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New Hampshire would no longer be able to seek reimbursement from prison inmates or former inmates for all or part of their incarceration costs...

Eight months after the U.S. Supreme Court opened the door for states to legalize sports betting, New Hampshire is taking the gamble.In his budget...

By the time he was arrested in a Keene motel last November, Mark Dennis was well known to the court system. The 31-year-old had been booked and...

New Hampshire took one step closer to recognizing “Juneteenth,” the commemoration of the abolition of slavery, after a unanimous vote in the state...

An effort to legalize marijuana in New Hampshire racked up its first legislative victory of 2019, passing the House Criminal Justice committee...

It was a decision that would define New Hampshire elections for decades. In 1993, the passage of the National Voter Registration Act forced the...

An independent human resources employee would investigate sexual harassment complaints against New Hampshire lawmakers under a bill before a Senate...

Some girls said they were isolated from friends and family during their marriages. Others said their husbands physically abused them. More said...

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