Residents spoke out at the Portsmouth School Board meeting Tuesday night, asking questions about changes to this year's graduation gowns and talking about a “culture of anger and... 0
At least four schools in New Hampshire were evacuated Monday morning, after receiving bomb threats. 7
Plaistow resident Sam Sainsbury is voicing frustration after selectmen voted unanimously last week not to pursue a policy establishing a residency requirement for those workers with annual salaries... 1
Final paving and striping at the Lee Traffic Circle is underway this week. 1
A judge agreed with prosecutors that Daniel E. Musso Sr., 54, posed too much of a public danger to be released from Strafford County jail, where he is currently being held. 4
Today, software created at B2W is used by close to 2,000 heavy construction companies across the United States. B2W has clients in each Canadian province, and in 2017 the company plans to develop a... 1
Catholic Charities Office of Immigrant and Refugee Services received a grant to help represent immigrant victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Basra Mohamed, a graduate of the University... 0
Ayotte has stated that she will not endorse, but will support Donald Trump. Here is a classic example of someone putting their political party above what is good for the country. 3
What Ayotte does not mention is that she is simultaneously a leader in the Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. 0
Convicted murderer Tristan Wolusky was in court Friday morning, smiling and even laughing as his attorney asked Judge Steven Houran for a hearing on a motion to set aside the jury's verdict. 3
During his commencement speech at UNH Saturday morning, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations told graduates to be well-educated citizens of the world. 6
Those who attended a celebration of Kyle Jameson's life at Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom on Saturday afternoon remembered his infectious laughter and ability to always find the good in any given... 0
Exeter's Knowledge Institute is part of a push to boost small business, here and abroad. 0
Preliminary plans for a baseball park with the potential for a stadium and a 100-room hotel on Route 125 in Brentwood were unveiled Thursday night. 0
The festival offers up-close looks at vehicles, including firetrucks, police vehicles, N.H. SWAT team vehicles, Salem Department of Public Works trucks, a rigger, limousine and sports car. 0
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