Free-market, New Hampshire conservatives from the grass roots to the corner office praised their Capitol Hill counterparts for blocking a U.S. House vote Thursday on repealing and replacing Obamacare.
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After slow population growth for the last five years, New Hampshire grew by nearly 4,700 people last year, the second-biggest jump in a six-year period and a near threefold increase over 2015, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Ward 6 Alderman Nick Pappas is resigning from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, effective March 31, after selling his Hermit Road home 'much quicker than expected.'
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Maybe the eight Portsmouth City councilors supporting a ban on plastic bags in the city would be willing to pay the city's legal bills when the ban is inevitably challenged in court.
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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes told reporters Wednesday that members of Donald Trump's presidential transition team 8212 and possibly Trump himself 8212 may have been caught up in surveillance during the last days of the Obama...
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State Senator Scott McGilvray has died. The Hooksett Democrat died Wednesday morning, though a cause is not yet clear. He announced last month he stepping away from his job as president of NEA-New Hampshire, the state's largest teachers union, citing...
3/22/2017
A former day care worker in Manchester has been charged with assaulting three infants. Police say they've arrested 32-year-old Chelsea Blais, who worked for the Alpha Bits Learning Center. On March 7, Manchester police started investigating allegations...
3/22/2017
Over the past few decades, birth rates across the world have been falling. Retirees are growing in number while the number of young working people is relatively flat. And that’s a problem if you need those workers to in some ways help pay for the rising...
3/21/2017
Voters will head to the polls Tuesday in more than a dozen New Hampshire communities that opted to postpone their local elections due to last week's nor’easter. Derry, Londonderry, Litchfield and Newfields are among the communities that chose not to hold...
3/21/2017
Five communities in New Hampshire's Seacoast have formed a campaign to provide energy efficiency and clean energy options at bulk discounts for homeowners and businesses. Participants in "Energize 360" will get a free site visit, a Home Heating Index...
3/21/2017
New Hampshire would face a higher burden of proof in terminating a parent's rights under a bill before a House committee. The House Judiciary Committee is holding a public hearing Tuesday that would require a court to find proof beyond a reasonable doubt...
3/21/2017
Those early hints of spring can call to a gardener like a siren song. Yet the urge to get one’s seeds into dirt can be dangerous: most seedlings won’t survive a single frost. To help with that, gardeners use 30-year averages that predict when the last...
3/20/2017
Among the groups in New Hampshire expressing concern over President Donald Trump’s proposed budget are local providers of the Meals on Wheels program. Meals on Wheels services are administered by local organizations all over the country and is not a...
3/20/2017
Portsmouth’s City Attorney is advising City Councilors not to pursue a ban on single-use plastic bags. It's the latest in what has been a persistent legal question about whether municipalities have the authority to enact such a ban.
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3/20/2017
Twenty-four towns may be receiving additional state education money under a bill before the House. Lawmakers are voting Thursday on legislation that would provide $9 million in back payments to the districts, who allege they were underpaid by the state...
3/20/2017
Toll booth workers could be a thing of the past under a bill before the New Hampshire House. The legislation would allow the state to implement all-electronic tolling at locations in Hooksett, Dover and Rochester. All of the locations currently have...
3/20/2017
New Hampshire's dairy farmers will soon be one step closer to getting financial relief. The House is taking up legislation Thursday to provide $2 million in relief payments to dairy farmers strained by last year's drought. The bill has already passed the...
3/20/2017
U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter is holding a roundtable discussion in Somersworth to highlight her opposition to proposed cuts to the Meals on Wheels program. The popular service that provides food to the elderly faces a sharp funding cut under President...
3/20/2017
The revitalized mill district in Manchester is becoming known as fertile ground for technology firms, and is now home to at least 30 tech company offices.
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3/14/2017