NH Supreme Court upholds dismissal of O'Brien suit vs NHDP over 'robocalls'
The state Supreme Court has upheld a lower court's dismissal of former House Speaker William O'Brien's lawsuit against the state Democratic Party over its "robo-calls" jabbing O'Brien in a 2010 primary election campaign.In a decision issued Friday, the court ruled 4-0 that a Superior Court judge was correct when he decided just more than a year ago ... (more)
Merrimack day care worker charged with being drunk on the job
Casey Hobbs Lever, 29, of 23-B Styles Road, New Boston, is accused of endangering the welfare of four children in connection with the incident.
New Boston child care worker facing DWI, other charges, after arrest with child in car
Police said Casey H. Lever, 29, was reported by a local business as being intoxicated and driving away while with a child.
Crotched Mountain honors its farming roots with tree farm honor
Jon Nute, at left, Hillsborough County forester for University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, presented the 2013 Hillsborough County Tree Farm of the Year Award to Crotched Mountain Foundation Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Redmond and Bob Todd, of Todd Land Use Consultants of New Boston, who serves as the ... (more)
'Life begins at conception' bill sparks emotional, philosophical debate at NH State House
CONCORD Legislation addressing the age-old question of when life begins brought the staunchest advocates on either side of the abortion issue question to a New Hampshire House committee public hearing Thursday.
After latest snow storm, warmer days finally ahead
More snow is ahead for residents of northern New England a day after a fast-moving storm dumped about a foot on many communities, but rain and warmer temperatures could present problems in other states.
Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: It takes a real hawkeye to figure out the species
A red-tailed hawk, readily identifiable as the only one with a solid red tail, takes stock of his surroundings at the Massabesic Audubon Center in Auburn recently.
Group makes Lyndeborough more accessible, one trail at a time
For the Lyndeborough Trails Association, building bridges isn't a metaphor, it's just part of a good day's work.