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We were unable to contact Wolfeboro Sen. Jeb Bradley to ask him what he was thinking. And we have yet to sample Old Hampshire Applejack, one of the...

It was in the fall, exactly a century ago, that the great flu pandemic of 1918 began felling Concord residents. Before the so-called Spanish...

‘Let me assert my firm belief,” Franklin D. Roosevelt said in first inaugural address, “that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself...

For two centuries after that first Thanksgiving gathering in Plymouth, Mass., the holiday was celebrated whenever people in a given place felt like...

To move the state forward, New Hampshire Democrats, who will assume control of the House and Senate in January, will have to find areas of...

Okay folks, fasten seat belts and batten hatches, the going in the representative democracy we call home could get rough in the coming months. In...

Record voter turnout in New Hampshire and across the country made democracy the big winner in Tuesday’s midterm election. Democrats were winners...

One vote matters. Your vote matters.The closest U.S. Senate race in history was held right here in New Hampshire, in 1974. The first ballot count...

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