Byline: By TIM CAMERATO

Gatherings held on or in residential properties in Hanover are now limited to 10 or fewer people, not counting the residents themselves, under an...

LEBANON — City officials passed an ordinance Wednesday night requiring people in Lebanon to wear face masks inside businesses, government buildings...

The Hopkinton Town Library is restoring some service this week, allowing people to return books and check out items more easily.Starting on Tuesday...

New Hampshire officials announced Saturday that an additional three people died of COVID-19, while another 49 people tested positive for the virus...

The father of a Dartmouth College student is asking a federal court to refund part of his son’s tuition, saying the Ivy League school’s switch to...

UNITY — A Sullivan Counting nursing home staffer who tested positive for the coronavirus last month was retested and saw results come back negative...

HANOVER — Dartmouth College officials declined Wednesday to rule out layoffs and furloughs for some of its 3,900 employees, including non-tenured...

HANOVER — State Sen. Martha Hennessey, who spearheaded efforts to better protect children and New Hampshire’s most vulnerable citizens during her...

U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., joined 13 Democratic senators on Saturday calling for Congress to increase funding for contact tracing.The...

It wasn’t long after Bryan Marquard and his wife, Jill, moved into their home just south of Mink Brook that they began to catch glimpses of a bear...

Housing assistance for America’s rural communities should be included in future COVID-19 stimulus bills, New Hampshire’s Senate delegation said...

A downtown hair salon intends to distribute roughly 1,000 N95 face masks to local hospitals and health centers after raising about $2,000 from...

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