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Editors note: This is the third and final part of a series by Laconia Daily Sun Managing Editor Roger Carroll about his experiences with the mental health system after going through a personal crisis that landed him in an emergency room, a placement annex and finally a designated receiving f…

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Editor’s note: This is second part of a three-part series about a journey Laconia Daily Sun Managing Editor Roger Carroll made through the mental health system after a personal crisis that brought him through an emergency room, a placement annex and, finally, a designated receiving facility …

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Editor’s note: Laconia Daily Sun Managing Editor Roger Carroll experienced firsthand how the state’s mental health system works, and doesn’t work, when he went through a personal crisis recently and sought help. He writes about his experiences in three parts this week to shed light on that s…

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CONCORD, N.H. — The re-election of the guardian of New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary, regulators' rejection of a hydropower project, and a Powerball winner's privacy fight were among the state's top stories in 2018.

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WASHINGTON – New Hampshire ranks 46th nationwide in funding programs that prevent kids from using tobacco and help smokers quit, according to a report released Friday by leading public health groups. New Hampshire is spending $140,000 this year on tobacco prevention and cessation programs, w…

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CONCORD — Nearly half of all New Hampshire adults say they experienced stressful or traumatic events in childhood, and data released Monday show those experiences are hurting their health today.

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CONCORD — With loud cheers and applause, New Hampshire lawmakers on Wednesday re-elected their veteran secretary of state and guardian of the first-in-the-nation presidential primary after two rounds of close votes.

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GILFORD — A sign at Ellacoya State Park on Wednesday warned of high levels of bacteria.

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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…

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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.