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Byline: By David Brooks

CONCORD — New Hampshire is returning to some semblance of normal life, but many things are going to be different.How many? At least 104 pages...

Timing, they say, is everything, and the timing of a push for broadband internet within New Hampshire Electric Cooperative couldn’t be much better....

Yet another New Hampshire tradition has been sidelined by COVID-19: holiday traffic predictions.“It would be very difficult for the division to...

Thirty-nine dams in New Hampshire are eligible for federal funding because they’re in poor shape and would create a “high hazard” if they failed...

NEW LONDON — The mail is taking a day or two longer to get to residents at Woodcrest Village these days, but it’s not the fault of the Postal...

Even as people hunker down indoors, New Hampshire’s outdoors still beckons and can be quite safe. Just don’t expect the buildings to be open.That...

CONCORD — Officials are wrestling with how to maintain open government, including the public’s right to know and participate, at a time when...

New Hampshire is waiting to receive test kits that will let the state know if the new coronavirus known as COVID-19 shows up in New Hampshire, a...

A warm winter that has reduced the cost of natural gas, the fuel that supplies half the region’s electricity, has allowed New Hampshire Electric...

Even as officials ramp up preparations for the day when Real IDs are required to board any airplane, some married women are still facing problems...

The operator of Dartmouth Coach will examine its longstanding policy of allowing warrantless searches of its buses by Border Patrol agents...

CONCORD — Concord Coach Lines will not change its policy of allowing Border Patrol agents to board its buses to conduct routine immigration checks,...

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