Stephanie Pagliuca used to joke that she would retire once New Hampshire got a dental residency program, but now, she’s finally getting her wish.
When it’s dangerously hot outside, as it was this week with temperatures reaching into the upper 90s, many local governments spring into action – opening cooling centers and sharing information about the risks of extreme heat. But as the climate changes, how cities and towns plan for extreme…
Proponents of the law hope it will make telehealth more accessible to those with poor internet connectivity or busy schedules.
LANCASTER — Coos County Superior Court Judge Peter Bornstein said he expects the defense will wind up its case in the trial of Volodymyr Zhukovskyy on Monday.
Martha and Paul Dickey’s son Jason Dickey took his Merrimack Valley High School ID card with him wherever he went, and had it on him the day he died by suicide in 2017, at age 19.
HARTFORD — The Planning Commission granted final approval Monday for a proposed development to create 18 low-income apartments aimed at the chronically homeless.
New Hampshire ranks in the lower third among states in a new survey that measures a post-pandemic uptick in foreclosure activity nationwide.
Electricity rates for many New Hampshire residents are set to spike this month, with three of New Hampshire’s four utility companies previously announcing major increases set to kick in in August.
Multiple universities and colleges in New Hampshire have received bomb threats, according to a Tuesday press release from The New Hampshire Department of Safety.
Cheshire Medical Center reached a settlement with the N.H. Board of Pharmacy late last week, allowing the Keene hospital to keep its pharmacy permit with various restrictions, including regular audits of its controlled substances, and pay up to $235,000 in fines and fees.
NASHUA — The trustees of the Community College System of New Hampshire voted today to freeze tuition for all seven of the state’s community colleges. This is the fourth consecutive year that CCSNH has had no tuition increases, and in fact, since 2011, tuition has risen by a total of only $5 …
The federal government is sending an additional 1,140 doses of the monkeypox vaccine to New Hampshire, according to state health officials.
CLAREMONT — Ten weeks after a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by state, county and city officials in mid-May for the new sober housing facility in downtown Claremont, the building remains unoccupied because the elevator is inoperable.