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New Hampshire high school seniors can take a free college course this fall, thanks to funding from two local philanthropic organizations.The...

People who make less than $20,000 a year, or $40,000 for a household, can apply for property tax relief from the state.The Department of Revenue...

Concord city councilors unanimously endorsed a deal with one of the state’s largest developers to turn the former Department of Employment Security...

Patients in a mental health crisis can no longer be involuntarily committed in emergency rooms without being offered a probable cause hearing...

Jimmy Makris says he never knew how much customers liked his fried clams.“We’d have 15 people at the bar,” Makris said by phone Monday, “and at...

My Turn: The shrinking 4,000 footers

5/11/21

For our independent senior project during the last month of our senior year at Derryfield High School, two friends and I are hiking New Hampshire’s...

For the past five or six years, Nashua Police Lt. Carlos Camacho has been teaching new officers about implicit bias, whether it’s an unconscious...

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