CAPITAL BEAT

There’s good news and bad news for the Franklin city school district. The bad news: Finances have been devastated. Up against a rash of enrollment...

It goes without saying that in the summer of the budget veto, not much is getting done.The weeks of sporadic budget negotiations, terse public...

When Gov. Chris Sununu vetoed a bill to create an “independent redistricting commission,” he framed it in part as pushback against several left...

Months into the Democratic presidential primary process, one thing is clear: Student debt is top of mind for many voters.It’s become a key question...

The stories Carolyn Virtue tells speak louder than she can alone. As an official at an organization helping those with disabilities or old age...

It’s the kind of story that’s become all too familiar: A son steals from his elderly mother for years, raiding her retirement account for his own...

At Merrimack Valley High School in Penacook, not all roads to graduation are traditional.This past year 137 students used alternative credits to...

Walking away from one of the biggest political setbacks of his second term, Gov. Chris Sununu appealed to history.“This body has a tradition going...

For weeks, the State House offices roared with life.Budget writers crammed in back-to-back negotiations; legislative employees rushed out copies of...

Gordon MacDonald first shot to prominence as New Hampshire’s attorney general two years ago. Yet in chasing the nomination for chief justice to the...

Biggest issues facing budget

6/15/19

Midway through Wednesday, Republican and Democratic leaders were wearing brave faces. Gov. Chris Sununu had just delivered an animated press...

It’s the ever-elusive remedy.Town officials have craved it, school administrators have begged for it, and now, another state court has decreed it...

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