Byline: By LEAH WILLINGHAM

Some girls said they were isolated from friends and family during their marriages. Others said their husbands physically abused them. More said...

The Franklin Police Department may soon have a furry addition to its team.The department is considering bringing in a comfort dog that would be...

Five-year-old Brennan Loucks’s eyes were wide with excitement as he looked around the small, cozy ski lodge Thursday night.His gaze moved from the...

Solymar Hernandez now knows what to do if someone close to her starts pushing her around and calling her names.Hernandez, a Concord High senior...

Franklin’s trestle bridge, with its aging wooden frame that rises 50 feet over the Winnipesaukee River, is a centerpiece of the city’s downtown.The...

It’s easy to become an activist on social media.Users can share articles, posts and comments with a global audience in just a few clicks of a...

Authors of a bill originally intended to expedite the process of clearing the criminal records of young offenders and victims of PTSD proposed an...

After seriously considering a transition from a volunteer to a part-time fire chief, the town of Boscawen will continue having a volunteer chief...

UPDATE: Boscawen’s new chief, Timothy Kenney, will continue the tradition in Boscawen of having a part-time fire chief. He will make $14,000 a year...

Some students’ parents can afford to buy them tampons and pads to bring to school.Others have to either miss school because of their monthly...

Budget: The proposed operating budget is $23,639,324, up 2.21 percent from last year. The largest increase was reflected in salary increases from...

Beth Shaw thought it would be different the first time she saw the man charged in her son’s death. Shaw expected she would come face-to-face with...

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