LATEST NEW HAMPSHIRE ANGLE
- Drink recipe author surprised Hassan banned book over drink names
- FEMA says Durham and Dover to be suspended from National Flood Insurance Program for lack of floodplain management
- NHPR Audio: Tracking finances, writing off expenses could be tricky for N.H. pot dispensaries
- Petition to object to Title V Permit for Schiller Station; New Hampshire
- Local regulations only scratch the surface of worries for NH’s budding medical marijuana industry
- Monadnock hospital accepting patients again after four-day computer outage
- Foodstuffs: Why this Penacook ice cream stand serves falafel and Scottish egg rolls
- Feds investigation of NH gun store expands to five others declared 'Muslim free zones'
- Suit alleges GTAT ‘chaos’, shareholders say firm tried the ‘impossible’
- Boston Globe: Snarky T-shirts sell — especially in New Hampshire
- NH Supreme Court upholds dismisal of bullying suit against Manchester schools
- Judge gives Labrie team two weeks to prepare argument against felony charge
- Ex-maintenance man at NH inn gets 18 years for raping guest
- Campton pot patch plaintiff loses federal appeal to have conviction tossed
- Strafford County says arsonist firefighter should spend much longer in prison
- NH AG asks court to toss 'running nun's' appeal of abortion clinic buffer zone
- NH man gets year in jail for writing racist graffiti on home of African refugees
- Alton cop suspended after Rollinsford domestic has certification suspended, awaits trial
- DNA helped crack Gilford rape case thanks to law requiring samples from felons
- Fired chief saga in New Durham heads to litigation phase
- Ed Klein: Biden may enter race after New Hampshire
- NHPR: A critical eye on real-time media coverage of trials involving sexual violence, minors
- Howie Carr: Obama’s renaming of Mount McKinley an outrage
- Concord Monitor: Failure marks path of a scandal
- Concord Monitor embraces fracking, calls for hefty carbon tax to offset declining energy prices
- Sununu quits cable beat after Boston Globe bows to leftwing pressure group
- PolitiFact: Arbiters of truthiness rule Hassan's budget a tax increase
- Shribman: The perils of New Hampshire
- Slate: The odd sexual-consent law that explains bizarre Owen Labrie verdict
At least one unknown vandal in her sixties has been caught in the act of painting the rainbow bench in red. She ran to her red compact car and took off.
50 years ago today, on September 3, 1965, 18-year-old Exeter, New Hampshire resident Norman Muscarello, while hitchhiking on Highway 150 outside of the small, bucolic town, witnessed something incredible and mysterious.
EXETER – Resident and former selectman Bob Eastman has submitted a citizen’s petition to be placed on the March 2016 warrant restricting the town’s use of its recently-purchased 'drone,' or UASV, to prevent what he sees as possible invasions of personal privacy.
PORTSMOUTH — City Manager John Bohenko said he billed Hillary Clinton's campaign for use of city property and resources, for a Saturday campaign stop, and that the bill has been paid.
The lure of the wild has recently attracted an interesting batch of solitude seekers: Reese Witherspoon ('Wild'), Mia Wasikowska ('Tracks') and Robert Redford, twice.
Pittsburg man arrested for using harsh language with daughter's coach has conviction overturned by Vt.'s highest court
Five of the most obscure college degrees in America -- Adventure Education – Plymouth State University
American novelist John Irving is releasing a new book in November. It’s called the Avenue of Mysteries and what do you know? It features a Mexican-American who will be traveling to the Philippines.READER COMMENTS: 0
BRATTLEBORO - Tessa Gobbo of Chesterfield, N.H., and the United States women's eight advanced directly to the Sunday final by posting the best time at the 2015 World Rowing Championships on Monday on Lake Aiguebelette in France.
Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean is back on the presidential campaign trail in New Hampshire, but this time not as a candidate. Dean, who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004, is now working to get Hillary Clinton in the White House.READER COMMENTS: 0
Now, the shoe's on the other foot (to a certain extent...) and the battle is being fought in a different state. First off, it's a cop who's being denied his request for a vanity plate.
Perhaps prodded by my light-hearted story Tuesday about whether Mt. Washington should be renamed Agiocochook, somebody has petitioned the White House to do just that, noting that George Washington owned 300 slaves, and 'Allowing the George Washington’s name on places is offensive to all U.S. residents of color.'READER COMMENTS: 0
At the Flume Gorge in the heart of the New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest, vertical walls of darkened Conway granite stretch nine stories skyward and 800 feet (245 meters) long toward the base of Mount Liberty.
FEMA says Durham and Dover to be suspended from National Flood Insurance Program for lack of floodplain management
Responding to vandalized rainbow benches, Keene church launches #onthebench selfie contest!
Katie McQuaid's Scene in Manchester: No Labels nonprofit group spreads its problem-solving message
Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notes: We at the Union Leader have a 'license'— and obligation — to inform
Fish and Game seeks volunteers for survey