POLITICS

The next time voters head to the polls in New Hampshire, they’ll need to take a few extra steps if they’re not yet residents of the state.A new law...

Executive Councilor Mike Cryans said Friday he will vote against the nomination of Attorney General Gordon MacDonald as chief justice of the New...

Ten years ago, the idea of marriage equality in New Hampshire was hotly contested.Now, it seems like the right is part of the Granite State’s...

Pete Buttigieg, the South Bend, Ind., mayor and Democratic presidential hopeful, made a morning swing through Concord on Saturday, part of a two...

The New Hampshire House again moved to eliminate the state’s death penalty Thursday, overriding the governor’s veto by the slimmest possible margin...

A prisoner in New Hampshire can spend years locked up without any real way of generating income, only to be forced to foot the bill for their care...

A bill establishing a right-to-know appeals board has government transparency advocates concerned certain provisions will make it harder, not...

In the first major election since Donald Trump became president, Democrats put Republicans on their heels.Voters gave Republican Governor Chris...

Ending summer vacation after Labor Day is opposed by virtually all New Hampshire school organizations, but favored by many tourism and business...

Two of Concord’s longer-serving city councilors may be stepping down within the next month.Both councilors, Steve Shurtleff and Daniel St. Hilaire,...

Election highlights diversity in politics

11/11/18

New Hampshire’s Legislature – a political body historically made up of mostly older white men – appears to be getting more diverse after Tuesday’s...

As the population of the Sununu Youth Detainment Center continues to drop, a study committee is examining whether alternative uses for the state’s...

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