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Orthodox Dartmouth Students Demand Stricter Kosher Fare

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Hanover Students at Dartmouth College are petitioning administrators to institute a higher standard of kosher dining, arguing...

Owing $80,000, Pittsfield woman asks court to stop town from evicting her

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The deed and the doorstep tell two different stories. Nearly a year ago, the worn, gray trailer with the green door and shutters...

Abortion provider cuts hours in NH after losing taxpayer support over scandal

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EXETER, NH, August 28, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) Planned Parenthood in New Hampshire is complaining that state funding cuts mean...

A 2012 file photo of former New Hampshire State Police Trooper James Conrad in court  suing the state over his firing.

Ex-NH State Trooper says Maura Murray was murdered, buried under suspect's home

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Earlier today, former NH trooper James A. Conrad took to Facebook and said he had 'first-hand knowledge' that state detectives...

Police seek leads in North End murder of Bedford woman

All available police detectives are investigating the unexplained shooting death of a well-known Manchester native as she went for her regular Sunday-night exercise walk in an affluent North End neighborhood, a grim-faced police chief said Monday.

Kerri Reason

Police say Keene woman tried to hire hitman to kill estranged boyfriend

Bail was set at $500,000 cash Monday for a 25-year-old woman police say tried to hire someone for $5,000 to murder her estranged boyfriend.

The traditional prohibition on chewing gum is going by the wayside this year at Epping Middle School.

School gum policy gives students something to chew on

The principal of Epping Middle School is changing the school's policy this year to allow students to chew gum as long as they toss it when they're done and they're not chewing loud enough to annoy others.

Profile principal Courtney Vashaw at the June 5 commencement of the Profile High School Class of 2015. The 41-member Class of 2015 voted unanimously to forego their senior trip and to give the money to Vashaw, who is battling an aggressive form of cancer.

Profile principal battling rare cancer grateful for support, looks forward to making return

While upbeat and very grateful for the community's continued support as she battles an aggressive form of cancer, Courtney Vashaw was nonetheless disappointed Monday, because, for the first time in seven years, she missed the start of the new school year at Profile Junior-Senior High School.

Police seek leads in North End murder of Bedford woman

All available police detectives are investigating the unexplained shooting death of a well-known Manchester native as she went for her regular Sunday-night exercise walk in an affluent North End neighborhood, a grim-faced police chief said Monday.

Kerri Reason

Police say Keene woman tried to hire hitman to kill estranged boyfriend

Bail was set at $500,000 cash Monday for a 25-year-old woman police say tried to hire someone for $5,000 to murder her estranged boyfriend.

The traditional prohibition on chewing gum is going by the wayside this year at Epping Middle School.

School gum policy gives students something to chew on

The principal of Epping Middle School is changing the school's policy this year to allow students to chew gum as long as they toss it when they're done and they're not chewing loud enough to annoy others.

Profile principal Courtney Vashaw at the June 5 commencement of the Profile High School Class of 2015. The 41-member Class of 2015 voted unanimously to forego their senior trip and to give the money to Vashaw, who is battling an aggressive form of cancer.

Profile principal battling rare cancer grateful for support, looks forward to making return

While upbeat and very grateful for the community's continued support as she battles an aggressive form of cancer, Courtney Vashaw was nonetheless disappointed Monday, because, for the first time in seven years, she missed the start of the new school year at Profile Junior-Senior High School.

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From left, Don Davidson, Maurice Arel and Bernie Streeter publicly announce their endorsements for Chris Williams for Nashua mayor, at right.

Three former Nashua mayors endorse Williams

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Three former mayors expressed their faith in mayoral candidate Chris Williams on Monday, formally endorsing him in next week's primary election.

Derry residents raise most of funds to hire law firm for petition fight

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Some residents have raised almost all of the funds necessary to pay for the legal costs in an effort to try to have the town recognize eight petitions.

Merrimack's 'selfie sisters' on the campaign trail in NH

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Addy and Emma Nozell of Merrimack have made it their summer mission to obtain selfies with every presidential candidate.

Hillary Clinton joins fellow Democrat U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen at a campaign rally in Nashua in 2014

Shaheen slated to endorse Clinton

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U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH, will endorse Democratic candidate for President, Hillary Clinton, at an event in Portsmouth next weekend.

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