As federal COVID-19 support programs fade away, evictions in New Hampshire are on the rise.
Lilly Cote pauses when she thinks about 2018. It was a bad year for the 76-year-old Franklin native. Her husband lost his two brothers, within a month of each other. She also lost her adult son.
CONCORD — Nancy West, founder and executive editor of InDepthNH.org, will receive the Michael Donoghue Freedom of Information Award by the New England First Amendment Coalition on June 1 in Boston.
PORTSMOUTH — The city’s first downtown micro-unit development has received the key approval it needed to move the project forward.
Not far from the Concord Municipal Airport, between a post office and a dance gym, sits a 28-acre field that’s been restored as a refuge for an endangered species of butterfly.
In an effort to reduce the amount of solid waste headed to landfills, the town of Bow has recently started to explore sustainable options for composting food waste.
The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office recently met with a veterans organization that has called on law enforcement to take a stronger stance against NSC-131, a neo-Nazi group that’s active across New England.
A federal judge said New Hampshire has one year to stop holding psychiatric patients in hospital emergency rooms, overriding pleas from state health officials for more time to make that change.
The NH House on Thursday killed a so-called “parents' bill of rights,” which, among other provisions, would have required public schools to fully answer parents’ questions on whether their child is identifying by a new gender.
No Labels makes effort toward 3rd-party presidential candidate on 2024 ballot: Where do they stand in NH and what are experts saying?
The United States is a two-party system. But there have been a couple of exceptions, most notably Green Party candidate Ralph Nader in 2000 and Reform Party Candidate Ross Perot in the 1990s.
The state has retracted its claim that some salad greens grown and processed at Loudon’s Lef Farms greenhouse were tainted, saying an error by the state Public Health Laboratory in Concord was responsible for the incorrect alert.
The right to interracial marriage is now enshrined in New Hampshire state law.
The New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee, voting along party lines, on Tuesday recommended against a House-passed bipartisan marijuana legalization bill.
Some live in that idealized NH promoted by state officials and business leaders — living in quaint towns while working for a tech firm or health care organization and getting to play in the great outdoors. They live the NH advantage. And then there are those who cannot afford that dream life…
After three weeks of testimony and argument, the trial pitting the ConVal School District against the state for failing to fulfill its constitutional obligation to fund an adequate education came to a close May 5 in Rockingham County Superior Court, again leaving Judge David Ruoff with a num…
David and Tina Miller were empty nesters with plans to retire and travel when they took in their son’s girlfriend’s niece and two nephews, none of whom they’d met. They knew only that the kids, all under 12, were living in relatives’ homes where drugs and needles were more consistent than he…