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Byline: The Associated Press

BOSTON — Volunteers using yellow paint filled in a Black Lives Matter street mural on Sunday, a day after hundreds of people used the Fourth of...

CONCORD — When it comes to this fall’s elections, officials are worried about both safety and soggy ballots.The Secretary of State’s Office hosted...

CONCORD — A former student detailed her account of sexual assault in the 1990s at a New Hampshire boarding school in a recent Vanity Fair article...

CLAREMONT — A second person has been charged in connection with the drug overdose death of a Lebanon woman who was pregnant with twins, Claremont...

CONCORD — The southern half of New Hampshire is experiencing moderate drought conditions, prompting the state Department of Environmental Services...

Fund created to help self-employed in NH A fund has been created to help sole proprietors in New Hampshire experiencing hardship during the...

BENNINGTON, Vt. — A bronze sword is missing from the statue of a commander who helped win the Battle of Bennington during the Revolutionary War.The...

Reopening guidance for “the last hurdle” of New Hampshire’s businesses — amusement parks, movie theaters, performing arts centers and adult day...

Vt. Black Lives Matter mural vandalized

6/14/20

MONTPELIER — The vandalism of a Black Lives Matter mural that was painted on the street in front of Vermont’s statehouse is under investigation...

Dartmouth College requires face masks on campus

6/12/20

HANOVER — All employees and students who have been approved to be on campus at Dartmouth College are now required to wear cloth face coverings to...

Vermont and New Hampshire both will allow a return to indoor restaurant dining — with varying degrees of social distancing — in the coming days...

CONCORD — New Hampshire plans to start breaking down most of its “flex facilities” to handle hospital overflow for coronavirus cases starting next...

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