found guilty of three misdemeanors stemming from his arrest last October on domestic violence charges.
For years, New Hampshire has had Pay-to-Stay laws on the books. The laws, which require incarcerated people to pay back the state for the cost of their care, are enforced vastly differently, depending on the age of the person who is locked up.
Police in Laconia and neighboring Gilford said they will enforce their ordinances prohibiting public nudity — including the display of female breasts — following last week’s Supreme Court ruling that upheld Laconia’s anti-nudity ordinance.