Byline: By JENNY WHIDDEN

Gathered together at Hope for Recovery in Manchester recently, a dozen activists began assembling a quilt. On each patch, they plan to carefully...

Despite the land’s bloody past, talk between Abenaki tribe leaders and descendants of Hannah Duston was friendly and productive this week under the...

As the state budget moved through the legislature this year, New Hampshire had its eyes on a provision commonly referred to as the ‘divisive...

The state budget provision that opponents say puts a chill on important conversations about race has been law for two weeks, but community members...

Nearly 30 years ago, Charlotte DiLorenzo moved to Newmarket from Massachusetts, where she had lived her whole life. The lack of racial diversity in...

More than half of the state’s Council on Diversity and Inclusion abruptly resigned Tuesday, citing concerns that the state budget signed into law...

After Asma Elhuni, Lebanon resident and Movement Politics Director for Rights and Democracy New Hampshire, was arrested Thursday alongside four...

Members of the governor’s police accountability commission expressed disappointment after Attorney General John Formella shot down a request for an...

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