Byline: By ETHAN DEWITT

Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said that he would respect U.S. Supreme Court precedent if appointed to the New Hampshire Supreme Court...

Joe Biden hadn’t been inaugurated yet, but state Rep. Safiya Wazir already knew the impact his presidency would have on her life: her children.On...

Three months after the New Hampshire Supreme Court delivered a transformative ruling over government personnel practices, including police...

Franklin Mayor Tony Giunta announced he would resign his post effective immediately, citing the recent death of his mother and the need to spend...

As the Legislature grapples with a number of efforts to increase police transparency in the state, Tuesday will be an early test for lawmakers...

New Hampshire’s 400-member Legislature took up a pandemic-era experiment last week, meeting in a UNH parking lot in staggered spaces for a socially...

Despite a year-long effort, Concord’s chicken-raising restrictions are staying in place. In an 11-4 vote Monday, the Concord City Council voted to...

A week after a violent occupation of the U.S. Capitol building forced members of Congress to shelter in hiding, U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster says she...

New Hampshire State Police and the state’s National Guard units are prepared to deploy should protests in the state turn violent in the coming...

Gov. Chris Sununu partly blamed President Donald Trump for the behavior of hundreds of supporters who broke into the U.S. Capitol during riots, and...

All four of New Hampshire’s Congressional representatives came out in favor of removing President Donald Trump from office on Thursday, joining...

An effort to allow towns to postpone their town meetings this spring during the pandemic was put on hold Wednesday, after the New Hampshire House...

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