Mark Hayward's City Matters
An only child, America Carrillo believed she would fail classes and disappoint her parents, hard-working Mexican immigrants whose American dream rested on her success. 0
Working at the Zachary Road Intensive Residential Educational Treatment Facility, you can get hit, spit on or bitten by kids ranging in age from 5 to 21. They may call you fat, or old, or shout... 4
In Granite Hammer roundup number 7, which was announced Jan. 29, 2016, more than half of those arrested were never sentenced to any time behind bars, and the longest sentence served was a year. 37
Some city school officials say the state-mandated Information and Communications Technology lessons for high school students can be embedded in other classes. 7
Alex Crowder has been living in hospital or rehab-center settings since Feb. 6, when a hit-and-run driver struck him as he crossed upper Spruce Street. 7
Editor's note: Due to a publishing issue, Saturday's City Matters column appears today. 0
Safari Youth Club, which started in early 2014, is a new refuge in the Queen City. It is a home base for some of the kids and young adults who grew up in refugee camps in sub-Saharan Africa. 2
Working as part of the Mobile Crisis Response Team, Jeannette and O'Neil are two mental health counselors who will come to the door of people undergoing a mental health crisis. 1
If an aging rail trestle can be restored, it would give future bicyclists and pedestrians a glimpse into transportation in the 19th and early 20th centuries. 13
Family Six rented out apartments without the proper city certificate that says the apartment meets basic health and safety standards. 2
An ordinary Franco-American, Martel captained a four-year battle that ended the Optima Health merger and restored Catholic Medical Center as an independent, Catholic hospital on the West Side. 3
Some sort of overlap often takes place between the eight days of Hanukkah and the 12 days of Christmas. But it is rare for them to start and run simultaneously. 6
With the outpouring of support — support few refugee families receive in Manchester — the Mustafa family has made a home out of their south Manchester apartment. 21
Parents wonder about when their children will learn the truth about Santa Claus. Michael Richert wonders when his boys — 5 and 8 years old — will learn the truth about his terminal cancer. 2
Street box alarms are those clunky looking, red metal Bible-sized boxes that you find on telephone poles beneath a banner that reads FIRE. About 80 of them are scattered around the city. 2
Free-market, New Hampshire conservatives from the grass roots to the corner office praised their Capitol Hill counterparts for blocking a U.S. Hous...
SEABROOK – Police in Seabrook say the owner of two pit bulls who got loose and attacked shoppers in the strip mall where Market Basket and th...
A state police trooper who pulled over a van that was operating erratically on I-93 found everyone inside had entered the country illegally and one...
CONCORD - It may have taken 18 years of effort, but Manchester's long-time state senator got the votes he needed Thursday and his bill to allow two...
Katie and Oliver Simon's first child was born early Thursday morning in a London hospital in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks that shook the...
Wal-Mart is entering the business of online grocery shopping to offer more convenience and stay competitive.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Democratic Party is accusing Republican Gov. Chris Sununu of improperly promoting his family business by...
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