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Remember all that optimism at the start of our Hot Vax Summer? That was back when vaccinations were on the rise, masks were coming off and getting back to normal seemed possible? Businesses began planning for a return to the office though some were holding off until September to give employe…

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State Rep. Mike Sylvia, a Belmont Republican who chairs the NH Liberty Alliance — who has been an advocate for New Hampshire to secede from the Union — does see one need for the federal government: to fund an effort to jump-start construction of a dam on the Winnipesaukee River.

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After a city councilor proposed nixing Keene’s primary elections due to high cost, low voter turnout and a minimal number candidates eliminated from the general election ballot, officials are taking a closer look at whether this would be the right move for the city.

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A 62-year-old Grafton County man on Wednesday avoided jail time or home confinement for participating in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, as a federal judge said his contrition appeared sincere and that his conduct inside the building was “substantially less severe” than many others char…

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The Speaker of the New Hampshire House is asking lawmakers to consider wearing masks at the State House. The new request, included in this week’s House calendar, comes after a lawmaker who tested positive for COVID-19 blamed lax protocols by House leadership.