Starting next year, college students at New Hampshire schools who hail from out of state but desire to vote in local elections will have to establish residency in the Granite State to do so.
CONCORD — Survey results from three Granite State groups have highlighted the need for reliable high-speed broadband service to meet current and future needs of businesses throughout New Hampshire.
WASHINGTON — New Hampshire will be receiving $640,455 in historic preservation grants through the U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Park Service’s $48.9 million program for U.S. states, territories, and partnering nations. Another $11.4 million is allocated for historic preser…
CONCORD — Fewer than 150 of the nearly 95,000 New Hampshire names flagged by a multistate voter registration database represent cases of possible fraud, the secretary of state said Tuesday.