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46 min ago | Nashua Telegraph
Former University of New Hampshire women's hockey coach Brian McCloskey has been charged with assault in an encounter during a game last year.
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2 hrs ago | Media Matters for America
Fox News chief political correspondent Carl Cameron will speak at a fundraiser benefiting a group run by former Republican Party officials and linked to controversial industrialists Charles and David Koch.
7 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
Four hospitals in New Hampshire's North Country are working together to create a coordinated health care network that could improve quality and lower costs.
After a decade ranked as the best state in the country to raise a child, New Hampshire slipped to fourth place in the 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book released Tuesday.
Are you READY FOR HILLARY? I'm a Democrat, and the 2016 New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary promises to be a monumental bore unless the pusillanimous progressives can actual get off their posteriors and get a genuine populist like Elizabeth Warren to take on the Wall St. Establishment's handmaiden.
Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, Conway Police Chief Edward Wagner, New Hampshire State Police Colonel Robert Quinn and FBI Supervisory Senior Resident Agent in Charge William Scott O'Donnell are pleased to announce that Abigail Hernandez was safely reunited with her family yesterday evening.
A senior housing development in Keene, a walking trail in Salem, and a church-turned-art lab in Manchester are among the 14 New Hampshire nonprofits that have been awarded nearly $6 million in state tax credits.
PEMBROKE, N.H. July 18, 2014; NACS online reported that Clean Energy Fuels cut the ribbon this week on a first-of-its kind natural gas fueling station in Pembroke, New Hampshire, and officials at the ceremony touted the economic and environmental benefit the facility brings to the region, according to a report in the New Hampshire Union Leader.
LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Jeans Playhouse 7/9-7/26/2014 This comedy horror rock musical is delicious and silly, despite the grim name.
Created in 2007, the Deployment Cycle Support Care Coordination Program has been widely praised for helping nearly 3,000 individuals with suicide prevention, mental health care, employment and housing.
Musicians accustomed to performing in front of thousands of people follow a simple plan: Play to the fans in the first 10 rows, acknowledge the ones sitting in the cheap seats.
Officers from the New Hampshire Liquor Commission's Division of Enforcement dressed in "beach attire" Saturday to go undercover and helped local police cite 13 people for drinking alcoholic beverages on Wallis Sands Beach, said Rye Police Chief Kevin Walsh.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown continues to struggle in his quest to unseat Jeanne Shaheen as the latest UNH/WMUR Granite State Poll shows Shaheen, the incumbent, with a 12-point lead over her likely Republican rival.
This week, Senator Jeanne Shaheen held an event at the Concord City Auditorium. It was, according to her press release, to "discuss the difference she makes for veterans" and "call for passage of the Veterans' Access to Care through Choice, Accountability, and Transparency Act."
Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown, of Rye, says repealing the Affordable Care Act can be done as he's hopeful enough Democratic senators will come to realize the health care mandate is crippling the nation's economic recovery.
There's a longstanding joke that says anyone who pulls up to a stoplight in New Hampshire with their windows open in the fall risks having people throw zucchini into their back seat, so ubiquitous is that squash and so eager are gardeners to rid themselves of it.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:47 am
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