NEW HAMPSHIRE (WABC) -- A cat named Fuzzy has tested the limits of his nine lives, and now, he is reunited with the owner who lost him four years ago.
Senators strongly supported a bill yesterday that would prohibit those receiving public assistance from using government-issued cards to purchase alcohol, tobacco, adult entertainment, lottery tickets, tattoos and piercings, or for gambling.
Republican Rep. Kyle Tasker of Nottingham said yesterday that an image he posted on Facebook earlier this week about battered women does not reflect his personal views and was not meant to be offensive.
The cost to park in Keene could more than double in some parts of the city, as could parking fines.
HAMPTON — The first harbor seal sighting of the year ended in heartbreak this week for local rescuers, as a seemingly healthy 3-foot-long seal pulled from Hampton Harbor died during medical observation.
On a 145-133 vote, the New Hampshire House approved a resolution 'expressing support for the right of residents of the District of Columbia to be fully represented in the Congress of the United States of America.'
#1. District of Columbia 291.55
#51. New Hampshire 53.42
The richest city in the U.S. has been named as Washington DC, according to a report out basing the analysis on the 2011 Census Bureau American Community Survey.
“Nearly a year after the Boston Marathon bombings, I’m concerned that there are too many unanswered questions about how the Tsarnaev brothers were able to carry out the attack,” Senator Kelly Ayotte said in a statement to the Globe.
(NECN: Josh Brogadir) - It may seem like just yesterday, but it's been nearly one year since the bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line.
DOVER — A Milton landlord accused of firing a gun near his tenant and others in September remains free on bail after waiving arraignment and entering a plea of not guilty at Strafford County Superior Court last week.
Brown automatically gives Shaheen a serious challenge, and national Democrats will have to throw in their own money to help – leaving fewer dollars for all of the other competitive Senate races.
The true story of a young novelist who meets and befriends an eccentric, privileged New Yorker when he delivers a crippled hunting dog to him from an animal shelter, and later discovers that his friend was a serial imposter and brutal double-murderer.
She declined to comment on what steps town leaders would take against GNP or parent company NH-based Cate Street Capital if they don’t pay their taxes.
'The poetry of cinema has been replaced by the Dan Brown prose of cinema.'
Rourke said our society has learned its lessons from legal tobacco and alcohol, two substances that have caused a number of problems in the state due to the people who abuse them.