The President is expected to highlight three major fronts in his policy rollout: prevention and education, treatment and recovery, and law enforcement and interdiction.
It was the first time in tournament history that a 16th seed had won a game. Virginia became the first No. 1 seed to ever lose to a 16-seed.
This month, Time magazine featured a two-page photo spread of a funeral service for an addict at the Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium's Hanover Street chapel.
Never let it be said that Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig misses a chance to grab some cash.>
Unless Gov. Chris Sununu or two state senators change their minds, New Hampshire is likely to keep the death penalty.>
Last week was Sunshine Week, and the New Hampshire Legislature did its part to pull back the curtains a little bit more on government in the Granite State.
Brian Stone's life ended last week outside the very building where he had spent a good chunk of his 51 years on earth.