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On a Thursday morning in late February 2020, first-year Dartmouth College student David Millman traveled from Hanover to Concord to testify in...

Gov. Chris Sununu says he won’t let “slip by” an apparent voting discrepancy in a state House of Representatives race in Windham – which has...

Expanded absentee voting eligibility helped propel New Hampshire to a new voter turnout record in 2020, despite lots of uncertainty around how the...

A bill to create a school voucher-like system in New Hampshire is poised to be kicked to 2022, after Republicans on the House Education Committee...

Lawmakers clashed Wednesday over a bill creating “education freedom accounts” allowing parents to withdraw students from public schools and take...

Dawn Tyree was a child back in 1985 when she married the man who impregnated her.A couple years later, after years of physical and sexual abuse...

New Hampshire Democrats are seeking a court order to allow lawmakers with serious medical conditions to attend next week’s House sessions remotely...

As a business owner, Brenda Martel does not like to talk about politics – one of society’s most incendiary topics, and one that can break or make...

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