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In New Hampshire, serving as a city councilor or school board member is a time-consuming, often-stressful job that is more likely to be rewarded...

There is a game politicians who put party above principle play. It’s called “Tilt the Field.” Both parties play it, of course, but Republicans are...

Tonight is Halloween, the night on which, the ancients believed, the boundary between the living and the dead becomes little more than a swirling...

Congress, whose approval rating hasn’t topped 30% in more than a decade, has been offered a chance to prove it can accomplish something despite the...

You’ll see them, probably as soon as this Saturday: panting, red-faced men and women, brows dripping, eyes ablaze. In their left hand a chainsaw...

Concord has been trying to improve its connection to the river that runs through it for decades, with mixed success. That effort could soon get a...

Lawmakers need to try yet again to restore some sense to the spending of New Hamphire’s share of the revenue earned by making electric utilities...

Whether Seacoast homes or seaside cities are to be or not to be, that is the question. Sea levels are rising, storms and storm surges are growing...

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