PORTSMOUTH - Attorney Paul McEachern said he's concerned 'as a citizen and a lawyer' that the city is taking no position in a legal dispute over a $2.7 million estate that was largely left to police Sgt. Aaron Goodwin.
The Handout List answers this question: For every dollar a state’s taxpayers send to Washington, how much comes back in the form of federal spending?
LOWELL -- A police sergeant has obtained a temporary restraining order preventing the city from promoting to lieutenant a sergeant who lives in New Hampshire.
SEABROOK — Two Seabrook police officers fired Wednesday and a lieutenant who was demoted following a probe into a four-year-old excessive force incident caught on video are contesting the town’s disciplinary action.
The number of people and political action committees who gave to U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen from April to July vastly outnumbered those that gave to her top Republican …
JAFFREY — No one is being held responsible — at least for now — for an April 2013 crash that left a young man dead and the car he was in unrecognizable in a wooded area off Route 202.
'With my family, I will start a new life. We are going to move to New Hampshire, where my brother-in-law Gabriel lives.'
HINSDALE — The local police department will continue to investigate reports of a peeping Tom in the community, but officers don't yet have enough information to conclude there is one, according to Police Chief Todd A. Faulkner.
PORTSMOUTH — People involved in the historic Connors Cottage senior housing project disagree on who is to blame for the failure of windows installed there.
SOMERSWORTH — The owner of Somersworth House of Pizza said city councilors and Mayor Dana Hilliard have been 'absent' in recent weeks following the brutal July 2 assault on a pizza delivery driver.
Back in March, Appleinsider reported that Apple is wanting to expand the production of the Arizona-based sapphire plant to 1,700 heaters to make sapphire boules in mass.
BELMONT — Selectmen will spend about $3,000 painting and lettering the new fire chief vehicle after they realized he bought a gray one instead of red or white one.
Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte along with Congresswoman Carol-Shea Porter want to take a closer look at the potential environmental impacts.
In his book, Halper quotes Hillary Clinton's former law classmate who claims his friend was a keen marijuana smoker.
Despite cutting a fifth of its workforce since emerging from bankruptcy in 2011, FairPoint Communications is still counting on reducing labor costs through major benefits and wage concessions in labor negotiations with its unions in order to become financially stable.
DURHAM — Members of UNH’s chapter of the Sigma Nu fraternity are left without a home now that asbestos has been found in their 10 Madbury Road building.
One pioneering approach, discussed in a review article published this week in WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology, uses nanoparticles to jumpstart the body’s ability to fight tumors.
'Everything is beautiful,' said the 27-year-old Afghan interpreter, beaming a wide smile as he spoke about the start of his new life in America with help from Stratham resident Sean Norton, who serves in the Navy Reserve as an engineering aide in the Seabees.
It’s perhaps no surprise that New Hampshire politicians in particular have warmed to bitcoin since the Federal Election Commission approved a specific request by Make Your Laws in May.
The deficit-fighting duo are back together again. Former senators Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) and Kent Conrad (D-N.D.), who fought crime the deficit during the first debt ceiling tussle, have been hired by the same D.C.-based public relations firm, Edelman.