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The open enrollment period for Obamacare closes March 31, and the group helping Granite Staters learn more about available health insurance plans expects a late push for application assistance.
Tall tales, animal tales, short tales, family tales, funny tales, magic tales, nature tales - any kind of illustrated tale can be entered in the NHPTV-PBS KIDS WRITERS CONTEST sponsored by New Hampshire Public Television! This is the 20th year NHPTV has hosted a writing and illustrating contest for children.
There is a hint of light at the end of a two-year-long legal battle over waste-water treatment plant upgrades on the Great Bay.
New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley released the following statement on New Hampshire's continued economic rebound after the unemployment rate dropped below 5% yesterday.
As Republican Joe Kenney and Democrat Mike Cryans campaign through the Executive Council's District 1, they're hearing a similar message from constituents: "You've got big shoes to fill."
Alissa Tweedie, in her letter to the editor on Saturday, came out against the Common Core State Standards.
And some who come for all of those reasons want a greater hand in how government is run, as the town of Bedford is learning firsthand.
The University of New Hampshire Police Department and a representative of the administration will hold a press conference today at 4 p.m. on the Durham campus to discuss the ongoing investigation of a recently terminated athletics department staff member.
Using the latest results from the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems , also known as the HCAHPS Survey, GoLocal has created a ranking of New England's Best Hospitals Rated by Patients.
The $134 million all-cash deal will take an estimated six to seven months to gain the necessary banking and regulatory approvals before Eastern Bank can put its name on seven Centrix locations around New Hampshire, stretching from Milford to Portsmouth, officials said.
John DiStaso, the New Hampshire Union Leader's senior political writer, began writing "Granite Status" in 1982.
Today SB 207 - the Paycheck Fairness Act - passed out of the New Hampshire Senate Commerce Committee unanimously.
Even though North Conway has been a resort town since the nineteenth century and a ski resort since the 1930s, it still has the small town feeling that appeals to visitors.
The Patriot League announced its weekly awards for Feb. 24-March 2 in women's lacrosse, baseball and softball on Tuesday.
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