Byline: By ELLA NILSEN

Bree Cosgrove wants children to know that their parents’ addiction isn’t their fault.Cosgrove organizes Camp Mariposa, where kids can go swimming...

When Grace Sanborn traveled from her home in Laconia to the Seacoast to visit her two young grandsons in foster care, a little voice would...

Nine-year-old Aidan zipped up his black and red wetsuit under the warm summer sun, stuffed his feet into his camo rubber boots and hopped in the...

In Helene Lorden’s living room, a big, inviting armchair is parked in front of the television. But the 58-year-old grandmother of five rarely gets...

When attorney Ellen Arnold went to her first district court hearing in the late 1970s and stood up next to her male client, the judge looked right...

Acting Portsmouth police Chief David Mara will soon be changing jobs and taking on the role of the governor’s adviser on addiction and behavioral...

"I think if you look at the entire federal government and the president’s commitment to this challenge, you’ll see that there are actually hundreds...

Activists in the transgender community may not have gotten the law they wanted this legislative session, but they are not done trying to spur...

Speaking publicly for the first time in a year, retired Concord High School principal Gene Connolly reflected on his twin legacies of living...

The sophomores in Tim Beaulieu’s first-period math class had never heard former principal Gene Connolly’s real voice until Tuesday morning.Their...

Three years ago, Concord High Principal Gene Connolly welcomed parents and students to the annual Back to School Night, as he had done so many...

One thing Democrats and Republicans can agree on these days is there’s too much drama coming out of the White House.Each day has brought a new...

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