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New Hampshire lawmakers are once again considering a bill to repeal the death penalty, less than six months after failing to override Republican...

A Merrimack County Superior Court judge has ruled that the New Hampshire Department of Justice was not acting in a “retaliatory way” when it sought...

Days after Gov. Chris Sununu proposed to cut its state funding in half, New Hampshire Legal Assistance is appealing to the Legislature for help.“We...

Some girls said they were isolated from friends and family during their marriages. Others said their husbands physically abused them. More said...

The Franklin Police Department may soon have a furry addition to its team.The department is considering bringing in a comfort dog that would be...

When it comes to job growth in New Hampshire over the next decade, the state thinks the rich will get richer.Projections through 2026, based on...

Our Turn: The bipartisan case for death penalty repeal

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In these divisive times, there is an issue that Granite State Democrats and Republicans agree on: The time is now to repeal the death penalty...

It was the hot ticket item of 2013: casinos in the Granite State. Gov. Maggie Hassan championed it, businesses hailed it, and more than a few...


There will be baseball played this week.Only 119 days after the Boston Red Sox locked up their ninth World Series title with a victory over the Los...

PEMBROKE – Noah Cummings needed 14 points to reach 1,000 for his career heading into Tuesday night’s home game against Manchester West. Like most...

BOSTON – One way or another, the spotlight was always going to shine on the Boston Celtics in an Eastern Conference without LeBron James.After back...

SAN DIEGO – With their city’s long-suffering fans desperate for a winner, the rebuilding San Diego Padres delivered their splashiest free agent...

Legislators have put off deciding whether the second Monday in October needs a name change for this session.A bill that would have renamed...

A Merrimack County Superior Court judge has ruled that the New Hampshire Department of Justice was not acting in a “retaliatory way” when it sought...





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