Wednesday Apr 9
Extreme skier OK after fall on Mount Adams
Patrick Luk is bloodied and bruised but not bowed or broken, despite tumbling hundreds of feet down a steep gully on Mount Adams.
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Tue Apr 08, 2014
Right to use drone technology debated over issues of privacy by NH Senate committee
The use of camera-equipped drones would be restricted under House Bill 1620, which is before the Senate Judiciary Committee after being passed overwhelmingly by the House.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
New Manchester police officers have experience on their side
Paula O'Meara pins a Manchester police badge on her son, Kevin, Monday while Police Chief David O'Mara looks on.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Heroin has - corrosive effect' in New Hampshire
A narcotic substance believed to be heroin is tested at the New Hampshire State Police Forensics Lab in Concord on Friday April 4, 2014.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Raising fish hooks Weare kids on learning
Ali Burkhamer, 12, tests the temperature of the water where 230 trout eggs are getting ready to hatch in the tank at Weare Middle School.
Pats Peak Snowmobile Hill Climb Scheduled for April 5th
Pats Peak, New Hampshire's premier snowsports destination, is hosting the fifth annual New Hampshire Snowmobile Hill Climb Challenge in conjunction with the Weare Winter Wanderers Snowmobile Club on Saturday, April 5, 2014.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Looking Back with Aurore Eaton: Saxie Pike's glorious life unfolds in the public eye
On Friday, September 4, 1857, newspaper dispatches from Worcester, Massachusetts, reported, "The fireman's grand muster came off in this city today.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
A one-day outing to snowmobile races
It's time to add the annual New Hampshire Snowmobile Hill Climb Challenge to your date book for Saturday, April 5. That's just around the corner and the multi-event day is an occasion to get outside and do something different.
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N.H. House Votes To Expand Medicaid
The New Hampshire House has voted 202-132 to expand Medicaid to cover an estimated 50,000 low-income adults under the Affordable Care Act.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
House approves funding for mental health settlement
The money to fund a settlement between the state, federal government and citizens in the state's mental health system was approved by the House Thursday, 173-125.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
'Root Children' gather in Concord for Petit Papillion Ballet Theatre show
Patricia Walker and Kelly Doremus Stuart handled choreography for the performance, which is set to modern and new-age music.
House votes to restore $7 million in cut funding to state HHS
CONCORD The House Wednesday passed legislation that would restore $7 million in budget cuts imposed last year on the state Department of Health and Human Services to avoid what proponents called "draconian cuts," and send the remainder of a $15.3 million surplus to the "Rainy Day Fund."