Byline: By ETHAN DEWITT

When COVID-19 first appeared, it didn’t take long for school teachers and administrators to recognize a coming crisis. A temporary emergency order...

New Hampshire public schools opened this school year with 1,845 fewer kids than they did last year – a 1.1 percent drop. But when it comes to the...

New Hampshire state officials are diverting federal funding meant to help the resettlement of the state’s 250 Afghan evacuees toward statewide...

Enrollment in New Hampshire’s public charter schools grew 13.89 percent over the last school year, according to new figures released by the...

New Hampshire officials are attempting to upgrade the state’s therapeutic cannabis registry – and they’re seeking input from those in the industry...

New Hampshire House Democrats elected Rep. Matt Wilhelm as House Democratic leader Thursday, seeking a change in direction amid razor-thin margins...

For New Hampshire residents, some of Tuesday’s election results may have seemed familiar.The state’s three congressional Democrats fighting for...

Two years ago, when New Hampshire Republicans took back the state House, the margin of victory appeared slim. Republicans won 213 seats to...

A year-and-a-half-long rental relief program is likely coming to an end soon, state officials announced last week, after the U.S. Treasury left New...

As New Hampshire lawmakers look ahead to a new slate of education laws next year, some are pushing to give school boards a more central role...

For seven years, the New Hampshire School Boards Association had a model policy for how schools should treat transgender students and uphold their...

Last month, a bipartisan majority of state senators sent Gov. Chris Sununu a letter with a last-minute request. The U.S. Department of Agriculture...

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