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Byline: By LEAH WILLINGHAM

Government and health care officials across the nation looking to obtain personal protective equipment say they’ve been forced to bypass...

Swimmers wading in the ocean under the watchful eye of lifeguards wearing face masks. Empty stretches of sand where beach chairs and towels used to...

WILMOT, N.H. — The new owners of former poet laureate Donald Hall’s family home in Wilmot plan to turn it into the site of a nonprofit writing...

CONCORD — Caroline Dillon could tell she was making people uncomfortable.The 18-year-old knew it when she saw lawmakers, most of them men, dance...

The towering metal chairs on Weirs Beach in Laconia have sat empty since the waterfront opened in late June. Signs drilled to the back of chairs...

CONCORD — Desma Oakes learned to ride a motorcycle after overcoming several tragedies in life. Now, her family is coming to terms with her death in...

Across New England, the homes of famous writers, particularly poets, have been preserved. Robert Frost and Emily Dickinson are just the most...

The Rev. Jason Wells’s hands were shaking from the cold Friday morning as he tried repeatedly pushing down on his lighter’s igniter to make a flame...

It’s not always easy for people to admit they’ve been having suicidal thoughts — especially to those closest to them.“When you mention it to family...

CONCORD — New Hampshire’s child advocate has opened a review into the Division for Children, Youth and Families’ response to babies born exposed to...

Some students’ parents can afford to buy them tampons and pads to bring to school.Others have to either miss school because of their monthly...

Darlene Pawlik stole cars when she was a teenager. She sold drugs. She broke into liquor stores. “As a 14- and 15-year-old little girl, I was...

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