Byline: By ETHAN DEWITT

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...

A Manchester Republican who referred to LGBTQ people as having a “deviant sexuality” in a hearing last week has apologized, saying he had taken...

Two days after a House representative was admonished by the chairman of the Criminal Justice committee for referring to LGBTQ people as having a...

It’s been 40 years since Edward Coolidge was released from New Hampshire state prison – and nearly 60 since he committed his grisly crime – but his...

The House Judiciary Committee voted in favor of a bill Tuesday that would prevent mobile app companies from sharing an owner’s location unless...

A New Hampshire representative referred to LGBTQ people as having a “deviant sexuality” on Monday, derailing debate on a bill sought out by LGBTQ...

Two years after mandating that New Hampshire public schools provide feminine hygiene products in their bathrooms for free, some members of the New...

The New Hampshire House voted to expand New Hampshire’s “stand your ground law” Thursday, approving legislation that would allow people to use...

Another House session, another New Hampshire athletic complex. Members of the 400-member body once again gathered on socially distanced folding...

 The New Hampshire House passed a bill that would refund fines issued to businesses for violating COVID-19 orders, the first successful rebuke of...

New Hampshire’s Liquor Commission has struggled to review, regulate and enforce state alcohol laws in recent years, according to an audit of the...

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