Byline: By ETHAN DeWITT

New Hampshire took one step closer to recognizing “Juneteenth,” the commemoration of the abolition of slavery, after a unanimous vote in the state...

It was a decision that would define New Hampshire elections for decades. In 1993, the passage of the National Voter Registration Act forced the...

It was the hot ticket item of 2013: casinos in the Granite State. Gov. Maggie Hassan championed it, businesses hailed it, and more than a few...

Days after Gov. Chris Sununu proposed to cut its state funding in half, New Hampshire Legal Assistance is appealing to the Legislature for help.“We...

On Friday afternoon, Concord Main Street regular Kevin Clark became Twitter-famous when presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a New...

It’s been a dual problem for years: New Hampshire’s high student loan debt and its persistent workforce shortage. On Thursday, Gov. Chris Sununu...

Five months before a controversial New Hampshire voting bill takes effect, the American Civil Liberties Union has filed a federal lawsuit to shut...

For two years, Republican legislation to tighten requirements at the voting booth set off praise and condemnation. Now, Democrats are hoping to...

It’s practically an Election Day tradition: hundreds of thousands of Granite Staters swarming the polls on their way home from work.But one...

It didn’t take long for months of tensions to boil over.The state’s Executive Council voted Wednesday to hold off on a salary increase for top...

Hundreds of marijuana legalization supporters poured into the State House on Tuesday, as a long-awaited bill by Hampton Rep. Renny Cushing received...

Jay Couture has grown used to her employees not sticking around. The CEO of the Portsmouth and Exeter-based Seacoast Mental Health Center has seen...

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