Byline: By ELLA NILSEN

When New Hampshire political consultant Jim Demers picked up Barack Obama late at night at Manchester’s airport in December 2006, the then-senator...

With the spotlight shining down and millions of eyes watching, New Hampshire Democratic Party delegates took turns at the microphone to read aloud...

National audiences were introduced to the personal side of New Hampshire’s opioid and heroin crisis at the Democratic National Convention in...

As the Democratic National Convention opened in Philadelphia, new revelations that officials favored Hillary Clinton’s campaign during the...

Ronna Hamelin has been involved in politics since 1968, when she first voted. The following election cycle, she canvassed for Democratic...

When New Hampshire’s delegates arrive at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, it will be a first-time experience for most.The...

With drug deaths in New Hampshire at an all time high, Granite Pathways Executive Director Sandi Coyle said she’s heartened to see Democratic and...

When new students step onto the Keene State College campus for freshman orientation, a frank discussion about sexual assault follows.Every student...

The four Republican gubernatorial candidates outlined positions on everything from the state’s economy to abortion at the first debate of the...

One year after the state attorney general’s office filed subpoenas against five large drug companies to discover how addictive painkillers have...

The number of drug deaths in New Hampshire this year is set to surpass last year’s record of 439, according to analysis from the state medical...

Physicians in New Hampshire and across the country report feeling pressure to overprescribe opioids because patient pain surveys are tied to their...

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