Gambling bill scuttled, 'Now it is going to be really tough' for budget
Editor's Note : The vote was to rule the bill inexpedient to legislate, so a "Yea" vote is a vote to kill the bill.
Thursday May 23
N.H. News Roundup: Morgan Andrews is tops - " again, Ken Burns loves New Hampshire
Morgan Andrews of Milford High School, holds the trophy during a press conference after being named the 2012-13 Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year, Wednesday, May 22, 2013 in Milford, N.H. NO SALES Morgan Andrews, right, of Milford High School, is surprised with the 2012-13 Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year trophy by ... (more)
Mind your (flea-market) manners
Part-time musician and flea-market dealer Lowell Keith of Wareham, Mass., shows off a vintage bass at Shirley's Flea Market in Hollis.
NH vote nears on expansion of Medicaid
Health and Human Services officials urged the committee to expand the program, which would add about 58,000 people to the rolls of the state-federal health insurance program.
Executive Council rejects Pan Am bid for state-owned railroad track
Councilor Chris Sununu, R-District 3, accused the three-member majority of "trying to play favorites," in a reference to State Rep.
With Wilkins Lumber land sale, the future is clear for 500 acres in Amherst, Mont Vernon
For eight generations members of the Wilkins family have harvested local timber to feed their sawmill in Milford.
Life saving, life changing: Milford students were Hampton beach heroes
Andrew Myers and Molly Mendola in 2012 helped save swimmers caught in a rip current at Hampton Beach last May.