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Byline: By MARY STEURER

Donna Brown, a Manchester criminal defense attorney, still remembers the first time she brought up racial discrimination in court.She argued police...

New Hampshire may soon join the growing number of states that keep a comprehensive record of how police interact with their communities, but...

A state commission on police reform last year unveiled widespread inconsistency in what data New Hampshire police collect, on whom and in what...

The race for county attorney, up for election Tuesday, could help set the tone for how Merrimack County responds to public demands to address...

For inmates, a new hurdle in education

10/13/20

Kimberly Piper, an English teacher for the New Hampshire Department of Corrections, is a staunch advocate of the Socratic method.“I firmly believe...

The University of Notre Dame was one of the first universities in the U.S. to announce its intent to hold classes in person this fall.When it...

New Hampshire wasn’t what Courtney Daniel expected.A transplant from Atlanta, Daniel settled in Portsmouth with her family in 2012. After the move,...

Elijah St. Pierre emerged from a stream of celebrating seniors and their families, graduation cap in hand. His dad, Rich, his stepmom, Kim, and his...

It took nearly three decades, but Lacy Crawford has reclaimed her voice. She reclaimed it, she said, even after others had worked so hard to keep...

Places of worship in the Concord area have found creative ways to keep the faith and create footholds of normalcy at a time when it’s most scarce...

As a national conversation erupts over how our country honors historic figures, the Hannah Duston Memorial in Boscawen will remain standing...

District maintains law delayed release

7/14/20

It was state law and not the actions of the school board that delayed the public disclosure of an investigator’s report into sexual misconduct...

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