As the Legislature grapples with a number of efforts to increase police transparency in the state, Tuesday will be an early test for lawmakers’ appetites.
Granite State teachers and school staff are scheduled to be vaccinated between March and May, in Phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, but many educators are saying that isn’t soon enough.
Manufacturers of every size and across every industry are weathering unforeseen economic forces rising from the coronavirus pandemic. Demand for products has been upended, relationships with suppliers and customers are being tested and liquidity issues have multiplied. Some manufacturers hav…
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. — When he arrived at the Brattleboro courthouse that day in 1994, David Morey knew he was in trouble.
Over the last several months there has been growing awareness of the damage done by the Covid-19 pandemic to not just our physical health but also our mental health. Because of the economic impact of Covid-19, many of our families, friends and neighbors have had markedly worse experiences th…
It looks like a lot of people got a new home for Christmas in New Hampshire, but the real gift seems to have gone to sellers as sales volume in the normally quiet month of December rose by nearly 50%.
The U.S Department of Health and Human Services advised states to accelerate the COVID-19 vaccination process by releasing the doses they had originally held back for second shots.
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. — Detective Joshua Lynde and his team were cruising down Putney Road one morning in October when they saw the guy.
Although Monday is the first day to apply for the new Paycheck Protection Program, most businesses in New Hampshire still have to wait or apply out of state.
CONCORD — Some 35 business organizations are behind a Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire effort to push state lawmakers and the governor to back COVID-19 liability protections for companies.
MANCHESTER — The number of homeless people was already growing fast before the pandemic, and now the problem has grown larger than we know, experts say. In Manchester alone, the count of unsheltered homeless has more than doubled from July 1, with about 170, to over 480 as of Nov. 30.
For almost a week, COVID-19 hospitalizations in New Hampshire have hovered above 300 people, more than double the peak seen in the spring.
It’s a Saturday evening, the day after Christmas, and public health advocates Nia Smith and Marie-Elizabeth Ramas are getting ready to broadcast live on Facebook from their homes. They’re hoping people will sit down in front of their laptops and engage in a pretty atypical holiday conversati…
In signing the end-of-year spending package last month, President Donald Trump put in motion the latest stimulus effort by Congress to address the COVID-19 pandemic.