A review of New Hampshire's child protective services conducted by federal officials concludes the state still has a long way to go in protecting children from abuse. 0
But DOT staff felt that holding back all payments would not be fair to the vendor, so some payments will still be made. 0
The pipeline from Manchester to Stratham would be built along the state highway. In May, 22 of 24 state senators endorsed it. 0
Things are fairly quiet at the State House this time of year, but the machinery of government grinds on. 0
"An individual's right to live free from governmental intrusion in private or personal information is natural, essential, and inherent." 0
New Hampshire has, unfortunately, developed a reputation for antipathy toward energy infrastructure projects. 0
Don't tell Andru Volinsky, but the New Hampshire Liquor Commission is trying to boost sales to customers in other states. 0
Chuck Douglas is a former New Hampshire Supreme Court justice and congressman. 0
Like most of my fellow first-term representatives, I spent my first weeks in Concord nearly two years ago wandering around trying to figure out what to do. 0
In an attempt to reach more out-of-state customers, the N.H. Liquor Commission is rolling out a discount program for consumers from Maine, Massachusetts and Vermont equal to twice the sales tax rate... 0
The two Democratic candidates for the open District 4 seat on the Executive Council sparred over their campaign finances during a forum Thursday night. 0
The New Hampshire Legislature will come back into session on Sept. 13, just two days after the state primary election, to consider bills vetoed by Gov. Chris Sununu. 0
Members of the Senate Democratic Caucus selected Sen. Donna Soucy (D-Manchester) to serve as Senate Minority Leader Monday night for the remainder of the current legislative session, replacing Sen. 0
The only thing that moves slower than traffic on I-93 on a Friday afternoon is the I-93 widening project itself. 0
Bridges already have been updated to accommodate four lanes, but about 15 miles of the highway on each side will be built with three lanes and shoulders. Another roughly 8 feet of pavement will need... 0
A Salem father is facing assault charges after his 3-month-old boy suffered a skull fractures and other injuries when he allegedly struck the baby's...
Greenland-based PoliteMail Software topped this year's list of fastest-growing private companies in New Hampshire, according to Inc. magazine's...
A review of New Hampshire's child protective services conducted by federal officials concludes the state still has a long way to go in protecting...
They were charged with reckless conduct and endangering the welfare of a child, and the father was also charged with falsifying physical evidence.
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