The Sununu administration may not be able to put up a stop sign to prevent other states from collecting sales taxes from New Hampshire online retailers. But they can build a few speed bumps. 0
To the Editor: I am a retired Nashua police officer. I was injured on the job and required to take a medical retirement. At the time, my wife and I had three young children. Even then, the cost of... 0
Liquor commission management claims ongoing visits to state liquor stores by State Employee Association President Rich Gulla are "disruptive and intimidating." 0
An advisory opinion issued by a divided state Supreme Court on Thursday did much more than provide legal cover for Gov. Chris Sununu to sign an election-related bill he once said he hated. 0
We have often praised New Hampshire's political class for uniting across party lines to fight attempts by other states to force Granite State retailers to collect their taxes for them. Not so fast. 0
The New Hampshire chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is calling for revisions to the rules governing how police officers are placed on a list identifying individuals with potential... 0
A state audit of agencies providing substance abuse treatment shows that it will take more than money to serve those battling opioid addiction. 0
The Executive Council is being asked to approve more than $1 million in retroactive contracts for two agencies on the front lines of the opioid battle, just days after the release of a critical state... 0
A case now working its way through the state Supreme Court could determine if insurers have to pay for medical marijuana in workers' compensation cases, even though state law exempts health insurance... 0
We should make sure we're properly enforcing existing laws before we pass new ones. 0
Under New Hampshire's quirky, but time-tested division of labor in state government, the governor and council can call the Legislature back into special session, but the Legislature sets its own... 0
State prosecutors found that more than half of recently turned-in campaign finance reports contained violations of election laws. 0
The Supreme Court decision allowing states to collect online sales taxes will bring state lawmakers back into session. 0
When leaders of the state employees union decided to make high-volume sales at state liquor stores a signature issue for 2018, they probably didn't anticipate it would cause a rift within the ranks. 0
State officials have formed a joint legislative task force to review potential legislation dealing with last month's ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that states can force online shoppers to pay... 0
Harold Ramirez began the week ranked fifth among Eastern League hitters with a .304 batting average. He moved closer to the No. 1 spot in that...
Tim Dow, cleanup operations manager for ServPro in Manchester, is frequently called by city health and safety agencies and insurance companies to...
Hometown favorite Bryce Harper of Washington rallied from a slow start in the final round and edged Kyle Schwarber of the Chicago Cubs 19-18 to win...
Hooksett's Matt Paradis continued his hot play on Monday, shooting a two-round total of 143 to qualify for the U.S. Amateur Championship next month.
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