Byline: By ETHAN DEWITT

Two months before tax day, New Hampshire lawmakers are racing to pass legislation to protect businesses from paying state taxes on Paycheck...

For Alison Breault, the hormone treatment for her son wasn’t just a medical procedure. It was a new beginning.As a teenager, Breault’s son, who was...

Republican House leadership unveiled a bill Tuesday to allow Granite State parents to use public school funds toward private school tuition – the...

A four-year Republican effort to lower New Hampshire’s business profits tax to 7.5% is moving forward with renewed energy this year – two years...

Seven months after its creation, a New Hampshire program to assist renters and homeowners is frozen, with no applications being accepted since Dec....

As the pandemic has progressed, the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office has issued about $10,000 in fines against businesses over violations of...

Four years after falling short, the push for a right-to-work law in New Hampshire is back. A group of Republican senators and representatives are...

A Concord police officer charged with second degree domestic violence last week will be released from jail Wednesday on personal recognizance, a...

Franklin City Councilor Olivia Zink will be the city’s interim mayor until municipal elections in October, after a vote by the council Monday...

New Hampshire towns can go ahead and postpone their town meetings in 2021 due to the coronavirus, after Gov. Chris Sununu pre-empted a bill in the...

A Concord police officer was arrested Friday on charges of choking his wife while she held their 4-month-old son in late 2020, ordering her to lie...

New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald will be New Hampshire’s next chief justice of the state Supreme Court, after a 4-1 Executive...

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