GILFORD — It was far from the recruitment-poster experience Bruce Richardson envisioned when he joined the Marine Corps in 1979. He was 17, and wanted to serve his country. Now Camp Resilience in Gilford is serving him.
GILFORD — Post-tramatic stress disorder affects more than veterans and first responders, and occurs as the body’s and brain’s response to more than just combat or cataclysmic events, according to military experts and trauma counselors.
There's been a steady rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in New Hampshire over the last two weeks, but the number of deaths and hospitalizations due to the virus have remained flat.
Of all the criticisms of plans to reopen schools this fall, one of the most common was that children wouldn’t be able to keep their masks on. If some adults can’t manage to wear a mask into a crowded store, how can we rely on kids to do so? Or so went the common complaint.
It has been a great season for boating – and if you need a second opinion, head to a local marina and ask to see all the empty space in their showroom. Social distancing and travel restrictions made boating an attractive alternative to other summer plans, and lots of hot, dry weather made fo…
Yolanda was at a low point in her life. She no longer had custody of her children. She had bounced in and out of recovery programs, including a methadone recovery program she was in for years.
Looking ahead to November, some New Hampshire pollworkers are warning that delays are in store if the state doesn’t grant them more leeway in processing absentee ballots before Election Day.
LACONIA — Former Mayor Ed Engler, who came up with the idea of the city buying downtown church property, said the purpose of the acquisition was not only to create more downtown parking but to save the 91-year-old structure from a wrecking ball.
The job situation continues to improve in New Hampshire, as reflected in the unemployment rate as well as a continuing drop in initial unemployment claims.
As the air turns crisp and New England’s characteristic fall colors begin to emerge, New Hampshire businesses are bracing for a leaf peeping season that could look quite a bit different than in years past.
The Supreme Court of New Hampshire held oral arguments Wednesday to examine whether a list of over 250 police officers with possible credibility issues should be made public.
LACONIA — School district officials had hoped to be able to have students return to full-time face-to-face instruction by September 30, but that will not be possible, Superintendent Steve Tucker said Wednesday.
LOUDON — Paul Sanborn used binoculars Wednesday morning to scan a wide swath of Belknap and Merrimack counties from his perch atop the Oak Hill fire lookout tower.
Even before the polls opened on Election Day, we knew New Hampshire was poised for record-breaking absentee ballot numbers. Now, we have the data to better understand how expanded absentee eligibility affected voting patterns in the September state primary.