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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Retired Roman Catholic Bishop John McCormack, who faced criticism for his role in Boston’s clergy sex abuse scandal and led...

Fall visitors to New Hampshire are being asked to keep their tempers in check and their trash off the ground during their leaf peeping trips this...

Redistricting job to go on city ballot

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Redistricting of the city’s six wards will be in the hands of the City Council if voters approve a referendum which will be on the ballot in...

After a three-year process to improve equity in its schools, the Manchester School District has its first Chief Equity Officer: Tina Philibotte.For...

Fall in New Hampshire is synonymous with juicy red apples and bright orange pumpkins, and for those who wait all year for autumn’s harvest, look no...

Family planning centers may begin to narrow health services for low-income women after the Executive Council voted down a series of contracts last...

Vaccination stats of those with COVID-19 in N.H.

9/21/21

The New Hampshire Health Department releases daily data about COVID-19 cases but the information doesn’t paint a complete picture of what’s going...

Pickles will once again return to Winchester’s downtown Saturday, after the annual pickle festival was canceled for the first time last year due to...

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