On the campaign trail, Gov. Chris Sununu frequently refers to the state's balanced budget and the millions of dollars in surplus funds he distributed in his first two years in office. 0
A lot of people at the State House are eagerly awaiting the response from Attorney General Gordon MacDonald to an inquiry from state Sen. Harold French, R-Franklin. 0
After a highly-successful first term as governor, Republican Chris Sununu is seeking a second. New Hampshire voters would be wise to give it to him. 0
I want to take this opportunity to thank Chris Sununu for the work he has done as governor, and especially his great efforts in advocating for younger citizens, and their families, of this great... 0
Sandown, Bedford and Londonderry sent out 71 incorrect ballots, while Auburn and Chester sent 55. 0
Unitil customers will be paying $1.6 million per year in higher rates in order to subsidize the Penacook trash incinerator. 0
Andrew Cline is president of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy. 0
Thanks for your support in September. Your support affirmed the successes achieved last term. Your further support will be appreciated. 0
Concord Public Defender Robin Davis is running against Concord prosecutor Paul Halvorsen for Merrimack County Attorney. 0
CONCORD — A state law requiring hundreds of upper-level state employees and commission appointees to file financial disclosures appears to be routinely ignored, with little or no consequences... 0
When protesters gathered by the hundreds on the State House lawn a month ago in support of renewable energy legislation that had been vetoed by Gov. Chris Sununu, there were plenty of signs... 0
State officials are asking the federal government to cover the cost of search and rescue operations in the White Mountain National Forest, where nearly 50 percent of the rescues take place. 0
The narrow approval of Brett Kavanaugh to a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court Saturday left a partisan divide in New Hampshire. 0
Occupational licensing is one of those issues that Gov. Chris Sununu has been focused on as part of his effort to ease regulations on business. 0
State Rep. Greg Hill, R-Northfield, has been one of the most aggressive advocates for school choice in the State House. 0
Police in Hampton have again arrested a dog groomer who allegedly killed a golden retriever, this time because they say she breached bail conditions.
On the campaign trail, Gov. Chris Sununu frequently refers to the state's balanced budget and the millions of dollars in surplus funds he distributed...
Sears plans to close three New Hampshire stores by year's end after it disclosed in its Monday bankruptcy filing it would shutter its Newington store.
Thousands of Granite Staters could be in for a very pleasant surprise this week when the state releases its annual list of unclaimed property.
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