DURHAM — The Town Council is planning to hold a special meeting tonight relating to controversy surrounding a holiday tree in Memorial Park.
DOVER — The school board meeting in Dover planned for tonight has been moved to the high school’s auditorium due to a large expected turnout as the community still works to understand how students in a high school history class were allowed to perform a racially insensitive song.
When she graduated from college in 2012, Molly Owen wasn’t in a financial position to move into her own apartment, much less out of Massachusetts, where she was living with her father.
Lawyers will start picking jurors on Tuesday to decide whether a former physician assistant at the Pain Care statewide pain clinic received kickbacks to prescribe a highly addictive fentanyl spray to patients.
Officials at Dover High School and Dover Regional Career Technical Center are addressing concerns from the community after a racially insensitive video surfaced over the weekend.
A complaint about children accessing pornography at the Lebanon Public Library is prompting the board of trustees to form a task force to investigate filtering.
Durham’s Human Rights Commission has recommended ceasing the longtime tradition, with members saying it is associated with the Christian faith and Christmas celebrations, which may be exclusionary to some people who follow different faiths or are atheist.
MANCHESTER - A homeless man is facing charges of drug possession and resisting arrest after police say he left a 4-year-old boy alone in a city motel room and headed off to breakfast with crystal methamphetamine, heroin and hydrocodone pills in his pockets.
A professor emeritus of international political theory at Dartmouth College isn’t backing down after he lost his appeal before the International Studies Association over a comment he made in an elevator.
MANCHESTER — City residents will have two opportunities later this week to hear presentations from state health officials on two important topics — the launch of the Granite Advantage Health Care Program early next year, and the creation of the state’s next four-year Plan on Aging.
CONCORD – In an effort to help children in foster care reunite with families and caregivers, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on Wednesday awarded $544,968 to the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority.
The organizer of the Concord Christmas parade said he’s not a racist, and it bothers him that Mayor Jim Bouley and other city politicians are citing his past remarks to decide to not march in the parade.
SALEM — Cheers Poker Room and Casino in Salem has been open for about a week after the New Hampshire Lottery Commission reinstated its owner’s game-operator employer license on Nov. 8.
BRENTWOOD — Former Exeter lawyer Thomas Gage was sent to state prison for at least two years Thursday after financially exploiting an elderly woman who was once a family friend and client, and leaving her saddled with more than $81,000 in credit card bills.
A Manchester woman said she’s heard from a missing daughter and will now concentrate on burying another daughter, who committed suicide over the weekend at Valley Street jail.
A North Carolina man in the country under the DACA program filed a lawsuit against Northwood police on Wednesday claiming he was illegally detained for more than two hours when police stopped him and two others for walking down the road while on a work break.
Catholic Charities New Hampshire has completed the acquisition of the programs and assets held by The CareGivers, Inc., after the Manchester-based nonprofit’s former president and CEO committed suicide earlier this year.
A vigil has been scheduled for Sunday afternoon at Wagner Memorial Park, the city park where a swastika was discovered late last month, organizers said.
DORTMUND, Germany — It was the second week of Islam class, and the teacher, Mansur Seddiqzai, stood in front of a roomful of Muslim teens and pointed to the sentence on the chalkboard behind him: “Islam does not belong to Germany.”
The total price of President Donald Trump’s military deployment to the border, including the cost of National Guard forces that have been there since April, could climb well above $200 million by the end of 2018 and grow significantly if the deployments continue into next year, according to …
PITTSBURGH — They gathered in the shuttered street just as the sun began dipping toward the horizon. Men and women, in the shadow of the imposing concrete facade of Tree of Life, stood beyond the yellow police tape that still surrounds the building.
MANCHESTER — Even more drug treatment programs for youth — and now young adults — should be considered for the Sununu Youth Services Center, a legislative study committee recommended on Thursday.
LINCOLN — To raise awareness and funds for New Hampshire child-advocacy centers and an organization that works with stage IV metastatic breast cancer survivors like his wife, a local man let his facial hair grow in and then dyed it pink and teal.
LONDONDERRY — A single mother was facing homelessness after a fire destroyed her mobile home at Whispering Pines on Aug. 26. Whispering Pines is located in both Derry and Londonderry.
Forty illegal immigrants, many who have criminal histories, were arrested during a three-day roundup in four New England states, including New Hampshire, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced.
Discrepancies in pay between men and women are just a few of the topics highlighted in a newly released report on the status of women in the Granite State.
CONCORD — U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan held a roundtable discussion Monday with New Hampshire residents who took over raising their grandchildren as the children’s parents battled addiction.
MANCHESTER — Manchester Fire Chief Dan Goonan said he’s worried that a proposed state plan to combat the opioid crisis won’t include Safe Stations, the Manchester-created program that provides an easy access point for addicts who want to get clean.