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Byline: By ETHAN DEWITT

When Julian Jefferson finally called the police that night, it wasn’t to report a crime.Late in the evening in winter 2010, Jefferson was walking...

Late in 2019, Brandon Zalinsky had what seemed to be stability: a manufacturing engineering job in Manchester a year out of college, a partner with...

NH teacher union backs vaccine mandate

8/17/21

The New Hampshire chapter of the National Education Association is supporting a vaccine requirement for teachers, reversing an earlier position as...

Future New Hampshire high school seniors will have a new requirement to graduate: a passing grade on the national civics exam given to new...

The video announcement was framed like a victory address. Standing before a woodpile, Prime Alternative Treatment Center CEO Keenan Blum gave the...

It was passed into law at nearly the last possible moment. But after three years of legislative starts and stops, Gov. Chris Sununu’s paid family...

They started with 773 bills in January. They passed 207, killed 147, retained 189, re-referred 42, and tabled dozens more, many of which were...

When Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley introduced the latest version of the “divisive concepts” bill last week, he made sure to stress what it...

COVID-19 brought broad changes for the Concord Police Department. Calls for service dropped 40% in the early weeks, while parking fines – like...

Last year, Concord boosted the salaries of its police department by nearly $1 million above and beyond contractual raises.Those pay increases...

When COVID-19 hit New Hampshire, the first priority for Karen Hambleton was purely pragmatic.A deadly virus whose methods of transmission were...

A long-awaited Penacook Market Basket is expected to be up and running by fall 2022, with a new roundabout on Route 4 near Whitney Road planned to...

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